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    You can go private and have one at a time or MMR,our had it and no issues. Too those that don't approve don't you have a moral position to safe guard the welfare of the general public and how would you react if your unvaccinated child picked up Measles ? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-48039524

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      In My Opinion people who refuse to vaccinate their kids are idiots.
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      If I had kids they would be vaccinated as soon as possible.

      People forget that theres a reason why we have vaccinations - measles, mumps and rubella are not 'simple childhood illnesses'. They can cause long term physical damage (deafness, growth problems, lung problems etc) and can even kill.
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      MMR is now inextricably linked with inducing autism. Proven to be false, probably, but there's patently huge numbers of parents out there not willing to take the risk.
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      In My Opinion people who refuse to vaccinate their kids are idiots.
      I saw a post on Facebook the other that I thought was quite funny, it was something like:

      In school “why do I have to go to science lessons, they’re boring and I don’t need to know it anyway”
      As an adult “vaccines are dangerous. Climate change isn’t real”
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      If I had kids they would be vaccinated as soon as possible.

      People forget that theres a reason why we have vaccinations - measles, mumps and rubella are not 'simple childhood illnesses'. They can cause long term physical damage (deafness, growth problems, lung problems etc) and can even kill.
      My youngest son (now 17) had a very bad reaction to his first jabs. On doctors advice he didn't have anymore, but personally I do believe all kids should have it.
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      MMR is now inextricably linked with inducing autism. Proven to be false, probably, but there's patently huge numbers of parents out there not willing to take the risk.

      Which highlights the lack of knowledge and understanding of medicine. Vaccines do not cause autism, they do prevent horrible illnesses.
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      MMR is now inextricably linked with inducing autism. Proven to be false, probably, but there's patently huge numbers of parents out there not willing to take the risk.
      The alleged risk has comprehensively trashed by huge numbers of specialists in the field and needs to be challenged at every opportunity. Its the very definition of fake news. The large increases in measals cases is a very worrying fact. Many people do not realise just how dangerous it can be.
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      Quote Originally Posted by PILTDOWN MAN View Post
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      My youngest son (now 17) had a very bad reaction to his first jabs. On doctors advice he didn't have anymore, but personally I do believe all kids should have it.

      It’s people like your son who can’t have vaccines who need everyone who can have them to have them.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hark, Preston Park View Post
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      MMR is now inextricably linked with inducing autism. Proven to be false, probably, but there's patently huge numbers of parents out there not willing to take the risk.
      There is no probably about it. It is false. Unfortunately, social media has played a part in spreading false fears.

      For every one child who isn't vaccinated, they can infect 15 others. I survived measles when I was 6 but many children weren't so lucky. Vaccinations wiped out smallpox, and measles should not be a worry nowadays.
      Many Mums think it is a childhood disease, but it can cause blindness, deafness, meningitis and encephalitis, and death.
      Please please please vaccinate your children.
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