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I'm not in this situation... but I've read that many people are asked/made to sign a waiver indicating that they're at fault if something happens to their child due to non-vaxing.<br><br>
So could you CYA if you submitted a statement saying you believed that your choice to not vax was in your child's best interest and you would not hold the physician responsible if your child contracted a VPD?<br><br>
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And you can get them to counter sign another form on the basis that IF you agreed to vaccinate, that the doctor would guarantee no harm would arise, and would take person responsibility for the results of an action that they alone were pushing.<br><br>
They won't of course, but it rocks them, because they start to realise the hypocrisy of it all.
 

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I've often thought of doing that. Since the laws either have or will make big pharma blameless... stick it to the docs who are pushing the stuff!
 

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I just posted about this on another post entitled "why". I know people that have written their own and others that have taken a red pen and crossed out the parts of the waiver they disagreed with.<br><br>
Basically you are setting yourself up for a lawsuit in the event of an "epidemic" and, this is my paranoid mind at work, you are possibly setting yourself up for child endangerment charges.<br><br>
I like the idea of asking a doc to sign a counter waiver. I did that very thing and of course, she just kind of laughed and thought I was joking. I should have pursued it but switched doctors instead.
 

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I always have refused to sign. There is no law that requires that you HAVE to sign ANY consent forms whatsoever.<br>
Even when one of my dd's had to have surgery, I refused to sign the form saying I would NOT hold them liable. I told them flat out that I would hold them liable.
 
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