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post #1 of 25
Thread Starter 

I would like to share with the community a college research paper I wrote last month on the deadliness of vaccines.  It is about 8 pages long and I did roughly 100 hours of research.  I did receive an A from my professor.  I think this would be helpful to anyone wanting to learn more and also to share with others in a condensed format instead of trying to share multiple articles. My work is heavily cited as well.   Enjoy!

 

I uploaded my paper to Scribd. http://www.scribd.com/full/41937847?access_key=key-2mo2p5b3ld0ay1x5txf2

post #2 of 25
Thanks! I can't wait to read it. just out of curiosity, why you chose this topic?
post #3 of 25
Thread Starter 

I wrote it on this topic for two reasons.  The first one being a new mom who is very concerned with vaccines and two because I wanted to have something to show my family and friends when they questioned my decision to not vaccinate.

post #4 of 25

It's great. I have something written out as well, but I feel like I could just go on forever about the subject. I like how you have everything cited. I need to redo mine to make it more...official sounding. smile.gif

post #5 of 25
Thread Starter 

Yea I had to do that for the class, but I also wanted to make sure my paper was factual and had the proof to back it up. 

post #6 of 25

Awesome paper!!! thanks for sharing! thumb.gif

post #7 of 25
Thread Starter 

Thank you! I hope anyone who reads it feels better about their decision to not vaccinate.  If anyone is interested I know a TON of websites that can help you learn more.

post #8 of 25

 I like how you presented the "normal" reactions and the "rare" reactions, in a split box. You look like you've read some good books and studies and have a good start on things  :)

Did your professor have any comments to you about the paper? 

 

post #9 of 25

Great paper! thanks for sharing :)

post #10 of 25
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by bbrandonsmom View Post

 I like how you presented the "normal" reactions and the "rare" reactions, in a split box. You look like you've read some good books and studies and have a good start on things  :)

Did your professor have any comments to you about the paper? 

 


Nah she didnt.  Probably didnt want to start a discussion on it.  I have no idea if she even has kids to begin with.  But I hope it made her think.

 

post #11 of 25
Your link is not opening. greensad.gif
post #12 of 25

I am trying to access this paper as well and cannot. Just brings up a blank page. Is there another way to access it?

post #13 of 25

It wont open for me either greensad.gif

 

Could you repost the link?  I cant wait to read it...

 

Thanks!

post #14 of 25

Oh I would LOVE to read this but keep getting a blank site, can you please re-post it? Or is there a certain software I should download in order to read it?  Thanks!!

post #15 of 25

I would love to read your paper but the link you provided just comes up with a blank page. 

post #16 of 25

dying to read this!!!  my sister has to write a research paper on vaccines and has asked for my help since we don't vaccinate.  I would love to raed your paper to get some ideas, etc........PLEASE re-post the link...it comes up blank.  :)

post #17 of 25

Count me in as another who would love to read this. I have a friend who is on the fence w/ vaccinations and she might be interested in this as well.

post #18 of 25

I'd really love to read this, too. Please repost!

post #19 of 25

PM'ing the OP to see if she'll repost - in case she hasn't been back to the thread recently.  =)

post #20 of 25

Any word?

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