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Doctors "fire" patients who refuse vaccines for their children: Ethical?

There are 29 comments on the CBS News story from Feb 16, 2012, titled Doctors "fire" patients who refuse vaccines for their children: Ethical?. In it, CBS News reports that:

That's the extreme step some pediatricians are taking when it comes to dealing with parents who won't get their children vaccinated over concerns the injections cause autism or other side effects.

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#30 Feb 22, 2012
Not that 17 years rant again.
You only find what you want to find, and call everything else garbage. And as we can see, you said it was garbage again. And just where do you think anti vaxxers get their info?? "garbage science" and corrupt media, but of course to you that's acceptable (you post enough spam to demonstrate the comparison) for anti vaxxers, but any other science and media is corrupt.

Vioxx is off topic and proves nothing towards the autism topic.

Nice try.

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#32 Feb 22, 2012
You've already pre-decided they were garbage in comment # 29. It's odd that in 17 years you never could locate any of them. Time to use a new browser. I hear the new anti-anti vaxxer browser is a good choice.

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#34 Feb 22, 2012
Nice childish reply. I knew you weren't serious.
DUH MOMENT

Winnipeg, Canada

#36 Mar 22, 2012
friend is talking to herself again. Post after post arguing with some invisible foe. Must be vaccine damaged.

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#37 Mar 22, 2012
Sorry, it's pretty clear to anyone posts have been removed. Obviously my posts weren't any deleted.
HUH

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#38 Mar 23, 2012
MATL-BCBA wrote:
Speaking as a non medical professional whose father is an MD, I can only point out that I have been told it would be unethical and improper (against insurance requirements and hospital policy) for a doctor to continue to serve a client who will not follow medical advice.
Personal views on vaccination aside, I think the cited case above is a bit more extreme then a patient going off medication when they have lupis or some other terminal illness. I can however understand a doctors trepidation and preference to transfer someone to another doctors case load, especially to a doctor with specialist training to recognized early symptoms of some of the often terminal and or degenerative illnesses that the vaccines are designed to prevent.
What vaccines are for terminal and degenerative illnesses? Sounds like B.S. to me.
HUH

Winnipeg, Canada

#39 Mar 23, 2012
friend wrote:
Sorry, it's pretty clear to anyone posts have been removed. Obviously my posts weren't any deleted.
They left yours as evidence of bad examples.
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#41 Mar 23, 2013
MATL-BCBA wrote:
Speaking as a non medical professional whose father is an MD, I can only point out that I have been told it would be unethical and improper (against insurance requirements and hospital policy) for a doctor to continue to serve a client who will not follow medical advice.
Personal views on vaccination aside, I think the cited case above is a bit more extreme then a patient going off medication when they have lupis or some other terminal illness. I can however understand a doctors trepidation and preference to transfer someone to another doctors case load, especially to a doctor with specialist training to recognized early symptoms of some of the often terminal and or degenerative illnesses that the vaccines are designed to prevent.
Medical advise is questionable considering various mind drugs and the Statin drugs and other medical advice to take these dangerous medications prescribed by a doctor who is under the influence of the educational requirements given by the pharmaceutical industry.
Starts With Vaccines

Winnipeg, Canada

#42 Mar 24, 2013
HumanSpirit wrote:
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Medical advise is questionable considering various mind drugs and the Statin drugs and other medical advice to take these dangerous medications prescribed by a doctor who is under the influence of the educational requirements given by the pharmaceutical industry.
Its not advise at all. They PRACTICE medicine meaning its all experimental. As with many experiments there are victims and collateral damage. Researchers are cold blooded killers and sociopaths who shrug shoulders over the maiming and death caused by faulty fraudulent products. Government and law enforcement aid them by protecting them. You saw no MERCK employee or owner facing prison after killing estimates of 50,000 to 250,000 and seriously injuring 169,000 consumers of VIOXX. That is all the proof needed in a nut shell.

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