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... The environment we live in is already a disease vector... newborns are exposed to it from day one. Highly immunized children are as guilty as non immunized children in terms of contracted or possible even shedding the virus. ... (8 replies)
... The risk of serious problems from natural infections of those viruses or bacteria is orders of magnitude greater than the risk of serious problems from the vaccines against those viruses or bacteria. ... (8 replies)
... someone who received it straight into their blood stream, whether it was an adult or a child. Polio doesn't just sit in a gutter for some kid to catch when they are splashing in puddles, and they most likely didn't contract it from a pet dog when they were playing with it. ... (20 replies)

Jul 5, 2005
... You must do your research. Most of the info is for vaccination, you will have to look a little harder to find info about the bad things. I have 3 kids and none of them have received any vaccinations. ... (14 replies)
... n't suspected of being damaged by vaccines. I have a child that was. He has not been officially diagnosed with anything because he is only 6...but, let me tell you that the last 4 years have been hell. ... (63 replies)
... I think you nailed the central portion to this debate. ... (49 replies)
... Robert F. Kennedy Jr. wrote a very good article you can find it at thenhf. ... (5 replies)
... I think it is about maternal instinct, freedom of information, weighing risks, it is like you go through pregnancy doing everything right to ensure a healthy child and with one shot it could all change the well being of your child and you don't find out till later how much it has affected him/her because they cannot voice what they are going through because they are... (22 replies)
... polio and read about people who are suffering from these terrible diseases and then i have to ask myself would i want my child to go through that? ... (22 replies)
... If i may......the best way to treat a potential tetanus infection is letting it bleed, then washing the wound and applying antibiotics designed for puncture wounds. It takes several weeks for the teanus spores to germinate, so no rush. ... (14 replies)
Pandora's Box
Jan 12, 2004
... knock on wood that they come up with a new immunization method like that nose thing they are starting to do with the flu. ... (8 replies)
... I disagree! I think that since most people do not report their bad reactions (and there are ALOT out there, most just don't know to report it) from all the chemicals being injected into them is the reason this crap stays out in the public. (14 replies)
... buted to my problems. Although my mother thought at the time she was doing what was in my best interest, in retrospect, she said she has a new found appreciation for her mother who did not allow her to be vaccinated. So, I am not trying to sway anyones opinion. ... (9 replies)
... you should keep in mind that while some people experience adverse reactions to vaccines, a lot of us don't have really bad reactions to this "garbage". that's why they keep giving it to people. there are also people out there who have severe allergic reactions to codeine or certain antibiotics. ... (14 replies)
... I actually had chicken pox, rubella and mumps. However, the only vaccine I did have was the measles vaccine and I had such as bad reaction to this, that it was as if I had had measles itself. ... (7 replies)
Feb 6, 2004
... I use more attitude than explanation. It seems to leave the least amount of room for argument or degredation. ... (3 replies)

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