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Comment #6949241 by Emo101

Emo101 Feb 13th 2018, 12:22 PM #

Hopefully the anti-vaccine idiots realize that this is down to their spreading misinformation and bad science. When you spread fear, you reap disease.

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    Favourite Ian Oh
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    Feb 14th 2018, 12:05 AM

    @Emo101: Fear mongering is well and truly covered by those pushing them. I’ve experienced it first hand. You cant have any discussion, except “without vaccines, your child will die”. You gotta wonder why. If people are searching for facts and information, there is no need to use fear in the debate, unless of course you have something to hide.

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    Favourite Walt Jabsco
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    Feb 14th 2018, 1:21 AM

    @Ian Oh:
    Because some unvaccinated kids die from preventable diseases maybe

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    Favourite Colie Mac
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    Feb 14th 2018, 3:29 PM

    @Walt Jabsco: Really Walt. How about the only study of it’s kind done shows that there’s an increased mortality rate of 500% of those kids who took the DTap vaccine vs the unvaccinated. So. Let’s just run through that again…only study ever done of vaccinated vs unvaccinated…. and there was a 500% increase of mortality in those that were vaccinated. So completely the opposite of what you are stating.

    http://www.ebiomedicine.com/article/S2352-3964(17)30046-4/fulltext

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    Favourite Walt Jabsco
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    Feb 15th 2018, 11:16 AM

    @Colie Mac:
    That is a very specific study looking at the age at which the vaccine was administered.
    Either way, how does it refute my point that unvaccinated kids can die from preventable diseases??
    Are you actually claiming that more kids die now from smallpox, measles etc. than died before widespread vaccination was introduced??

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