posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 12:29 AM
reply to post by marg6043
well, the reason they say caregivers (or those adults who will be exposed to children or babies) is because vaccines wear off and if an adult gets it
(not serious) they can give it to a baby under 1 year, (can be serious)
not all babies die from it.
its mostly the young, young babies. as a poster above said, the baby they knew that died from it was in the process of being vaccinated for it...seems
like maybe the baby shouldn't have gotten it, if vaccines work? i dunno.
my son had a very, very serious reaction to the DTAP vaccine...
i would honestly be more okay with a child dying of natural causes (preventable or otherwise) than because i gave him a shot "just in case" he got
something that had a slim chance of him dying in the first place. :/
its all to get people to vaccinate...which obviously doesn't fully protect everyone, and definitely not forever. definitely a "conspiracy" if you
when my son was 2 he actually got whooping cough a year after his last vaccine he had already gotten vaccinated for Dtap (and reacted to the shot to
some degree every time he got one of those)
and...he was sick, like any child gets sick, and got over it...like most children have and will.
[edit on 6/24/2010 by double_frick]