Wrong. Ibuprofen (which is the chemical in Motrin) is a very potent anti-pyretic (fever-reducer):
~I'm sure this is not the case and that scientists are not taking actual fetal tissue at the moment.~
There is no fetal tissue in a vaccine.
On the other hand, they do use human cells from
>>I can understand the use of a pro-life website to show the "other side's" point of view, especially if there aren't any pro-lifers here willing to answer the question. And I agree with you on being skeptical of vaccines.<<
really I thought I did answer the question.
How strange ... it is the pro-choicers who choose not to vaccinate :p
I don't trust medicine in general, for any purpose. As an example, Tylenol scares me to no end.
I welcome any and all new information on vaccines, as I like to be able to argue with doctors effectively :) The way vaccines were grown was something I actually did not know before and reading all of the information and doing research has def. helped my mind grow :)
- Andie - Expecting CharlieWould have a siggy but for some reason Photobucket thinks I'm out of bandwidth
I can understand the use of a pro-life website to show the "other side's" point of view, especially if there aren't any pro-lifers here willing to answer the question. And I agree with you on being skeptical of vaccines.
About pro-lifers vaccinating, I think it's the same reason that a lot of them would never consider adopting an unwanted child themselves. It's really easy to tell other people that abortion is wrong, but when it comes to taking care of the born children who don't have homes or not vaccinating their own children, it's a lot harder to keep that pro-life stance. Obviously, that doesn't go for everyone, but that thought has crossed my mind.