Heroes in Reviewing Over-vaccination
The case against over-vaccinating has been made since the 1970s by the pioneer in this area, W. Jean Dodds, DVM.
In the 1990s Professors Ron Schultz and Tom Phillips, Scripps Research Institute and University of Wisconsin, and Professor Dennis Macy, Colorado State University, added further to the body of research and information.
Martin Goldstein, DVM, author of The Nature of Animal Healing (Knopf) is also a useful source.
Robert Rogers, DVM of Spring, Texas has extensive first-hand knowledge and experience with the vaccine controversy as a practicing veterinarian, in vet associations, and with regulatory organizations.
Catherine O'Driscoll, author of the international
book, What Vets Don't Tell About Vaccines (Applewood Publishing,
Derbyshire, United Kingdom ) is an invaluable source.