Poole schools warn parents to make su...

Poole schools warn parents to make sure their children have MMR

There are 18 comments on the Bournemouth Echo story from Jun 5, 2013, titled Poole schools warn parents to make sure their children have MMR. In it, Bournemouth Echo reports that:

PARENTS in Poole are being urged to ensure their children have had two MMR jabs after measles outbreaks across the country.

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Trash Science

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Jun 5, 2013
Why are schools now vaccine pushers?

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#2 Jun 5, 2013
Ahhh, let's see. Schools is a place where many many kids are all at during one time??? Spreading germs??? If you just kept your kids at home no school would care.
friend IS Dumb

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Jun 5, 2013
friend wrote:
Ahhh, let's see. Schools is a place where many many kids are all at during one time??? Spreading germs??? If you just kept your kids at home no school would care.
So? Pushing vaccines IS NOT a school's mandate. And thanks for the typical fear mongering. Vaccinated kids are actually more prone to many forms of illness than unvaccinated.

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#4 Jun 5, 2013
Of course you have no proof of being prone to anything, vaccinated or not. And we already know the age groups who have the measles in the UK and they never had the MMR. It's not fear mongering, it's a fact that the measles is highly contagious and in over crowded schools just try not to spread your germs would be a neat trick.
DUH IM friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Jun 7, 2013
friend wrote:
Of course you have no proof of being prone to anything, vaccinated or not. And we already know the age groups who have the measles in the UK and they never had the MMR. It's not fear mongering, it's a fact that the measles is highly contagious and in over crowded schools just try not to spread your germs would be a neat trick.
No, what we know is that you think your opinion is in some way factual when its not. You make illogical and untruthful blanket statements and claims that are nonsense. If you EVER did any research you'd know vaccinated kids still get ill from viruses they are vaccinated for. But instead you post B.S and garbage while ignoring the real facts.

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#7 Jun 7, 2013
Nice try. What I say is not opinion, but facts. Anyone can get ill, vaccinated or not, but that's not what you claimed. The facts are, those who are spreading the measles are those age groups who did not get the MMR in the 1990's or the booster, and measles is viral which means contracting it is via airborne. Put a bunch of kids in a class, some contagious, the fact IS others will contract it.
DUH IM friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Jun 7, 2013
friend wrote:
Nice try. What I say is not opinion, but facts. Anyone can get ill, vaccinated or not, but that's not what you claimed. The facts are, those who are spreading the measles are those age groups who did not get the MMR in the 1990's or the booster, and measles is viral which means contracting it is via airborne. Put a bunch of kids in a class, some contagious, the fact IS others will contract it.
Where's your study or research or gold standard link? Look up what fact means, you don't seem to know.

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#9 Jun 7, 2013
I'm not the one claiming anything about vaccines, you are. So go right ahead and provide that gold standard link to a study or research to back it up.
ric13

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Jun 7, 2013
friend wrote:
I'm not the one claiming anything about vaccines, you are. So go right ahead and provide that gold standard link to a study or research to back it up.
Your the dumbo claiming ALL cases of measles are in the unvaccinated. Prove it.

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#11 Jun 7, 2013
I never once used the word 'all'. However, there's already been plenty of articles here describing who the majority are who are contracting the measles. Here's one for example-
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-22797919 #
"Measles vaccination rates across the UK fell in the late 1990s and early 2000s after now discredited claims of a link between the MMR jab and autism.
It led to a generation of school children who are vulnerable to the infection.
The catch-up campaign aims to immunise the third-of-a-million completely unprotected children aged 10 to 16 and a further 660,000 children who had only the first of two MMR jabs or are in different age groups."
Vaccines Cause ADHD

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Jun 8, 2013
friend wrote:
I never once used the word 'all'. However, there's already been plenty of articles here describing who the majority are who are contracting the measles. Here's one for example-
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-22797919 #
"Measles vaccination rates across the UK fell in the late 1990s and early 2000s after now discredited claims of a link between the MMR jab and autism.
It led to a generation of school children who are vulnerable to the infection.
The catch-up campaign aims to immunise the third-of-a-million completely unprotected children aged 10 to 16 and a further 660,000 children who had only the first of two MMR jabs or are in different age groups."
So the first and 2nd MMR jabs are useless. A 3rd is needed too. Shows it doesn't work and it wears off leading to outbreaks among the fully vaccinated. I wonder how many of the unprotected will be first tested for measle titers to see if they already are immune through their mother's blood and breast milk. Probably not. And all side effects and deaths will be called coincidences.
PHARMAGEDDON

Winnipeg, Canada

#14 Jun 9, 2013

Since: Apr 13

Casablanca, Morocco

#15 Jun 9, 2013
The best gift that any parent can give to his or her child is education. This is the key for a brighter future to any child. So try to ensure that you give your child the best you can, do not be fooled that education only begins at primary school level. Even early childhood education also plays a crucial role in the life of a child. This is like the foundation of a building and if not properly built, it may not be able to support the house for long.
Top tips: http://bit.ly/12A5I09

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#16 Jun 9, 2013
All anti vaxxer sites, 2 of which are dead links to nothing which is no problem since each site itself results in nothing of value and no evidence to back up their claims.

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#17 Jun 9, 2013
Some people cant read. The target children to be vaccinated are those who never had either the booster or didn't have an MMR at all, as a result of who?? Oh who could forget! Wakefield. Of course only an anti vaxxer would suggest a third vaccine when it's not the fully vaccinated majority who have the measles in the UK.

Also, one shouldn't speak if they don't know what they're talking about. Breast feeding doesn't prevent every thing. Back in the 1500's all they had was breast feeding, yet two thirds of the Cuban population died, including infants. In the 1800's a fifth of Hawaii's population died. The only reason why people don't die today is due to modern medicine and it's ability to prevent complications.
friend wrote:
I never once used the word 'all'. However, there's already been plenty of articles here describing who the majority are who are contracting the measles. Here's one for example-
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-22797919 #
"Measles vaccination rates across the UK fell in the late 1990s and early 2000s after now discredited claims of a link between the MMR jab and autism.
It led to a generation of school children who are vulnerable to the infection.
The catch-up campaign aims to immunise the third-of-a-million completely unprotected children aged 10 to 16 and a further 660,000 children who had only the first of two MMR jabs or are in different age groups."
PHARMAGEDDON

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Jun 9, 2013
friend wrote:
Some people cant read. The target children to be vaccinated are those who never had either the booster or didn't have an MMR at all, as a result of who?? Oh who could forget! Wakefield. Of course only an anti vaxxer would suggest a third vaccine when it's not the fully vaccinated majority who have the measles in the UK.
Also, one shouldn't speak if they don't know what they're talking about. Breast feeding doesn't prevent every thing. Back in the 1500's all they had was breast feeding, yet two thirds of the Cuban population died, including infants. In the 1800's a fifth of Hawaii's population died. The only reason why people don't die today is due to modern medicine and it's ability to prevent complications.
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Wakefield doesn't make decisions for parents, government does. That why most developed countries have vaccine injury compensation plans to compensate for serios vaccine reactions including death. Did Wakefield also force governments to set up these programs? Another Wakefield conspiracy Sherlock?

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#19 Jun 9, 2013
BAWAHAAAAAHAAAA! Good one!!!!!
PHARMAGEDDON

Winnipeg, Canada

#20 Jun 9, 2013
friend wrote:
BAWAHAAAAAHAAAA! Good one!!!!!
Translation: DUH

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