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What happens if parents cannot agree as to whether their child should be vaccinated?

Date:8 NOV 2018
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There are wide-ranging opinions regarding the benefits and risks associated with vaccinations, as well as a considerable amount of research and academic opinion. But what happens if two parents disagree as to whether their child should be vaccinated? The recent case of Re B (A Child: Immunisation) [2018] EWFC 56 provides insight into the court’s approach towards such cases.

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