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Dr. Rick Kirschner
I know people now afraid to go out (FLU!, CORONA VIRUS, MEASLES). Seems to me we r being conditioned by media & hidden agents worldwide to fear infection. Singular idea hyped to address that promoted fear is liability free vaccination, though vaccines not always safe/ effective.
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Freedom2Q2Q Jan 24
Replying to @DrKND
May I share this photo on my Facebook?
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Dr. Rick Kirschner Jan 24
Replying to @FreedomWarriorQ
Not mine! But the point is valid. Here's another piece along the same lines for more context.
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Alice Summer Jan 23
Replying to @DrKND
The herd immunity is the protection of people around the one with protective antibodies (from the contact with wild virus or attenuated in a vaccine) through the prevention of the transmission. It wont work for 100% even with 100% vaccine coverage today as vaccine immunity wanes
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Alice Summer Jan 23
Replying to @DrKND
We need a combination:the risk groups need vaccination, healthy kids can survive a wild virus It's a personal choice between the risk of complications from an infection or the risk of a vaccine injury No herd immunity with vaccines which do not prevent transmission,only symptoms
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Amy Sweeney Jan 23
Replying to @DrKND
Isn’t Gates already working on a shot for this?$$$$$$
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Amy Sweeney Jan 23
Replying to @DrKND
Zika fears far out of public notice now but there was quite a lot of drama for awhile. Stoked up by media, as usual.
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Mrs. Nya Major, B.S. Jan 23
Replying to @DrKND
People who fear viruses, bacteria, and any other microscopic thing, are really fearing ghosts, spirits, demonic entities. At what point in our society will the masses of people mature to understand what they are really dealing with...
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Larry Scott Jan 23
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Barb🍀 Jan 23
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Alice Summer Jan 23
Replying to @Th3M3m3M4k3r @DrKND
The monovalent measles vaccine was introduced in 1963, MMR-I in 1971.
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