AskUs: Why are vaccinations controversial?

October 6, 2016
Comments (7)
  1. Sam says:

    Incorrect from the first sentence. Vaccines were controversial far earlier than Wakefield’s study. Any chump can find evidence of this. So either you’re being deliberately misleading (this is propaganda), or you don’t know much about vaccination at all, so I don’t know why you posted this article. Read up fool.

    1. Admin says:

      Any proof for whatever I have posted is more than welcome.

    2. Kesselbrut says:

      As we can clearly see, Sam is a penguine and as we all know penguines are liars, so don’t listen to him!

      Btw: Proof to your thesis or you are a penguine…

  2. Denise kenny says:

    You are mistaken. Dr Andrew Wakefield was exonerated. Get your facts straight

    1. Admin says:

      Proof? He lost his license. He wasn’t exonerated.

    2. Randon says:

      Look guys, I found one!

  3. Shirshajit says:

    It is only commonplace in the the first-world countries for people to fret about things of little importance. Living in Bangladesh (developing, 2-3rd world country), not taking vaccines is much more lethal than that rare chance of some other disease. In addition to that, the all of the people who work in the medical and scientific research sectors agree that vaccines do not cause autism, so why worry?

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