Dr. Offit has gone on record stating that he believes a baby can handle as many as 10,000 vaccines during infancy.
Really? Why can’t we just admit that we’re all different? Why can’t we just admit that what’s good for one person might not be good for another?
At one time the MMR vaccine contained enough egg protein that children allergic to eggs were advised not to get the vaccine. So, no, those children could not handle 10,000 vaccines during infancy if one of those was the MMR vaccine.
It appears that the MMR no longer contains enough egg protein to be a problem to those allergic to eggs but the flu vaccine does. Beware!