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The Trouble With Vaccines… and What You Can Do About It

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 21:49
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March 30th, 2017

By Lucy Morales

Guest writer for Wake Up World

Can we suspend our emotions and preconceptions, and have an honest, evidence-based conversation about the pros and cons of vaccine safety?

An argument is raging across this country, and it’s going to get worse before it gets better. Parents and grandparents are up in arms fighting with each other, their friends, doctors, and even legislators. It’s a subject so controversial that, for some, it eclipses the recent U.S. elections, our economy, and the healthcare debate itself, and threatens the reputation of any public figure who broaches the subject.

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What is this new “third rail?” Vaccine safety and increasing numbers of adverse reactions in children. Medical doctors are increasingly being confronted with parents who want to diverge from the vaccine protocol recommended by government, preferring to vaccinate selectively or, sometimes, not at all. And they’re asking the questions:

How do I know for sure that vaccines are safe for my child? Is my child at high risk of having a bad reaction? How often should we administer vaccines? Can we space them out? How may vaccines are really necessary? Should we vaccinate at all? Are there alternatives? Are we doing more harm than good in the long term? And a whole lot more…


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