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    I've changed my mind from debating on bh. At first I was pro vax, but after doing heaps of reading (to back up my claims on here) I can say I am now unequivocally and passionaltey pro vax, before I agreed with it, but didn't know that much about it and was a bit "meh" about the whole thing. But now - Totally 100%, not a question in my mind. Vaccinations are probably he single most important and effective scientific breakthrough the world has ever seen

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebirdgirl View Post
    No offence but I don't think the sanitation in the 40s/50s/60s was even that great, from how my mother tells me she grew up in an average australian home in that period.
    It seems that a lot of the disease comes down to sanitation.

    Does anyone actually change their mind about things from posts like this? I know I switched camps so to speak but I was never particularly passionate so was open to suggestion.
    If my family and myself have been living off some herd immunity, then thanks
    Im not injecting any of us with things I don't understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I've changed my mind from debating on bh. At first I was pro vax, but after doing heaps of reading (to back up my claims on here) I can say I am now unequivocally and passionaltey pro vax, before I agreed with it, but didn't know that much about it and was a bit "meh" about the whole thing. But now - Totally 100%, not a question in my mind. Vaccinations are probably he single most important and effective scientific breakthrough the world has ever seen
    Me too. There is nothing in articles like this that even touch the sides in changing my mind. I can't even entertain the thought of not vaccinating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankyoldcow View Post
    I'm the same. Actually a lot of the scaremongering put out by groups such as the AVN makes me more passionately provax.
    Ditto!

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    I've missed you @beebs.

    As for the articles, I prefer my science from people who don't believe in chemtrails or homeopathy and who practice in their area of expertise.

    In any case the first article indicates that even the writer believes in herd immunity (but somehow only from nature not from vaccines), so I don't think there is any disputing that it exists.

    Got DD vaxed today for her 12 months. Had a good chat to the Dr about all sorts of things. While I can't speak for every doctor, mine is professional and definitely doesn't receive any sort of 'kickbacks' for vaccinations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Nette View Post
    I've missed you @beebs.
    Aww thanks

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    I just saw this and thought of this thread.

    http://www.upworthy.com/exactly-0-ba...ccinated?c=fea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busy-Bee View Post
    I just saw this and thought of this thread.

    http://www.upworthy.com/exactly-0-ba...ccinated?c=fea
    Thanks for sharing! It makes me more pi$$ed watching this tbh. Our "loop holes" for sending non-vaxxed kids to school are pitiful.

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