This is my third post in this thread.<quoted text>
You did not answer my questions asked in my previous post. Until you do this, your comments are to be dismissed as furthering your own agenda.
WTH has respect for evidence--provide scientifically accptable evidence that vaccines are more harmful than good, then he and I might change our opinion. Because you do not understand the nature of scientific evidence it is you who are unshakeable in your faith. The evidence provided vby your claim about your nephew is anecdotal, and you have, not even shown that it was the vaccine (which one?) led to your nephews death--so your anecdote does not stand up to examination.
My first was a link to nearly 200 studies. I'm sure you've read them all by now, being a rocket scientist and all.
So, dismiss me, dismiss my nephew as "anecdotal" that's your prerogative.
You won't find his name on any federal report, my sibling accepted that medicine isn't perfect, sometimes things just happen.
Then the liability shield came along, the number of injuries began to pour into VAERS and computers in the home became common place.
Information is accessible today that parents didn't have in those days.
I saw the posts here, and WOW (who, I agree, needs to cut back on the caffeine) is correct, exemptions are available in Tennessee,this needs to be explained to people who don't know they have a choice.
Everyone has the right to decide, and if you have a history of autoimmune problems in your family, there are tough decisions to be made.
My eldest siblings have medical waivers, after what happened to their brother.
My children have had all their vaccines. That was my choice.
As it should be.