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Originally posted by Wildbob77
My niece is a doctor and one of the smartest people that I know.
She vaccinated her children.
Why would she do this if vaccines have been proven to be bad?
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Humans haven't needed vaccines for thousands of years.
There's no reason humans should depend on synthetic chemicals to be healthy.
I would rather trust in the strength of my own immune system than their flimsy vaccines.edit on 12-10-2011 by ChaoticOrder because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SavedOne
Originally posted by predator0187
I am very upset and unhappy that I was told I had to vaccinate my children just to prevent diseases that are not even prevalent in todays society.
And why exactly do you think that those diseases were predominant in the past, but are no longer prevalent? Even if that survey is accurate then it's saying that vaccinations "might" lead to an increase in allergies. One has to ask if a possible increase in allergies outweighs the risk of subjecting kids to smallpox and other deadly diseases, I would say yes. But I question the accuracy of the survey, it says "The data was collected from parents with vaccine-free children via an internet questionnaire by vaccineinjury.info and Andreas Bachmair, a German classical homeopathic practitioner" so these are not unbiased people that were surveyed. These are people inclined to believe all the conspiracies about the "evils" of vaccinations, so it's reasonable to assume that their biases altered their responses to the survey. It would be like surveying ATS members about 9-11 being a false flag operation versus surveying the general population, you're going to get vastly different results.