Most parents trust doctors on vaccine safety information

04/3/2011 | United Press International

A study of 1,552 parents with children ages 17 and below found 76% said they trust their child's doctor with regard to vaccine information, while 26% trusted other health care providers and 23% trusted government officials. The study in Pediatrics also found that compared with fathers, mothers were more likely to say they somewhat or greatly trust information from other parents whose child has allegedly been harmed by vaccines.

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