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Make sense to me. This is obviously a community health problem and the degree to which other people are affected by other people's beliefe cannot be discounted. You def have a point.
Iftikhar ul Sami says
I agree with you, I just saw it in the news, that is why I like toaks it here.
Trudy Cooper says
Public schools are required by law to have proof of vaccination after X amount of days enrolled in school. It makes me wonder where this large group of kids that are not vaccinated is coming from.
Public schools also give medical, religious, and philosophical exemptions. It's not that hard to get around it.
Yup, you are exempted if you present proof of those.
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Rhonda Lytle says
There are vaccines which are really proven effective like polio and measles. Result of the eefect of other vaccines are inconclusive. Thank you.
The only people to link autism to vaccines are parents without medical degrees and one fraudulent doctor. Just so we're clear.
Having taught autistic children for over ten years, you are wrong. Too many only display symptoms on the spectrum after getting the shots. Funny how Bill Gate, a major proponent of them also believes in population control and squashes much evidence.
Uh, no. I'm not wrong. You're giving me anecdotal evidence which pretty much means squat if you want to actually *prove* something. I believe in scientific evidence.
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