Thursday, April 20, 2017

Pediatrician’s Message Goes Viral: ‘In My Practice You Will Vaccinate And You Will Vaccinate On Time’



Pediatrician’s Message Goes Viral: ‘In My Practice You Will Vaccinate And You Will Vaccinate On Time’

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Humpf! Okay - we're outta here! Parental decision. And I'll leave before you call CPS, because my child is still MY responsibility, and I am breaking no law.

General P. Malaise said...

if vaccines are so great why do the vaccinated masses worry about the unvaccinated.

Anonymous said...

So typical of one-size-fits-all medical practice. So typical of educated people who think they know better than others and should make all decisions for others. Also, I have always wondered, "If vaccines protect from disease, then why are vaccinated children at risk of catching disease from my unvaccinated children?"

Anonymous said...

Good for you! It is about time the medical profession put some teeth into their policies.

My daughter is a physician (vaccinated), who was exposed to measles in her first trimester, by a non-vaxxer. The exposure killed her unborn child, causing a miscarriage of a very wanted, hoped for & prayed for first baby.

If you are stupid enough to disregard all the science behind vaccinations, then have enough integrity to NOT bring your child to the doctor when they get measles. The measles virus can live for THREE DAYS on the surfaces in the exam rooms.

Anonymous said...

To anonymous at 2:59 -

I am sorry for your loss, but you said your daughter was vaccinated. According to folks like the pediatrician above, being vaccination means that you should not be able to pass the virus on to others; in essence, your daughter is supposed to NOT get measles, in spite of exposure. Furthermore, miscarriage happens all the time, for a variety of reasons, known and unknown. Was the fetus tested for measles? If so, that should make an interesting medical journal entry regarding the case that vaccinated mothers can pass a virus on to their fetus; therefore, vaccination is not proved to prevent others from getting the virus, even if you do not get it.

Anonymous said...

"If vaccines protect from disease, then why are vaccinated children at risk of catching disease from my unvaccinated children?"

Read the post.
Children with other serious health problems are not properly protected.

Anonymous said...

200 years ago no child was vaccinated and they all ate organic food and drank unpasteurized milk.

Most of them died before adulthood.