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Thanks for sharing with us your keen (as usual) insights. I agree that we have to take this on one person at a time. Even if folks are not convinced to see things m y way, at least I will know that we have done our best to present appropriate information, and access to vetted additional info on the web or elsewhere. My major worry with all this is how trustworthy the average primary care provider is. I wish for all docs to be truthful, transparent and open to discussion. There is not ONE right way to accomplish anything in healthcare, although there are some "best practices" and certainly there are some very clear "wrong" ways. I just want to start a dialog with parents so that we can continue that, and they can have the information they need to make the best possible decisions on behalf of their infant or child.

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