Top 5 fears about vaccines

Jan 20, 2014 Full story: Ledger-Enquirer.com 65

You've got to admit - getting your baby vaccinated can seem pretty scary. But Michael T. Brady, chairman of the American Academy of Pediatrics' Committee on Infectious Diseases and chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, eases our fears.

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Garbage

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Jan 20, 2014
For stupid people to read.

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#2 Jan 21, 2014
Only an anti vaxxer would call people stupid and deny the evidence.
stupid friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Jan 21, 2014
friend wrote:
Only an anti vaxxer would call people stupid and deny the evidence.
only a stupid person promotes lies and garbage journalism

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#4 Jan 22, 2014

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#5 Jan 22, 2014
People that don't vaccinate their kids, are STUPID! Wanna talk denial, it's people that don't vaccinate that are paranoid, and in denial about that!

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#6 Jan 22, 2014
Immunization protects future generations. Vaccines have reduced and, in some cases, eliminated many diseases that killed or severely disabled people just a few generations ago. For example, smallpox vaccination eradicated that disease worldwide. Your children donít have to get smallpox shots anymore because the disease no longer exists. By vaccinating children against rubella (German measles), the risk that pregnant women will pass this virus on to their fetus or newborn has been dramatically decreased, and birth defects associated with that virus no longer are seen in the United States. If we continue vaccinating now, and vaccinating completely, parents in the future may be able to trust that some diseases of today will no longer be around to harm their children in the future

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#9 Jan 22, 2014
Bogus Vaccine

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Jan 22, 2014
R C Honey wrote:
Immunization protects future generations. Vaccines have reduced and, in some cases, eliminated many diseases that killed or severely disabled people just a few generations ago. For example, smallpox vaccination eradicated that disease worldwide. Your children donít have to get smallpox shots anymore because the disease no longer exists. By vaccinating children against rubella (German measles), the risk that pregnant women will pass this virus on to their fetus or newborn has been dramatically decreased, and birth defects associated with that virus no longer are seen in the United States. If we continue vaccinating now, and vaccinating completely, parents in the future may be able to trust that some diseases of today will no longer be around to harm their children in the future
Where's you info on adverse effects including death? Explain why the industry was being litigated out of business before governments promised to protect them by setting up compensation plans. Of course a one sided argument makes you look or feel right, but the real world of vaccines isn't the perfect package you claim it is.

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#11 Jan 22, 2014
No one claimed a 'perfect package'. There is nothing perfect in the world, including medicine and vaccines for 100 percent of the population. Hello. If it was a perfect world, attorney's would be no more. Many aspects of life has compenation as well. Car insurance, mal practice and so on. That argument makes an anti vaxxer look stupid, and provides no evidence to back up their unfounded claims.
friendisms

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Jan 22, 2014
friend wrote:
No one claimed a 'perfect package'. There is nothing perfect in the world, including medicine and vaccines for 100 percent of the population. Hello. If it was a perfect world, attorney's would be no more. Many aspects of life has compenation as well. Car insurance, mal practice and so on. That argument makes an anti vaxxer look stupid, and provides no evidence to back up their unfounded claims.
only a pro-vac Neanderthal maintains there is no evidence, and that type isn't worth listening to because they are promoting lies and misinfo. Saying car insurance means its ok to damaged babies shows a sick mind, likely sociopathic in nature, and requiring pharmaceutical intervention unfortunately.

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#13 Jan 22, 2014
It's not what one maintains. You have no evidence, therefore there is none. Obviously the comparison is over your comprehension level to understand which more shows you're the only sociopath here.

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#14 Jan 22, 2014
friendisms wrote:
<quoted text> only a pro-vac Neanderthal maintains there is no evidence, and that type isn't worth listening to because they are promoting lies and misinfo. Saying car insurance means its ok to damaged babies shows a sick mind, likely sociopathic in nature, and requiring pharmaceutical intervention unfortunately.
By vaccinating children against rubella (German measles), the risk that pregnant women will pass this virus on to their fetus or newborn has been dramatically decreased, and birth defects associated with that virus no longer are seen in the United States.

Thanks to people educated enough to vaccinate!

And should it ever make a comeback because of moron's stupid paranoia, I just pray that my daughter's pregnancy/ newborn isn't going to be affected!

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#15 Jan 22, 2014
Has there been a vaccine for Jenny McCarthism yet?

How about a "paranoid" vaccine?

Is a "plain stupidity" vaccine been invented yet?

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#16 Jan 22, 2014
friendisms wrote:
<quoted text> only a pro-vac Neanderthal maintains there is no evidence, and that type isn't worth listening to because they are promoting lies and misinfo. Saying car insurance means its ok to damaged babies shows a sick mind, likely sociopathic in nature, and requiring pharmaceutical intervention unfortunately.
Next you'll be asking for proof in science or to prove a negative!

I'll wait....

(I mean, screw the stats, right?)

A seat belt in a car may cause death.. okay okay, we get that, but how many lives has seat belts saved?(way off stats, but the point is the same)

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#17 Jan 22, 2014
friendisms wrote:
<quoted text> only a pro-vac Neanderthal maintains there is no evidence, and that type isn't worth listening to because they are promoting lies and misinfo. Saying car insurance means its ok to damaged babies shows a sick mind, likely sociopathic in nature, and requiring pharmaceutical intervention unfortunately.
okay,, you got pro-vac Neanderthal to car insurance is okay to damage babies, and they're sociopaths in nature.... OMG how is your mind able to skip like that?

Let me guess, you're autistic, and have been brainwashed with that disease "Jenny McCarthism" or someone very close to you has it, which means you have no where to turn, except to blame the vaccines. okay,,,, you go Winterpegian! Go clear your mind with your cold weather,,, take a walk in Osborne Village or something. Sorry if that's all you have. You had to jump on the band wagon because 'genes' just wasn't enough for ya....
DUH IM R C Honey

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Jan 23, 2014
R C Honey wrote:
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okay,, you got pro-vac Neanderthal to car insurance is okay to damage babies, and they're sociopaths in nature.... OMG how is your mind able to skip like that?
Let me guess, you're autistic, and have been brainwashed with that disease "Jenny McCarthism" or someone very close to you has it, which means you have no where to turn, except to blame the vaccines. okay,,,, you go Winterpegian! Go clear your mind with your cold weather,,, take a walk in Osborne Village or something. Sorry if that's all you have. You had to jump on the band wagon because 'genes' just wasn't enough for ya....
What an idiot. What are you on or not taking that you should?

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#19 Jan 23, 2014
R C Honey wrote:
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okay,, you got pro-vac Neanderthal to car insurance is okay to damage babies, and they're sociopaths in nature.... OMG how is your mind able to skip like that?
Let me guess, you're autistic, and have been brainwashed with that disease "Jenny McCarthism" or someone very close to you has it, which means you have no where to turn, except to blame the vaccines. okay,,,, you go Winterpegian! Go clear your mind with your cold weather,,, take a walk in Osborne Village or something. Sorry if that's all you have. You had to jump on the band wagon because 'genes' just wasn't enough for ya....
You amazingly pegged that correctly.
Sam

Montrťal, Canada

#20 Jan 23, 2014
Brainwashing public to dismay vaccines side-effects Not surprised. The guy is the boss of the organization which claimed Andrew wakefield was a fraud and no link between vaccines and autism.

But it is well established vaccines link to autism and all parents report and history of kids regressing after vaccination, no one need any more proof.

Only fools and with $$$interest in pharam going to oppose that

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