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They are concerned about a whole range of reported side effects, including serious allergic reactions, seizures, brain damage, Guillaine-Barre Syndrome and death.)Of course, there are also the former Merck scientists-turned-whistleblowers, who claim that Merck “failed to disclose that its mumps vaccine was not as effective as Merck represented, (ii) used improper testing techniques, (iii) manipulated testing methodology, (iv) abandoned undesirable test results, (v) falsified test data” and the list goes on. Yes, but each parent needs to decide for themselves which studies they consider trustworthy and which ones they don’t.“Freedom doesn’t get much more personal than the right of individuals to choose what is put into their bodies, and to accept or reject medical procedures.”~ To mandate vaccines is to require individuals to risk injury or death (both known adverse effects of vaccines) against their will, then deprive them of legal recourse if something goes wrong.It violates the American Medical Associations Code Of Ethics which requires informed , and it is opposed by both a large doctors association and several nurses associations. As one primary care physician put it, “Who wouldn’t love a business model with a captive market, no liability concerns, free advertising and promotion by government agencies, and a free enforcement mechanism from local schools?And when my husband got hurt on our farm this year, we opted for an MRI when chiropractic care didn’t seem to be enough.I am not anti-medicine or anti-doctor, but I am in favor of being an informed consumer.Whether you’ll be the first to line up to get the next 200 vaccines in the pipeline or none at all is not the issue.As parents, we must defend each other’s right to make that choice on a case-by-case basis.

The 0.2% chance of death by measles requires that I (or my child) beat the ENORMOUS odds to even get measles in the first place.*The same odds hold pretty steady for measles injury, except car injury wins out even more.

Do we really think that stuff only happens in far away places?

As healthcare consumers and parents, we need to risk being “rude” and ask our care providers hard questions, like: Just as importantly, when pharmaceutical companies claim to have ”behaved responsibly, ethically and humanely,” we need to educate ourselves about what that might mean.

I believe we all ought to ask some questions about that. William Thompson, an active CDC senior scientist who recently said in a statement through his lawyers that he and his co-authors omitted “statistically significant information” in a 2004 study.

The data suggested that “African American males who received the MMR vaccine before age 36 months were at increased risk for autism.” (As a side note, the parents I have spoken with who have voiced concerns about vaccines are not specifically concerned with autism.