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    Default no more free whooping cough vaccine


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    What!? That is crazy!

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    Rediculous

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    WTF? that is just beyond stupidity... there is going to be deaths bc of this

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    Wow. The midwives at the hospital I was at said how important it was to

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    I'm perplexed why 'experts' say it doesn't work???

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    If its not working then no point in the governemt paying for it would just be wasted money

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    I wonder what they mean by studies prove its not working? The vaccine itself? I'm sure I read somewhere that the majority of babies get it from their parents/grand parents?

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    But Infection rates are increasing despite extremely high immunization rates. Immunized kids still get it, or
    pass it on to others...

    This is just anecdotal but I think it's a good thing if they can make any necessary changes to make it work better.

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    My understanding was that outbreaks are usually in low vaxx rate areas, despite overall oz having high rates? I'm no expert on the subject though


 

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