What do you do when a client consistently refuses to take your advice? It’s a knotty problem for many lawyers as to whether they should keep those disagreeing clients and try to bring them around or simply dump them. This article, Feuding Over Vaccines, (Sandra G. Boodman, Washington Post, November 8, 2005) discusses how pediatricians are dealing with the same issue. According to the article, an increasing number of parents are refusing immunization for their children, citing risk of autism or other issues. At the same time, virtually all pediatricians strongly support immunization thus putting them at odds with patients who don’t. Some doctors feel so strongly about their position that they have dismissed patients whose parents refuse to have their children vaccinated. The article discusses the attendent ethical issues that a decision to dismiss a patient may raise (e.g., that the child will go without medical care) as well as ways to try to convince parents to take another approach.