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Old 17.09.2015, 18:53
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Re: Avoiding Vaccination?

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I wanted to give my baby BCG vaccination as per the rules in india. But here doctor said they are not allowed to give. Few of them are here exception like rotavirus vaccination, bcg vaccination and some others. Do you people know why so much of variation from one country to other?
I was given the choice of BCG or not since it is obligatory at home as well, I just brought my kid's home vax calendar to justify and that was it. Your pediatrician can certainly offer it to you, order and administer. It is easy. At the end I didn't have my kid vaxed since he ordered at a manufacturer who at that time had a big problem in Europe with serious secondary side-effects. You can still have your kid vaxed later.

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Old 15.12.2015, 15:59
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Re: Avoiding Vaccination?

Ho-hum...

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a6772501.html

Feel sorry for the kids of such parents...

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80 pupils at the primary school in Melbourne have been hit by the infectious disease after staff asked parents to be 'tolerate' of those who did not want to vaccinate their children
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Re: Avoiding Vaccination?

This page is German http://www.impfen-nein-danke.de/

and this woman has some information in English

http://www.alabasterliving.com/apps/search?q=vaccinate

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Re: Avoiding Vaccination?

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This page is German http://www.impfen-nein-danke.de/

and this woman has some information in English

http://www.alabasterliving.com/apps/search?q=vaccinate

Hope this helps and I don't get somebody hammering back
Jeez. Those lunatic fringe links help nobody. You've got absolutely no chance of avoiding a hammering.

Assuming your links represent your personal views, do you have any evidence to back up your idea that vaccination is damaging?
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