The Vaccine Talk with Drs. Jay Gordon and Lauren Feder on Saturday, June 23 in Los Angeles.
Saturday, June 23, 2012 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
Come join these nationally recognized doctors for a candid talk about vaccinations in the 21st century. Together they bring a wealth of experience in the field of holistic pediatrics and vaccine safety. This educational workshop is for parents and practitioners who are seeking optimal health for our children. In this workshop they will present information on vaccinations, and answer your questions on:
· Pros and cons of vaccines
· How vaccines work
· Vaccine ingredients
· Vaccination in the news (including California’s bill and exemptions)
· Overview of each vaccine/illness
· Safe Shot Strategy
BRING US YOUR QUESTIONS
Saturday June 23, 2012. 2:00- 5:00 pm in Los Angeles
Get your tickets now!
$30 per person if purchased online.
$40 per person at the door
Hancock Park area/Mid town section of Los Angeles, just one block west of Western, and north of 3rd Street.
238 S. Manhattan Place
Los Angeles, CA 90004
Lauren Feder, M.D. is a nationally recognized physician who specializes in primary care medicine, pediatrics and homeopathy. Known for her holistically minded approach and combining the ‘best of both worlds,’ Dr. Feder is a frequent lecturer for parents and professionals and has been seen nationally on various health-oriented television and radio programs including most recently on The Doctors, Oprah and Friends interviewed by Dr. Mehmet Oz. She is the president of the Holistic Pediatric Alliance, author of Natural Baby and Childcare and The Parents’ Concise Guide to Childhood Vaccinations, and is in private practice in Los Angeles. www.drfeder.com
Jay Gordon, M.D. is a nationally recognized pediatrician, nutritionist, lecturer, teacher, magazine columnist, and the author of numerous books including "Good Food Today, Great Kids Tomorrow," "Good Nights: Happy Parents' Guide to a Good Night's Sleep," "Listening to Your Baby" and "The ADD/ADHD Cure." Along with being the father of a wonderful college-age daughter, he considers among his greatest accomplishments his firing as a medical correspondent by all three major TV networks for "crimes" including on-air criticism of tobacco companies targeting children and of infant formula companies for discouraging breastfeeding (unfortunately the latter comments were live and immediately preceded a formula company commercial). http://drjaygordon.com/