Doctor Faces Loss Of License For Exempting Injured Toddler In California From Compulsory Immunization


Dr. Bob Sears, a California pediatrician and known critic of compulsory immunization laws, faces the loss of his medical license after the state medical board accused him of improperly excusing a toddler from immunization. Dr. Sears is a very high profile pediatrician who has openly supported the Vaxxed movie and written several books on Autism and has openly supported a parent’s right to delay a child’s immunization schedule and exclude immunization, if necessary. From the story in the LA Times:


The Medical Board of California contends in legal documents released Thursday that Sears committed “gross negligence” and deviated from standard practice when he issued a letter in 2014 prescribing no more immunization for the child.

In the six-page accusation, the medical board faults Sears for failing to obtain a detailed history of a 2-year-old patient’s immunization before writing the letter and instead relying on the child’s mother, who described how the boy lost urinary function and went limp in response to previous immunizations. (Click to Article)

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