The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver discusses why some people may still feel uncertainty about childhood vaccinations.
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Vaccines are okay in small doses over time. Mandatory vaccines are not right. Those who get vaccines are protected so there is no chance of them getting a childhood disease. Let those who choose not to, should not be forced.
The idea that chicken pox, and rubella are life threatening is ridiculous.
If there is no danger or risk, why are there billions of dollars set aside by the government for vaccine injuries?
You look like you live alone surrounded by jars, you’re too weak to open.
he looks like an owl who can't get a date t the prom…
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jons a bit off that repubs=anti vaxx. my brother is left as they go but questions vaccines. im a libertarian with conservative leanings and i full agree with vaccines. stereotyping isnt going to help.
who said it was an accident.
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You can’t get autism if you die from polio
Somehow I remember a XKCD comic linking Autism with the creation of vaccines
I work with autistic adults every day in a job-training facility. Trust me, its not because of vaccines.
7k autistic kids