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  #2358685 21-Nov-2019 14:17
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kingdragonfly: Every time I see an anti-vaccine post, inevitably it's without any link to proof.

Deaths caused by vaccination are extremely rare, around one per 500,000.

A person is far more likely to be seriously or fatally injured by a disease prevented by vaccines than by a vaccine itself.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4599698/


People don't understand statistics and risk - benefit analysis.

To many people who think with their heart, something is either fully good or fully bad. Which does not exist in this world. But they don't understand that. Too complicated. Wifi - bad. Money - good. Beard - bad. Pakeha - good. Faeces - bad. Fertiliser - good. For example.





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The sooner they make it compulsory requirement of going to a  school or workplace, which essentially forces people to get it done, the better. One problem though is that there is also a lack of vaccines. I have been on the waiting list for months for the measles one, as children have priority. Which begs the question as to why it takes a a big breakout to get this addressed.


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  #2358765 21-Nov-2019 15:44
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mattwnz:

 

The sooner they make it compulsory requirement of going to a  school or workplace, which essentially forces people to get it done, the better. One problem though is that there is also a lack of vaccines. I have been on the waiting list for months for the measles one, as children have priority. Which begs the question as to why it takes a a big breakout to get this addressed.

 

 

Regular formula revision. Mix that with multiple suppliers, who update for different strands every 6 months with the season cycle. You can't always have enough of the new stuff on-hand


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