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    Old 02-13-2006, 07:08 PM   #61
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    Re: arguments about safety of vaccines

    yes. thank goodness for herd immunity.

     
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    Old 02-14-2006, 06:51 PM   #62
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    Re: arguments about safety of vaccines

    Thank God... I was begining to think no one else was on the pro-vaccine side

     
    Old 02-15-2006, 11:22 AM   #63
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    Re: arguments about safety of vaccines

    To me the saddest part of this arguement comes from who gets hurt. Almost all of the parents who sit here and rant and rave about the evils of vaccination are not at risk (they were most likely vaccinated against the worst things when they were young). All of these chiropractors and naturopaths that beat us with unsupported arguements were also likewise vaccinated as youths. The people who are endangered in this debate are the children, the people who have no say. I have seen firsthand what many of these diseases will do to children (usually do to the "well-meaning" decision of their parents) and I will be keeping that vaccination schedule when we have children.

     
    Old 02-15-2006, 03:53 PM   #64
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    Re: arguments about safety of vaccines

    What about the children who are "hurt" because of an adverse vaccine reaction? Do you just dismiss it an say "oh, well, it's for the greater good." I don't think the parents of these kids would agree. If and when you do have children, I hope that they will not suffer any damage from the vaccines, short or long term.

     
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