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Old 09-26-2012, 08:38 AM - Thread Starter
 
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http://www.greenmedinfo.com/guide/health-guide-vaccine-research

 

This is a long list of studies and articles.

 


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Wow, that has a ton of articles! Thanks for sharing.

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ditto.  2 months away and still not sure what to do!  need all the info I can get.

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Excellent source of information. Thanks--I had not seen this one before.

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you don't need to 'do' anything..just take your time, and read, read,  and read some more...you can always delay vaccines, but you can't take them back once they're done.   Simply say you are delaying for now until you are more educated on the issue. 

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ditto.  2 months away and still not sure what to do!  need all the info I can get.

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I love this one about herd immunity:
http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/herd-immunity-flawed-science-and-mass-vaccination-failures


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ditto.  2 months away and still not sure what to do!  need all the info I can get.

Please take your time. Don't feel compelled to do anything until you are certain one way or the other. I'm not telling you not to vaccinate, just make sure you get all the info you can before you do. I was unsure but got my child a few vaccines (though my gut was screaming at me not to). It's my biggest parenting regret. If I had taken my time and just waited, I would've done things differently. Good luck.


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you don't need to 'do' anything..just take your time, and read, read,  and read some more...you can always delay vaccines, but you can't take them back once they're done.   Simply say you are delaying for now until you are more educated on the issue. 

 

Sure - but delaying is a choice, and potentially does risk exposuring your child to more risk than is necessary from vaccine preventable diseases. Just want to point out that putting off a decision is in effect a decision to delay vaccinating....

 

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