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Old 21 May 2015, 02:21 AM
Saitaina Saitaina is offline
 
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The best way you can debunk it is point out the literature with the effectiveness of vaccines (ie: how child mortality rates have risen as well as the eradication of diseases such as smallpox thanks to vaccine efforts).

Then there is the fact that SID's is a worldwide phenomenon, affecting children throughout centuries, long before vaccines were invented (back when we ran around rubbing scabs on our bodies and mixing tainted blood in open wounds to protect ourselves...so glad we now have shiny needles to make it easier).

And for a personal story, my uncle vaccinated his oldest child, who had seizures and is now mentally stunted to the age of a one year old. She had the worst and rarest side effect known...and he would still vaccinate his other child if he wasn't allergic to eggs and other ingredients in them (I swear my cousin is allergic to life). That is how much he trusts their safety.
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