Six doctors who have administered vaccines in their practice answer one question. When you were in medical school, how much education regarding vaccines was provided before you were permitted to administer them? The only thing we learned in school was that there was a program today and that we should follow that vaccine program. As for the vaccine itself and the contents in the vaccines, no we didn’t study that. We assumed that what the pharmaceutical [companies], what they did and the CDC accepted, that that’s the way it is. We got a lot of microbiology, we learned about diseases, and we learned that vaccines were the solution to those diseases, what they say are “vaccine-preventable”… that’s certainly the term used in my world. But actually what was in the vaccines I don’t remember really learning anything.