Op-Ed: In the Great Vaccine Debate, Parents' Fears Should be Respected
Vaccines, once the savior of an entire generation, have become a hotly contested issue in American culture, and fears that they might cause autism have dominated parents' discussions about vaccines for more than a decade.
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#1 Sep 6, 2012
Parents get blamed even though Pharma, government health agencies like FDA and CDC and mainstream medicine put parents in the position to risk their child's health and life when taking a faulty, fraudulent product. Lying to parents won't solve the vaccine safety issue, and parents shouldn't have to fear the benefits DO NOT outweigh the risks. But thats what is expected of them.
#2 Sep 10, 2012
you are wise my friend
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