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DemocratSinceBirth

(99,708 posts)
Tue Jan 10, 2017, 04:53 PM Jan 2017

Do you believe the benefits of vaccination outweigh the costs? * [View all]

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I voted yes, but there isn't even a question, really. HassleCat Jan 2017 #1
There is one thing that is forgotten in this debate Angry Dragon Jan 2017 #2
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I am sorry ............. when did he get his vaccine?? Angry Dragon Jan 2017 #12
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I am sorry you and your family had to go through this Angry Dragon Jan 2017 #23
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I read a fascinating book about the anthrax vacinne used in the first gulf war citood Jan 2017 #5
Probably because it's wrong. Act_of_Reparation Jan 2017 #13
Um, costs? Are you implying something besides the dollar value of vaccinations? LonePirate Jan 2017 #4
The poll speaks for itself. It's unanimous. DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #6
So, this was just for attention? nt procon Jan 2017 #16
Why would you impugn a stranger's motives? DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #18
You first. nt procon Jan 2017 #19
Whose motives did I impugn? DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #21
There are potential costs citood Jan 2017 #7
I did not perceive it that way. Also, there is an asterisk next to "costs?*" that hints at risks. TheBlackAdder Jan 2017 #30
Absolutely. I'm old enough to remember the polio outbreaks and went to school with kids Arkansas Granny Jan 2017 #8
My dad's sister died in childhood too. hunter Jan 2017 #20
Odd that you used polio as an example. KamaAina Jan 2017 #9
If you grew up in the early 50's you remember polio. longship Jan 2017 #10
I remember polio. SwissTony Jan 2017 #29
As a polio survivor cyclonefence Jan 2017 #11
Thank goodness for Dr. Jonas Salk - and the Polio vaccine... asiliveandbreathe Jan 2017 #14
I believe your question sucks. procon Jan 2017 #15
I find it sad that you would impugn the motives of a fellow denizen of this board. DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #22
Buck up buttercup. You 'sad' doesn't come close to the disgusting insinuation procon Jan 2017 #24
There you go again DemocratSinceBirth Jan 2017 #25
My brother had polio at age 5 katmondoo Jan 2017 #26
Lead & Mercury? Our water exposes us to more. One gets more exposure touching fake silver jewelry. TheBlackAdder Jan 2017 #27
I had to choose "Yes" rock Jan 2017 #28
At the pedatric office where I work, the current... 3catwoman3 Jan 2017 #32
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