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Andrea May 11
I grew up during a time where no one cared about your status to attend school. There was no epidemic. & no one was deathly afraid of & . Now industry funded "science" says all that was wrong. Sorry my generation knows better. 🤷‍♀️
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Physicians for Info May 14
Did you know that in 2013 a review of the U.S. varicella vaccine program revealed that reducing exposure to people infected with chickenpox has significantly increased the risk of shingles?
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Alan Rew 5h
This is an excellent thread about something we take for granted these days. What a huge contribution Jenner made to humanity.
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Autoimmunity Fix 7h
is also being explored as a possible future therapy for .
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Ali Hashmi 16h
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Afshine Emrani  MD FACC 5h
Today is the 270th birthday of , pioneer of who arguably saved more lives than anyone else in history. Here’s a photo of two children - one vaccinated against smallpox, the other not - from…
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Patriot May 18
and are Not the same thing.
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André Picard May 16
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🐱ねこたいちょっ。@風疹麻疹予防接種推進派 10h
【bot CRS】 If pregnant babies were infected, they are diagnosed with "Congenital Rubella Syndrome".It's famous three diseases.
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Severe Asthma CRE May 16
against MMR reduces development of by 10% and hospitalisation for asthma attacks by 27% in boys Dutch study of over 300,000 children: Commentary:
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Kristen Wells May 18
How stricter vaccine laws spared California from a major measles outbreak
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Hoosiers Vaccinate 7h
| is usually spread when a person ingests fecal matter — even in microscopic amounts — from contact with objects, food, or drinks contaminated by the feces or stool of an infected person. But it's preventable with :
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Cheryl Sadowski May 17
Today is the anniversary of Edward Jenner's birthday, May 17, 1749. Today is a day to celebrate millions of lives saved by
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YYC Health Nut 18h
A draft law in would fine parents for not vaccinating their kids against
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Physicians for Info May 17
Did you know that women with a history of mumps have been found to have a reduced risk of ovarian cancer? Click here to donate:
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Mütter Museum May 14
DYK on this day in 1796, the first was administered by ? This wax model of an arm infected with smallpox is a reminder of how gnarly smallpox is and how grateful we are for the vaccine!
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sallie bryant May 16
“Currently people think are safe but that is because the proper science to show otherwise is not being conducted. In fact, the hidden problems of will come to be seen as one of the most significant regulatory failures in US history.”
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Pug Hollow Sanctuary - A Senior Small Dog Hospice May 16
Your donation dollars at work. Each stack of tags represents 5 vaccinations. Now to engrave our info & dog names on each.
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Dr. Howard Smith Reports May 17
Roald Dahl Writes About Measles The author of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and “Matilda,” Roald Dahl, wrote in 1988 about his experience when his daughter died from measles.
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A Voice For Choice May 18
"Multiple studies and reviews have found no association between and except in rare cases," a 2015 article published by the states. can't hide the that CAN cause death. .
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