Pro-vaccination campaigns have opposi...

Pro-vaccination campaigns have opposite effect, study claims

There are 4 comments on the Russia Taday story from Mar 4, 2014, titled Pro-vaccination campaigns have opposite effect, study claims. In it, Russia Taday reports that:

Parents who prefer not have their children vaccinated are posing a major health problem, researchers now say, but show little sign of changing ways.

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Provac PLOPAGANA

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Mar 4, 2014
No mention of vaccine injuries, deaths and vaccine caused illness. Just the fear based misinfo to mislead the public
Agnes

Decatur, GA

#2 Mar 18, 2014
Provac PLOPAGANA wrote:
No mention of vaccine injuries, deaths and vaccine caused illness. Just the fear based misinfo to mislead the public
Individual anecdotes about negative effects from vaccines are not representative of the ENTIRE population. 99.9% of the entire vaccinated population do not experience adverse effects. You're only talking about the 0.1% of those who do, and even fewer die from vaccine complications. Please do real research from peer-reviewed medical journals instead of relying on non-scientific websites to support your claims. Googling information on the internet and clicking on any old site does not equal real research. If anything, it's the anti-vaccine movement that's spreading misinformation to mislead the public, not the other way around. Read articles from PubMed, the American Journal of Medicine, NIH, CDC, and other CREDIBLE organizations who know how to do REAL science and mathematics. People like Jenny McCarthy are not doctors and haven't had any sort of medical or public health training to have a real say on the matter. So STOP LISTENING TO THESE PEOPLE AND GET YOUR INFORMATION FROM EXPERTS!!!! I cannot stress that enough. People's lives are at risk if enough people aren't vaccinated. Look up herd immunity (not it is not a scam, it's real). The last thing that needs to happen is that more people die from measles, mumps, rubella, whooping cough, etc. because of not being vaccinated. I realize that vaccines are not 100% effective (they are 90% effective), but evidence from numerous scientific studies have proven that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Mar 18, 2014
Agnes wrote:
<quoted text>
Individual anecdotes about negative effects from vaccines are not representative of the ENTIRE population. 99.9% of the entire vaccinated population do not experience adverse effects. You're only talking about the 0.1% of those who do, and even fewer die from vaccine complications. Please do real research from peer-reviewed medical journals instead of relying on non-scientific websites to support your claims. Googling information on the internet and clicking on any old site does not equal real research. If anything, it's the anti-vaccine movement that's spreading misinformation to mislead the public, not the other way around. Read articles from PubMed, the American Journal of Medicine, NIH, CDC, and other CREDIBLE organizations who know how to do REAL science and mathematics. People like Jenny McCarthy are not doctors and haven't had any sort of medical or public health training to have a real say on the matter. So STOP LISTENING TO THESE PEOPLE AND GET YOUR INFORMATION FROM EXPERTS!!!! I cannot stress that enough. People's lives are at risk if enough people aren't vaccinated. Look up herd immunity (not it is not a scam, it's real). The last thing that needs to happen is that more people die from measles, mumps, rubella, whooping cough, etc. because of not being vaccinated. I realize that vaccines are not 100% effective (they are 90% effective), but evidence from numerous scientific studies have proven that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks.
You method is what keeps the truth from being told, so no thanks.
ADVERSE REACTIONS

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Apr 23, 2014
Agnes wrote:
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Individual anecdotes about negative effects from vaccines are not representative of the ENTIRE population. 99.9% of the entire vaccinated population do not experience adverse effects. You're only talking about the 0.1% of those who do, and even fewer die from vaccine complications. Please do real research from peer-reviewed medical journals instead of relying on non-scientific websites to support your claims. Googling information on the internet and clicking on any old site does not equal real research. If anything, it's the anti-vaccine movement that's spreading misinformation to mislead the public, not the other way around. Read articles from PubMed, the American Journal of Medicine, NIH, CDC, and other CREDIBLE organizations who know how to do REAL science and mathematics. People like Jenny McCarthy are not doctors and haven't had any sort of medical or public health training to have a real say on the matter. So STOP LISTENING TO THESE PEOPLE AND GET YOUR INFORMATION FROM EXPERTS!!!! I cannot stress that enough. People's lives are at risk if enough people aren't vaccinated. Look up herd immunity (not it is not a scam, it's real). The last thing that needs to happen is that more people die from measles, mumps, rubella, whooping cough, etc. because of not being vaccinated. I realize that vaccines are not 100% effective (they are 90% effective), but evidence from numerous scientific studies have proven that the benefits of vaccination outweigh the risks.
Thanks DR DUH

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