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vaccine kid | CHOOSING NOT TO VACCINATE IS NATURE'S WAY OF SAYING WE MIGHT BE BETTER OFF WITHOUT YOU | image tagged in vaccine kid | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Har | VACCINES ARE SAFE THE MINUSCULE FRACTION OF THE POPULATION THAT HAS A BAD REACTION WOULD BE THE FIRST TO DIE IF THEY WERE EVER INFECTED WITH | image tagged in har | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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It's not the vaccines themselves that most people dislike, it's all the gunk that goes with them. They put mercury in many of them, and that's the most toxic of all non-radioactive elements.
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The amount of mercury in vaccines is tiny. I did work with vaccine injuries, there is no scientific evidence that any compound in any vaccine (except for the virus/pathogens in them) causes any injuries associated with vaccines. The autism link was absurd. The vaccines became safer and autism skyrocketed. I believe there is an environmental cause related to autism—but think about it. These are vaccines for deadly diseases. Some people are immune to some deadly diseases and some people are more succeptible to them. Those more susceptible people would die from a disease that can injure them with a vaccine. When a plague strikes, huge numbers of people die—but there’s always a number of people who either recover or that don’t get it. It’s nature. Some people have good immune systems and some don’t. Almost all vaccine injuries are immune system related. Since it is impossible to tell if a vaccine is defective or a person has a naturally compromised immune system, there is an injury fund. But there has never been evidence of toxic vaccines. But, yes, there have been defective batches and people have been injured, but the number is tiny.
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Okay, that's actually a lot of good information and reasoning. Personally, the thought of them still kinda sicks me out (especially since I've heard some of them include cells harvested from aborted children, although I have not confirmed that for myself). The concept of vaccination is a pretty good one, but I don't think I could bring myself to get one unless I was absolutely certain of all the ingredients in it.
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I hear you! And I can tell you what is known—there is evidence that indicates giving too many vaccinations together increased the number of vaccine injuries. Back when I was a kid, we got one at a time months to years apart. Once they started using things like proquad which is 4 vaccines in one, instead of the old MMR, which is only 3 — and giving the Proquad at the same time as one or two additional vaccines, the number of vaccine injuries INCREASED. Supposedly because it overtaxed little immune systems. However, because vaccine injuries are so rare to begin with, the official view is the increase is clinically insignificant. I still think spacing them out like they used to is better.
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Or vice versa.

https://needtoknow.news/2017/05/first-ever-peer-reviewed-study-vaccinated-vs-unvaccinated-children-shows-vaccinated-kids-higher-rate-sickness-470-increase-autism/

'Cuz of course there's no way big pharma funding would skew the medical dialogue with dishonest reasoning and every straw man argument in the book ::-/

There are plenty of competent MD's who even agree with the theory but still look at the evidence and know things are badly amiss.
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