Monthly, we have five boys scheduled for vaccination. If only we would compute the money we’ve invested on those vials and booster shots, we might have purchased a brand new car already. Only that we prefer to secure the kids’ safety against vaccine-preventable illnesses. Thus, we take a more proactive approach and invest highly in their vaccine.
“Prevention is always better than cure, especially if the cure is not always available.” I believe in this same line of Dr. May Montellano. She is the sole guest speaker at Mom Protect talk I recently attended.