In re: "conspiracy theories"...

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Registered: 09-09-2007
In re: "conspiracy theories"...
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Mon, 03-02-2009 - 2:49pm

I know that many provax like to dismiss the antivax crowd as "conspiracy theorists". Have any of them stopped to wonder why these beliefs are formed or do they simply imagine delusional schizophrenics on the other side of the computer screen? In any case, here's a nice timeline of documented medical experiments, some of which were even publicly apologized for.(seems Clinton had to do a lot of the apologies)

http://www.naturalnews.com/022383.html

Some key notes are the instances in which the patient or parent was not given full information before procedure or vaccine. Also the disturbing new as of recent that there are states invoking "gunpoint medicine" and forcing people to get vaccines with threats of jail and fines. Karl Marx would be proud.

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Registered: 06-24-2008
Thu, 03-05-2009 - 5:24pm

Of course I don't think you ladies are crazy ;-)

.. on the Hep B .. we did decline at birth with no problems at all. We're going to start his regular vaccinations at 2 months, but I am planning to have only one vaccine administered at a time. I don't give my pets more than one vaccine at a time .. I don't plan to do it to my baby, either!! :)






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Registered: 01-02-2009
Thu, 03-05-2009 - 6:10pm
Dr. Offit and Orac would both say you've gone over to the dark side. Glad to see you aren't listening to their pronouncements!
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Registered: 07-17-2005
Tue, 03-10-2009 - 6:01pm

Do your homework in advance. I was planning on doing one at a time too, but the MMR was not available when we went in. I had discussed it with the doctor and in his office, I gave in and let them give him the MMR. That was around 2003 I believe. The rubella alone was available, but the other two were not. I think this may change and of course different areas and different doctors will have different options. We didn't have a problem breaking up the Diphtheria, Pertussis, and Tetanus but I have since learned that doctors say they "can't" when sometimes they actually could if only they would try - but they don't. :)

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