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I’m blown away with how many morons are in this city thinking vaccinations are bad. People in third world countries are literally dying to get the vaccines you refuse. Stop being a fucking moron and putting my daughter and family at risk because you did some research with dr google.

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  1. Bruce Richer Bruce Richer says:

    How is your daughter or family at risk if they are vaccinated?!?!! Isn’t that the whole point?!

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  2. James Nash James Nash says:

    .kids go to school with out shots but………if your kids are vaxinated then how are they at risk? wouldnt that defeat the purpose of the vaxination to protect them? Hmmmm mind boggling.

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    • Eric Rivet Eric Rivet says:

      Your arguement would sound a bit more credible if you could at least spell “vaccinated” properly….

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    • James Nash James Nash says:

      You guys are all fucking retarded blowing things out of context while your missing the point with your SJW oppinions. Unfortunately you only answered with but hurt oppinion and not fact. The fact is these fucking vaccinés should be stopping this. Did you just tell me to google? Keyboard warriors much. Get the fuck off the net.

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    • James Nash James Nash says:

      Go outside and get lives. Maybe that will build your heard and sheeple mentality.

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    • Elizabeth Pope herd immunity only works if everyone is immune. How many of your herd members have had titre tests done to be 100% sure they are immune? How many have had their boosters? I personally have had a titre test done and I have zero immunities to MMR and hepatitis. Do you know, for certain, that none of your herd are carriers?? Do you see the point I’m getting at?

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    • Just vaccinate you’re damn kids!

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    • Keer Yah Keer Yah says:

      James Nash a real quick Google search will explain that to you.

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    • It’s called herd immunity, look it up.

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    • Some people can’t get vaccinated because of many reasons such as age , allergies and auto immuine disease and depend on herd immunity to stay healthy as possible

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    • It’s more so to protect the babies who are too young to get their shots. But okay.

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    • Ally Rebekah Ally Rebekah says:

      James Nash vaccines aren’t 100%
      That’s like saying you only get chicken pox once and can’t get them again.

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    • Taylor Prest Taylor Prest says:

      Correct they are not 100% immunity. However, they can reduce the symptoms and reactions to a point where they won’t kill them.

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    • Carrie Rioux Carrie Rioux says:

      Herd immunity
      Immuno compromised
      If u can research pro disease nonsense u can Google those

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    • It’s not that mind boggling. It really isnt.

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    • James Nash being exposed to the disease whether you are immunized or not can result in you or your chikdren spreading the germs to others who if not vaccinated can develop the disease. evening vaccinated one can still develop a disease but with much less dangerous consequences. Pregnant women and their fetusses are very vulnerable to exposure to rubella.

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    • Angie Ransom Angie Ransom says:

      Cuz of the kids in that school that can’t have the shots. Like my cousin’s daughter who’s immune system won’t allow her to get the vaccinations. So she counts on everyone else to be protected,so she doesn’t get exposed.
      So ya …vaccinate your kids.

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    • First vaccines are not 100%. There is still a possibility of contracting but not severe enough to kill. Those kids can still get it and pass it on and then those kids can bring it home, like my son per say can bring or home and get his 2 month old brother sick to the point he could die because he is not completely vaccinated yet. Plus it helps protect the kids that cannot be vaccinated due to other health reasons. How hard is that to understand?! Vaccinate your children!

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    • Jessica Bard Jessica Bard says:

      James Nash IMAGINE we can about OTHER kids who CANT be vaxxed

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    • James Nash James Nash says:

      Sorry I believe you because facebook and google told me too ….. Fucking morrons.

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    • James Nash you’re the fucking moron. I’ll explain it to you in simple English. Everyone gets a vaccine against virus 1.0, but if someone who didn’t get vaccine contracts virus 1.0, it has the chance to mutate and change. Eventually it mutates into virus 1.1, and is different enough that the vaccines don’t recognize it as virus 1.0 anymore and then we’re all fucked. Do research, get vaccinated, prevent millions from dying (y)

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    • Rachel Denis Rachel Denis says:

      James Nash I would expect nothing less from a guy who can’t even spell “vaccinated”. If you can’t spell it, what makes you think you have any actual knowledge on the subject. Way to put your absolute stupidity on display for all to see. Bravo!

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    • Learn how to spell vaccinate properly if you’re gonna try to argue it

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    • Let’s do some quick math using a population of 1,000 kiddos and the information on measles and the measles vaccine from the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/measles/index.html

      All get vaccinated against measles. The published odds of a severe adverse event is 1 in 1,000,000 children.
      1,000 / 1,000,000 = 0.0001 children who may have a severe adverse event

      None get vaccinated against measles. The published odds of contracting measles is 90% (some estimates have it as high as 95-98% but the CDC site says 90%)
      1,000 x 90% = 900 who will contract measles.

      Let’s now examine the common complications for our 900 kiddos with measles: ear infections and diarrhea
      1 out of every 10 children will wind up with ear infections that can result in permanent hearing deficits.
      900 / 10 = 90 children at risk for partial to total hearing loss
      Diarrhea, which can result in dehydration – possibly life-threatening depending upon age and severity – occurs in less than 1 in 10 children. Going with this information, we can surmise that it’s at least more frequent than 1 in 15 (surfing through the CDC site shows where they like numbers that are divisible by 5). We’ll split the difference for this exercise and say 1 in 12 will develop diarrhea.
      900 / 12 = 75 children are at risk for severe dehydration due to diarrhea.

      If there were only common complications, we could stop here. However, measles has some severe complications that can occur. This includes pneumonia, encephalitis, and death. Using our 900 kiddos with measles, we now do some more math.
      1 in 20 can develop pneumonia – the most common cause of death in young children who contract measles.
      900 / 20 = 45 children with pneumonia

      Encephalitis occurs at a rate of approximately 1 in 1,000 children. Encephalitis can result in convulsions, deafness, possible vision deficits, and/or cognitive impairment.
      900 / 1000 = .9 children
      That risk increases by 1% for EACH additional child who contracts measles. Put it in other words, for each child who contracts measles, EVERY child runs a higher risk of being that 1 in 1,000. Once the measles cases hits 1,000 there WILL be a child with encephalitis.

      Measles can result in death. The odds are 1 to 2 in every 1,000 cases. For calculation purposes, we can go with low end and say 1 in 1,000 die from measles.
      900 / 1000 = .9 children
      Once again, as new cases occur, that risk goes up. When we hit 1,000 cases, there will be at least 1 death. And that’s optimal outcome. You have to remember the odds are actually 1 to 2 will die. The odds are actually stacked against our 900 measles cases that at least 1 is already doomed, unfortunately.

      This does not take into account the long-term complications for measles, specifically subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE), which can strike up to 10 years AFTER one thinks they have fully recovered. The CDC puts the odds at up to 11 out of 100,000 cases. That’s .011% chance one of our 900 children will develop this and doesn’t take into account that those under 2 years of age when they get measles may have an even higher risk.
      900 x .011% = .099 children.
      Doesn’t look like much of a chance at all but, once again, the more cases, the higher the chance.

      So let’s compare our numbers here for our population of 1,000.
      Chance of an adverse event from the vaccine = .0001
      Chance of contracting without vaccine = 900
      Chance of ear infection that can cause hearing deficit = 90
      Chance of diarrhea that can result in dehydration = 75
      Chance of pneumonia = 45
      Chance of encephalitis = .9
      Chance of death = .9
      Chance of SSPE = .09

      Damn, looks like vaccinating has a much lower risk to health than the disease don’t it?
      There you go some fucken facts for your simple Neanderthal mind

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    • Heather Simpson I wish I knew how you could see that as an argument AGAINST herd immunity. Also, fyi, they’re your herd too. And they protect you.

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  3. Anti-vaxxers don’t exist anymore.
    We call them by their real names.
    Pro-disease.

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  4. I personally don’t agree with vaccines, but I’m smart enough to protect myself, loved ones, and others.

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  5. Lisa Dunbar Lisa Dunbar says:

    I had to unfriend someone over this crap.

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  6. Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

    Maybe people are not big fans of injecting themselves with toxic metals and other things like aborted fetal cells/matter. It’s not like theirs no valid reason to at least think about which vaccines you’re willing to take..

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Diana C. Bedard yes because it’s not like vaccines companies have paid billions of dollars because of side effects/damage they’ve done to people who took their vaccines

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Diana C. Bedard it’s only been 4 billions dollars. But of course vaccines are completely safe

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Diana C. Most of these debilitating diseases were stopped 30-40 years ago with vaccines yet we have 10 times the amount of vaccines today. Why so many vaccines now when few vaccines worked decades ago. I think it’s like 64 vaccine doses before the age of two? Especially the fact that autism is linked with high metal levels in the brain and guess what’s in vaccines, metal. Lots of research proves the links of this. All I’m saying is there is actually something to think about and not just do what the government tell you to.

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Diana C. Bedard Why is it the highest group of people/kids that are not vaccinated are the super upper class elites? These people are the most intelligent group out there yet they have the highest unvaccinated of people out there

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Patricia Legault Thimersol isn’t removed from all vaccines actually, trace amount can be found in almost all vaccines and there’s always a lot of it in the seasonal influenza vaccine, just pointing that out. Also I agree with you that autism is more studied now so obviously more cases of it will come out. Look into the Mac dowell triplets, they went in to get some vaccines perfectly healthy and the three reacted to it and all 3 of them have autism/mental retardation now. So many scientists have come out with their research and they just get ridiculed for it.

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Alyshia Fenerty no I never said that. I just said it makes sense for people to at least think before getting vaccinated. Just blindly listening to what the government tells you to do is nuts.

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Shawna Leah which doctor are you referring to? Be more specific lol

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    • Eric Filion Eric Filion says:

      Shawna Leah yeah I get that but I don’t know which doctor I talked about and you said he’s a fraud? I never talked about a specific doctor so I’m lost

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    • Eric Filion it doesn’t matter Go ask your grandparents the difference. Know any families who lost more then one member to these diseases? Bet ya they do. Unfortuneately side effects & injuries happen all the time in every aspect of medicine. Doctors can sometimes do everything right & lose. But to disregard the eradication of crippling dibilitating diseases that kill mostly kids & old people you’re arguing about the inevitable injuries. Money means nothing.

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    • Eric Filion there’s no aborted fetal cells.

      Most intelligent group? Seriously? Please cite that? From a reputable source.

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    • Eric Filion there is also no elemental metals in vaccines.

      Thimersol was also removed (and it’s ethyl mercury which doesn’t accumulate) unlike methyl mercury in deep sea fish which accumulates.

      Autism is also genetic in over 80% of cases, it’s also on a spectrum and more studied now, therefore more cases.

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    • Eric Filion I tried to come up with a constructive response to EVERYTHING you said, but I cant. Not because you’re right, but because you’re SO far from right, its making me mad. So. Please stop being dumb.

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    • Eric Filion so my 4 month old babies should catch a disease that’s completely avoidable because 1 in like 500 people or more have an issue with a vaccine? Makes sense. Your life is totally more important than my twin’s lives.

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    • Eric Filion you still have given citations for anything.

      Also again it’s genetic. If one twin has it likely the other will too. Also kids with autism are still “healthy”

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    • Eric Filion
      Nevertheless, no vaccine in Canada since March 2001 for routine use in children contains thimerosal, with the exception of some influenza vaccines. DTaP, polio and Hib vaccines have not contained this preservative since 1997-98. The MMR vaccine used in Canada has never contained thimerosal

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    • A vaccine containing 0.01% thimerosal as a preservative contains 50 micrograms of thimerosal per 0.5 mL dose or approximately 25 micrograms of mercury per 0.5 mL dose. For comparison, this is roughly the same amount of elemental mercury contained in a 3 ounce can of tuna fish (but not the same type of mercury) tuna is the bad mercury that acculates

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    • Amber Gee Bol i thought you would enjoy this thread

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    • Shawna Leah Shawna Leah says:

      Eric Filion that ” DOCTOR” WHO WROTE THAT ARTICLE. PUBLICY ADMITTED IT WAS A FRAUD. NONE OF HIS DATA WAS REAL . So everyone keep believing someone who LIED AND PUBLICLY ADMITTED IT

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    • Shawna Leah Shawna Leah says:

      Eric Filion to be honest. It’s the eggs that most people have reactions or allergies to. Do some real research in a book please. I can write and article right now, make a web page and claim im a doctor. It’s the internet. You need to find reliable sources of info.

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  7. Just make sure you have your kids vaccinated and they will be ok, then let all the stupid people die off , Sad way to get rid of the real stupid but something has to be done .

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  8. Maybe ppl with good jobs, should settle for the bus and a small house and donate to the poor with what they would be saving….?!?! It’s rude to call them morons. Some ppl other then the person you know, actually care for their families and others and are mindful. Your quick to jump the gun. My daughter is vaccinated + allergic to nuts.

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  9. There are still kinks being worked out in the flu shot. Be great full it hasn’t been you, who has been effected life long from it!

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    • Exactly Cheryl.

      In 2013 the health unit released an influenza vaccine that they believed would protect the public from influenza for the 2013/14 flu season. I was the first in our administrative office (health care facility) to recieve the vaccination as I was helping to track administration throughout staff and residents..

      This was the first time I had ever had the vaccine. In the weeks to follow I started losing muscle function, started experiencing numbness in my hands and feet, cognitive issues that were similar to dementia like symptoms, chronic fatigue, migrating pain and high anxiety.

      I ended up in the doctors and hospital. They were unable to find any solid reason that I’d be experiencing those things and I chalked it up to stress from work.

      In may 2014 i ended up catching Influenza B despite having recieved the vaccine. I was still dealing with all of the above issues but they had calmed down a tad… the virus ended up kicking them back into full force.

      Now I did go on to get the vaccination 1 or 2 more years because I had to for work. My job wasnt one that could be easily replaced and should they have an outbreak I wouldnt be able to work if unvaccinated.

      Every single vaccination resulted in more damage. I am now on nerve pain medication for the rest of my life and will forever be in pain and have lasting cognitive issues. As we speak I’d log my over all nerve pain at about 6 or 7/10.

      People do not think this can happen.. but it does. That’s not to say I dont recommend the flu shot… but I do know first hand that some people can have permanant adverse effects from both the vaccine AND the virus.

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  10. Kim Parker Kim Parker says:

    Things must have changed, because when I enrolled my kids in public school, I had to bring 3 things, birth certificate, copy of our property taxes and vaccination card. Without them, you were not allowed in the school. Unless all these anti vax people are home schooling…

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    • Carrie Rioux Carrie Rioux says:

      Kim Parker they get religious exemptions or find a quackndoc to fake a medical exemption

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    • Kim Parker Kim Parker says:

      Carrie Rioux I have never heard of something so ridiculous. Not sure when things changed, there was no gray area before, it was show us your kids are vaccinated or your kid cant attend! Now we have to bend over backwards for people because we can’t offend people anymore. crazyyyy

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  11. I got all my vaccines as a child and I turned out fine. I had no choice my immune system was non-existent as a 29 week preemie growing up I always got sick, there are a lot of disease you don’t want your kid to get it’s best to vaccinate them.

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  12. Keer Yah Keer Yah says:

    Jess Ebbers and what about a newborn baby who isn’t able to be vaccinated yet? They don’t deserve protection?

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  13. Zack Tryon thought you’d like this one lol

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  14. How do people not understand how vaccinations work?? Yet are so quick to give their opinion. Its crazy. This is why we have more outbreaks. Educate yourself for christ sake, Jess Ebbers

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  15. Laura Fay Laura Fay says:

    I remember getting suspended from school and being told not to come back until I had gotten a specific shot and had proof that I had gotten it. If parents don’t want to vaccinate their kids, then fine, they can all get together and fund a school just for their children.

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  16. I cant even get into this because it upsets me so much. Skepticism is healthy. But when it starts to trump common sense, you have a problem.

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    • Chantal Alice Perrin I’m not saying not to try. I’m just really fed up with people being so ridiculously one sided. I’m sure the people who’s children suffered horrible side effects from the vaccines had the same mentality. I am not just talking autism here. If I feel that the medical community is forcing too many toxins into MY child’s small body at one time, I should have the right to space the vaccines out or to not give them at all. A parent is always going to put their child’s well being above anyone else’s. I’m so sick of the argument. I’m sure if a child these people love was maimed for life because of a vaccine, they may settle down a bit. This whole attitude of “I did it and I was fine” is absurd!

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    • Chantal Alice Perrin how do you know she didnt have the vaccine? I’ve had the MMR vaccine 6 times and still have no immunities! People need to simmer down and do some research of their own. Get titre tests done on their families. See what they’re lacking so they can be careful. I also have no immunity to hepatitis. Those didnt take either time.

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    • Heather Simpson I dont know heather. I really dont. She could have been just like you. Or maybe she wasnt. Isnt the general consensus that it does provide immunity? Should we not at least try? I do agree that people should be as educated as possible. But the information people are ‘generally’ using, isnt valid.

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    • The attitude of “I did it and I was fine” is a stupid one, in any argument. So I agree there. And yes, I’m sure the ‘vaccine injured’ were once super pro vaxxers. And then unfortunately, they suffered some real side effects (and no, I’m not talking autism, because I dont believe theres a link) Vaccines arent 100% safe or effective. Neither are seatbelts. In fact, seat belts have severely injured someone at some point, I’m sure. Many times. Probably mostly kids. But it’s a risk we’re all willing to take. It sucks that side effects can happen. But without trying to sound like a complete bitch….the good outweighs the bad

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    • Chantal Alice Perrin some people aren’t willing to play Russian roulette with their kids to possibly save another kid. That should be enough. It shouldn’t be an argument. I strongly believe we should be able to pick out which ones we want and then there should be a mandatory titre test done to see what immunities we now have. Then we would be able to stay away from certain situations that may be life threatening to us. Thank you for being so level headed by the way. Its nice to speak to someone who can see both sides.

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    • A titre test to see current immunities is a good idea, I didn’t actually know this was possible. That would limit unnecessary vaccinations for people like you, where certain ones dont affect you. It just seems like that’s a hard road to regulate. You cant KNOW which situations are gonna be problematic until you end up at the wrong place at the wrong time. Genuinely curious, for someone like you who apparently doesnt have immunity to the MMR, arent you using all of ours as protection? For those like you, or those vulnerable for whatever other reason, where does herd immunity come in? In essence, we’re playing russian roulette to save your life. Theres people lining up for days in parts of Africa, to get their kids vaccinated. Because they know their lives depend on it.

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    • Chantal Alice Perrin I actually dont rely on anyone but myself. I cant be sure who is immune and who isn’t or who is a carrier and who isnt. When I hear about a measles outbreak, I stay away from that area. The help a and b vaccines also didnt work for me. ( I had a very popular one the 3nd time but, I cant remember the name for the life of me! Lol) I personally find it silly to depend on a bunch of strangers to protect MY health. You know? I know what I have to try to avoid. That’s enough for me. My kids have also had titre tests done. I feel that is me being responsible for my family. I can’t worry about every other human I may come into contact with in my life. That’s just crazy! Lol

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    • I get it. You can only do what you can do to protect yourself and your family. Take your titre tests, stay away from known outbreak areas. But on the other side of the spectrum, not being immunized puts you at obvious higher risk of catching whatever disease and/or being a carrier, and therefore passing it on (not intentionally or rather knowingly) to other people that had no idea YOU were around them. They need other people’s immunity. They dont have anti-vax radars. They might be doing everything they can on their side of things, but the people on the opposite side of things are CHOOSING to play russian roulette, with not only their lives, but the lives of these people without a much needed anti-vax radar. You know?

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  17. Jesse Dimmel no, but other people are.

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  18. Cassandra Evans because we have stupid people allowed to breed kids like Jess Ebbers

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  19. Cassandra Evans because we have stupid people allowed to breed kids like Jess Ebbers

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  20. Jesse Dimmel yes. Yes Jesse. Like people who dont have their vaccinations for different reasons. Newborn babies, kids with cancer, etc.

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  21. Jesse Dimmel Jesse Dimmel says:

    Yeah well I’m completely against vaccinations. Enables your body to fight one disease while being given multiple other side effects for no apparent reason.

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  22. Jesse Dimmel Jesse Dimmel says:

    Yeah well I’m completely against vaccinations. Enables your body to fight one disease while being given multiple other side effects for no apparent reason.

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  23. Pro-vaxxers dont care about idiots who choose not to vaccinate. Natural selection right?! 😉 it’s the poor innocent people/kids that don’t have a choice

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  24. Pro-vaxxers dont care about idiots who choose not to vaccinate. Natural selection right?! 😉 it’s the poor innocent people/kids that don’t have a choice

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  25. Well then stay away and keep your kids (if God forbid you have any) away from everyone else. And be against all you want!

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  26. If you’re kids are vaxxed? Why are you worried? Lmao! Also, be sure you’re getting your titre tests done and boosters as adults because vaccines dont last forever. It isnt the damn kids we should be worried about …..

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  27. Jesse Dimmel Jesse Dimmel says:

    Yeah that’s not a problem, you people are all crazy and corrupted by government anyways.

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  28. If your vaccinated you can still carry those diseases as if you had them so anti vaxxers dont bother me at all

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  29. Let’s do some quick math using a population of 1,000 kiddos and the information on measles and the measles vaccine from the CDC https://www.cdc.gov/measles/index.html

    All get vaccinated against measles. The published odds of a severe adverse event is 1 in 1,000,000 children.
    1,000 / 1,000,000 = 0.0001 children who may have a severe adverse event

    None get vaccinated against measles. The published odds of contracting measles is 90% (some estimates have it as high as 95-98% but the CDC site says 90%)
    1,000 x 90% = 900 who will contract measles.

    Let’s now examine the common complications for our 900 kiddos with measles: ear infections and diarrhea
    1 out of every 10 children will wind up with ear infections that can result in permanent hearing deficits.
    900 / 10 = 90 children at risk for partial to total hearing loss
    Diarrhea, which can result in dehydration – possibly life-threatening depending upon age and severity – occurs in less than 1 in 10 children. Going with this information, we can surmise that it’s at least more frequent than 1 in 15 (surfing through the CDC site shows where they like numbers that are divisible by 5). We’ll split the difference for this exercise and say 1 in 12 will develop diarrhea.
    900 / 12 = 75 children are at risk for severe dehydration due to diarrhea.

    If there were only common complications, we could stop here. However, measles has some severe complications that can occur. This includes pneumonia, encephalitis, and death. Using our 900 kiddos with measles, we now do some more math.
    1 in 20 can develop pneumonia – the most common cause of death in young children who contract measles.
    900 / 20 = 45 children with pneumonia

    Encephalitis occurs at a rate of approximately 1 in 1,000 children. Encephalitis can result in convulsions, deafness, possible vision deficits, and/or cognitive impairment.
    900 / 1000 = .9 children
    That risk increases by 1% for EACH additional child who contracts measles. Put it in other words, for each child who contracts measles, EVERY child runs a higher risk of being that 1 in 1,000. Once the measles cases hits 1,000 there WILL be a child with encephalitis.

    Measles can result in death. The odds are 1 to 2 in every 1,000 cases. For calculation purposes, we can go with low end and say 1 in 1,000 die from measles.
    900 / 1000 = .9 children
    Once again, as new cases occur, that risk goes up. When we hit 1,000 cases, there will be at least 1 death. And that’s optimal outcome. You have to remember the odds are actually 1 to 2 will die. The odds are actually stacked against our 900 measles cases that at least 1 is already doomed, unfortunately.

    This does not take into account the long-term complications for measles, specifically subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE), which can strike up to 10 years AFTER one thinks they have fully recovered. The CDC puts the odds at up to 11 out of 100,000 cases. That’s .011% chance one of our 900 children will develop this and doesn’t take into account that those under 2 years of age when they get measles may have an even higher risk.
    900 x .011% = .099 children.
    Doesn’t look like much of a chance at all but, once again, the more cases, the higher the chance.

    So let’s compare our numbers here for our population of 1,000.
    Chance of an adverse event from the vaccine = .0001
    Chance of contracting without vaccine = 900
    Chance of ear infection that can cause hearing deficit = 90
    Chance of diarrhea that can result in dehydration = 75
    Chance of pneumonia = 45
    Chance of encephalitis = .9
    Chance of death = .9
    Chance of SSPE = .09

    Damn, looks like vaccinating has a much lower risk to health than the disease don’t it?

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    • Stephanie Lamarche The MMR vaccine does not always work! I, myself have had it 6 times in my life and still have no immunities! I know of several others in my small circle of friends. Titre tests are the answer. Then everyone will know what they are lacking and can be more careful. It isnt as easy as just getting the vaccine. They also wear off. I wonder how many self righteous pro vaxxers actually keep up on their vaccines into adulthood. It’s pretty scary….

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    • Heather Simpson and still gonna argue a pathetic view point over logical facts… hmm

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    • Stephanie Lamarche what do you mean??? I’m telling you that the MMR vaccine doesn’t always work. I’m living fucking proof of it!! How is that a pathetic view point??? I’m so confused!!! Lol

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    • Tonia Newton Tonia Newton says:

      Heather Simpson ya this is what I get told all the time when I talk about the 7 people I know that finds out during medical school that their MMR never took.

      It’s a loosing battle to share this information, but we have too.

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    • Heather Simpson because yore more than likely using you’re argument to say people shouldn’t be getting it when you are the exact fucken reason people should be getting it

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    • It doesn’t take for everyone but it will decrease your risk at contracting it and dying from it

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    • So clearly it works.

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    • Tonia Newton Tonia Newton says:

      Ummmm, she didn’t say not to get it, she was saying don’t assume it works…

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    • Stephanie Lamarche that’s the opposite of what I’m saying! My kids are vaxxed! I’m not on either side here, I’m stating a clear fact that vaccines aren’t 100% effective! Your math in the post is wrong because you didnt include the percentage of children that were vaccinated but, still aren’t immune! Wow! And btw, it’s *you’re*

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    • Stephanie Lamarche if I dont have immunities, it didn’t fucking work! At all! For me! How many other people are in my boat and don’t even know??? Clearly YOUR age is showing!!

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    • Heather Simpson well if you clearly read my comment about 0.01 percent out of about 900 people give or take… so you are that 0.01 percent. Even if it didn’t work it didn’t hurt you to take it now did It? So again your argument is mute

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    • And this is why you clearly rely on heard immunity so people should be getting them not making fucking excuses to contract it and spread it to that 0.01 percent like yourself. But you know it gets toooo hard when numbers are involved. I get it.

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    • Tonia Newton Tonia Newton says:

      I am very positive the numbers are wrong. I know 7 people. My sisters and my daughter included.

      It’s dangerous to say it’s rare for MMR to not work. These people need to know, so they stay away from pregnant people and babies.

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    • Tonia Newton hahahahaha okay argue with the cdc then

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    • Tonia Newton and people are aware they have an auto immune disease or are ill. You have the sniffles stay away from a new born. Pretty common sense like everyone who needs and can be vaccinated getting them without arguing

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    • the fun thing about statistics is that a 1:100 chance can still have its effect happen 100 times in a row. Stephanie’s math really undermines the danger here. if you have a population with immuno compromised, young, or elderly people are, the chances for complications rises. You also have the reality that a 90% infection rate with a disease that can be breathed in 90 minutes after it is coughed or sneezed out. if a bus has a capacity of 50 and it’s route is 45 minutes long you have a potential 100 people getting sick BUT that person gets a transfer? 200. they need to take the bus back home? 400. if he lives in an old age home? if he was leaving to see his grandsons school play?

      it adds up. now how many beds are in health sciences north? like 500 when empty? that makes for a hospital that can’t provide for all the sick people. that increases rate of complications and mortality by a lot. think of all the things that would need to be cancelled due to a measels outbreak. surgeries, procedures, tests… no time for that if everyone is sick. Thankfully the hospital staff are immunized or else the quarantine would be the least of the issues.

      if enough aren’t vaccinated the city ends up with a health disaster so profound it’d be in history books.

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    • James Marcellus actually it doesn’t undermine anything at all when it says that if no one gets the shot( ie immune compromised) they are clearly infected or going to be so instead of that 0.01 percent you now have 900 people. But again lacking reading comprehension.

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    • Joshua Kroll Joshua Kroll says:

      Do you mind if I copy this?

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    • Joshua Kroll no go ahead.

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    • its about math and your statistics are for average areas not specifics like i outlined. never said you were wrong so i have no idea why you are all up in my business but hey… reading comprehension

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    • Stephanie it’s shocking how wrong you are . 1 in 8 kids now has autism due to encephalitis. Get your facts straight.

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    • Boddy Johnson okay bud

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    • James Marcellus saying it’s a lot worse and then going into a whole new amount to add into it with out saying it’s for greater amounts of area is definitely trying to tell me I’m wrong. Of course there will be more sick if there are larger masses ffs.

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    • Boddy Johnson Kay keep talking stupid I think you lost your tinfoil hat

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  30. Also, herd immunity does not pertain to us. We dont live in herds people! We aren’t cows. Pro vaxxers are just as bad as the anti vaxxers! I have had the damn MMR vaccine 6 times in my life and still show no immunities. Vaccines are not fail safe people. Stop being so righteous.

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  31. i’m blown away by the morons who think vaccines save lives..my god..wake the fuck up people..with a library at your fingertips..how can you not find the truth..stop believing your government/CDC..they are not concerned for your well being..they are there to profit from you..to make you sick..to give you drugs..open your eyes and your ears..peace

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  32. Jesse Dimmel I’m a skeptic. Trust me, I get it. The government is shifty. Corporations lie. Money talks. We live in a fucked up world. You dont know me and I dont know you. But I’m cynical and pessimistic for the most part, and wouldnt put blind trust into anyone or anything. But THIS. Totally different ball game. So call me a sheep and say I’m corrupted, it’s all good man. Use your brain

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  33. Agreed! We unfortunately have anti-vaxxers in our family and it blows mine and my husband’s minds how irresponsible they are how willing they are to put immune compromised children at risk.

    We also have an autistic son (“high-functioning”, thankfully) and never once have we ever thought it was caused by vaccines. For those who say vaccines caused his autism, the signs were already there before he got his first vaccinations.

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  34. What do anti vaxxers do when there kids need to go to school cause they have to be up to date on there shots?

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  35. Jess Ebbers are you that stupid not everyone can be vaccainated witch causes them toget sick over careless and just dumb ass people

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  36. The main vaccinations, I’m 100% behind.. But I do have to agree it’s gone overboard. Some I feel is for the bottom $$

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  37. Its not just about so called herd immunity and protecting the vulnerable. Its also about the spread of diseases. When you are innoculated with the virus your body learns to fight the disease. When you are not vaccinated you can contract the disease and this can lead to the spread of disease. Thats why you are isolated. The infectious diseases have not gone away but we do not have outbreaks anymore, unless you are not vaccinated and contract disease and spread it.

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  38. Josh Ua Josh Ua says:

    There appears to be a correlation between the quality of one’s grammar and his or her opinion on vaccines.

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  39. Anti vaxxers need a new label. “Plague enthusiasts” should work

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  40. here here fk the anti vaxxers

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  41. Jenn Leclair Jenn Leclair says:

    I had this long msg to type out but Chantal Alice Perrin said EVERYTHING I would have said. I have a huge problem with authority and anyone telling me ‘what’s best’ but this is so different. Wake up, bud.

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  42. why are you worried if your vaccinated , if you think it works so well you should not be scared of people that are not vaccinated if you think your at risk then the vaccination you got is worthless and its just a money grab from the pharmaceutical company’s

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  43. Brandon Vocaturo Dean Guiseppi

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  44. It’s not the vaccination(s)… It is the amount of prescribed vaccinations, in comparison, to past generations.
    The perserverater(s) used in keeping these vaccines shelf life longer is what really bothers me.
    Plus the number of vaccines giving too newborns, into their first year. Again there are studies linking a growing percentage of children being born with autism.

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  45. but if your child is vaccinated would your child not be immune to the disease so how is your child at risk if they are vaccinated, i dont know im actually asking

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  46. You know all these anti vaxx people with all there google research bs who have never picked up a actually book on the matter. This is what i need to say. If you get sick don’t bother going to see a dr for anything cause you all know better then dr’s. Thank you oh and stay inside so you don’t kill those who medically can not get them.

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  47. Shawn Mathe Shawn Mathe says:

    Anti vaxers need to get some education… Oh wait you won’t be able to soon..

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  48. Alyssa Bell Alyssa Bell says:

    If u leave your children unvaccinated just know your kid shouldn’t play with other kids or in public play grounds such forth don’t spread disease when preventable that includes your kid is homeschool for the rest of his or her life they should live in a bubble not risking other kids lives or ppl because of your own personal beliefs . Get the mandatory ones nonetheless .but I know compared to when I was a kid there were less vaccinations then there is know but still don’t risk other pols lives and your kids because if your own selfish beliefs thinking ur kid will get autism when genetics play a huge part

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  49. If you got the shot ….and someone else didnt…..maybe I’m missing why this would upset you…..

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  50. And people with medical reasons that they can’t be vaccinated

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  51. So then if people are afraid of Big Pharma, then don’t get TPA when you’re having a stroke, or epinephrine when you’re having an allergic reaction.

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  52. Kenny says:

    Oh we “Morons” aren’t just in Sudbury, we’re everywhere! WooOooooOoo! (ghost noises).

    I’M blown away by how many people have blind faith in a multi billion dollar industry (pharmaceutical) that CANNOT BE SUED by anyone even if you can literally prove that your child or someone was injured by a vaccine. You know why these pharmaceutical companies can’t be sued? Because they’re protected by the government. At least in the United States. I wonder why that is. I’m talking about if you can actually prove that your medical ailments are the direct result of vaccine injury.

    Beyond that if you look at who funds these studies that say vaccines are “safe and cause no side effects” – surprise! These studies are more often than not funded by the companies that PRODUCE and SELL these vaccines. ALSO these amazing “doctors” that we put so much faith in who swear vaccines are safe go to med schools that are funded by *gasp* that’s right again – The companies who produce these vaccines! So of course doctors and medical personnel are going to be taught that “all vaccines are safe with no harmful side effects.”

    That’s like if Laramie funded a lung cancer study and said “hey you can smoke all you want! Cigarettes won’t cause lung cancer and you’re an IDIOT if you think you know better than the professionals!”.

    But hey I guess the white lab coat is the new “high priest” that you can’t question lest you be flogged and then lynched by the brain dead masses who can’t think for themselves and don’t question anything.

    PS – if vaccines are necessary for everyone to get for them to be effective (100% vaccination rate throughout the population), then why even bother vaccinating our soldiers before they go to a foreign country where the population is NOT vaccinated and has diseases? Wouldn’t the foreign country residents need to be 100% vaccinated too so that our soldiers can be safe also??? THINK people. If vaccines are so effective and amazing, then only we “stupid anti vaxxers” are the ones who will suffer. So quit complaining, take your “shot” and let all us anti-vaxxers die because you vaccinated sheeple, er, people should be completely safe.

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  53. Vaccines do not confer immunity . Th2 is not an antibody . Vaccines are less than 80% effective. Also every adult here doesn’t go get their booster shots so you’re all unvaccinated . Vaccines are population control and it’s openly admitted .

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  54. You credit vaccinations more than plumbing, I suppose. Most diseases started disappearing the moment we stopped throwing our piss and shit in the streets. Wash with natural soap and boost your immune deficiencies with minerals and vitamins. A disease cannot thrive in an Alkaline or Oxygen-rich Environment. The human body is alkaline by design but acidic by function. Every living cell in the body creates metabolized waste, which is acidic. The nutrients from our food are delivered to each cell, the cells burn with oxygen in order to provide energy for us to live. The burned nutrients become metabolized waste. All waste products are acid; the body discharges the waste through urine, bile, and perspiration. Our body can’t get rid of 100% of the waste it produces which in turn, creates an overload of toxicity. Without proper elimination, the acid waste products become solid wastes, such as micro toxins, toxins, fungus, bacteria, and mucus. These accumulate and build up in our blood, organs, and tissue. This accumulation of solid waste products accelerates the depletion of minerals and other nutrients, causes disease and accelerates the aging process.

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  55. Ax Lee Ax Lee says:

    What are an unvaccinated person’s chances of catching something like polio, right now, in canada?

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  56. Keith Soucy Keith Soucy says:

    Pro Vaxxers! Break Down!

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  57. People who do not vaccinate their children put the entire population at risk of outbreaks of diseases that are completely preventable. Diseases that kill people!!! Hello….what kind of parent/human being are you?

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