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08-12-2015 02:46 #331
08-12-2015 02:57 #332
Have no issues with rules coming in and funds being dropped if choose to not vaccinate for reasons other then medical problems. I am grateful that dd's daycare already requires children to be up to date with vaccines for enrolement. I have had severe reactions to some vaccines as an adult but that doesn't mean i won't have all other boosters requires for my health and employment it just means i. won't have those again, same as if dd reacted to 1 vaccine it doesn't mean id stop her having all vaccines would just not give those ones again.
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08-12-2015 04:51 #333Senior Member
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08-12-2015 05:47 #334
Parents who don't vaccinate their children are set to lose FTA after the next...
Being afraid of vaccines impacts on the whole community.
The two just aren't comparable.
I'm sorry the op felt attacked but honestly anyone with children is going to have a pretty emotional response to this topic as it is a very emotive issue. And to be crying about an inability to send a child to Europe for soccer when so many on here can barely provide basics at times is going to be provocative.
I actually thought this was pretty tame.
08-12-2015 05:58 #335
I did find it interesting that in many threads like this if the anti-vaxxer being 'ganged up' on complained about it most would tell them it's the nature of the forum, just because people disagree it doesn't mean they're 'ganging up' etc. But when it's a known hubber there's a different attitude. I get it, we build relationships with people, but it's just interesting to see.
As far as my thread, again, my anxiety was only affecting me. If I hadn't have boarded that flight the only person effected would have been me (and my husband's pocket!).
Anyways, I don't think the discussion about people's thoughts on anti-vax and what should be done by the government to increase vaccination rates should stop, the issue with the pp was the attitude regarding the government supplement and the conversation has moved on.
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08-12-2015 06:00 #336
08-12-2015 06:19 #337
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