Have you been vaccinated for anything? (Page 5)

mirja
mirja: and i can find you a lot of links on the internet and lots of books about the topic....BUT ...i want to trust you using your own God given common sense instead. I trust you
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: I just got the flu shot today. It included spanish flu and swine flu I believe. So far no signs of autism.
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mirja
mirja:
WOW!! SUPER MOUSE!!
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mirja
mirja: and anyway ..you wont be knowing it yourself if you was
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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: To answer the original question, yes, I have been vaccinated; for Polio, Tuberculosis and Tetanus. Seems a lot of people are dead set against vaccines on health grounds but there's nothing healthy about catching something like tetanus or Polio. I guess you have to weigh up the risks and make your choice.
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mirja
mirja: i quess more people are dead set against not being vaccinated
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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: Perhaps they think it works.
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mirja
mirja: in so many things in life we just have to believe.. blindly...life itself is a big risk every day..
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: Vaccines help our bodies produce antibodies to fight off the virus if it is ever caught. No one is ever going to be catching polio, but maybe if someone works on a construction site or something they might catch tetanus. Did you know that FDR had polio? Everyone was afraid that you could catch in community swimming pools back then.
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: Scuba divers are recommended to stay up to date with vaccines for typhoid and tetanus for whatever reason.
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ghostgeek
ghostgeek: Makes sense.
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mirja
mirja: of course you should to stay up to date with all latest in medical field otherwise you die
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mirja
mirja: all the latest
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mirja
mirja: we should just forget ourselves yea ..cos thats docs job ;] that way we can be freed with things far more appealing ... such as being dynamic and successfull
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mirja
mirja: for ex...
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pilgrim12
pilgrim12: I'm in the military so all deploys to countries that have diseases we are given vaccines,Typhoid fever,Rabies,Yellow fever,Hep A and B thats asia ,middle east is Malaria,Cholera,Africa to many to mention.
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: I was reading that in 2009 there was still polio in India. There's treatment for most of these diseases and vaccines available, but not enough staff or supplies in poorer countries. Good news! You can donate to organizations like Doctors without Borders to try and help out.
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mirja
mirja: you can help the poor to get food instead
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mirja
mirja: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/08/06/healthy-foods-not-vaccines.aspx
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: If someone has cholera and needs antibiotics they will die of dysentery or diarrhea before they get a chance to get a meal.
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mirja
mirja: ha ha what ??? hou you must be joking...your ideas are just all upside down thats the prob !!
you totally miss the point
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: Bill Gates is just one person. There's probably thousands of people that donate to places like Somalia and south Africa. Last time I checked there was no checkbox for donating a clean water facility that takes in dirty water and pumps out clean water to their homes, and if there was there's no way to afford it - that would be millions of dollars. I guess the easiest thing to do rather than to add plumbing to all their huts would be to just put a big water tower in their villages..........and that's probably already been done.
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mirja
mirja: Australia didnt know tuberculosis till the aboriginals mass vaccinatations
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mirja
mirja: http://childhealthsafety.wordpress.com/graphs/
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Metaphorguy
Metaphorguy: Well I'm not sure how reputable this source is, since it's just a wordpress blog. Although, I do think that's a huge problem today. No one can seem to be sure of anything because there are studies that show X fixes Y and then there are conflicting studies that show X does not fix Y. Who are we supposed to trust? Some scientists have even admitted that the data was fabricated or falsified and up to 14% of all data is falsified according to an article I read that asked hundreds of scientists.
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