In Vermont, 90% of children who were vaccinated got whooping cough anyway - page 2
90% whooping cough in Vermont So going by this data, the more doses a child recieves, the more likely they are to contract whooping cough. So the unvaccinated children do much, much better having recieved no vaccinations... Read More
- 0Jan 21, '13 by Glycerine82Quote from GarethausReally? That's how you read it? So if 98% of the people who develop measles have been vaccinated against measles, that means that the measles vaccine has a 2% success rate? Ok. Gotcha.90% whooping cough in Vermont http://www.vaxchoicevt.com/wp-conten...-pertussis.jpg
So going by this data, the more doses a child recieves, the more likely they are to contract whooping cough.
So the unvaccinated children do much, much better having recieved no vaccinations compared those who have been, is how I'm reading it.
This is why the whole idea of vaccination needs to be challenged.
Nurses need to promote childrens health, not destroy it.
"No day but today"
- 4Jan 26, '13 by subeeWhen I was a little kid, whooping cough was common. Let's assume that the drivel the OP posted was correct. That means that the vaccinated kids didn't die - and lots of little kids DID die with whooping cough. I hope OP isn't a nurse because the ignorance is embarrassing.
- 2Feb 9, '13 by NellieRN10I am constantly amazed that educated nurses don't trust/believe when it comes to vaccinations. Half the nurses I work with don't support vaccinations. It is simple germ theory with almost a 100 years of research to support it! We are supposed to be spreading knowledge, not bad data and conspiracy theories!