May 25, 2013 at 11:36 pm #257769
How do you decide whether to vaccinate, or not?
JABBED is a 90-minute documentary that seeks to start a new conversation around vaccination.
Sunday May 26 at 8:30pm on SBS One.
JABBED reveals how vaccination is a key part of public health, yet also acknowledges that there are real and rare risks. Many people, understandably, have questions and concerns. In a world of information overload and conflicting stories, JABBED asks how do you reach a thoughtful, informed decision?
This website provides a place where you can hear stories, exchange ideas and discuss what might be done better. This is an SBS website. It is not supported by funds from any external organisation. For advice concerning your own health situation, you should seek independent medical advice.May 26, 2013 at 1:34 am #532582jaydatooMember
so how was it? Don’t have tv connected here.May 26, 2013 at 2:29 am #532583HummerKeymaster
I didn’t get to watch it either, but I plan to catch it online this week sometime. I reckon it would be interesting doco to watch.August 6, 2013 at 9:29 pm #532584OutaboxMember
To vaccinate or not?
Some issues were discussed on an earlier thread:
Those interested in this issue may like to see some recent articles on HPV/Gardarsil:
And when you might think that things can’t get worse, around the corner comes this:
The mainstream should be rethinking its beliefs and practices.August 7, 2013 at 8:48 pm #532585
jaydatoo post=356221 wrote: so how was it? Don’t have tv connected here.
Hi jaydatoo, you can still watch the program online at the url above, in my first post.August 7, 2013 at 10:08 pm #532586Starting OverMember
I really don’t have an opinion and I haven’t watched the show BUT… My daughter copped a huge dose of chicken pox a couple of years after she’d been immunised for it… Her left ear was 5 times her right and her hair on the left side is not as thick as on her right, even today…. The doctor said she would of got it anyway….. And those few words changed the way I look at immunisation…August 8, 2013 at 12:19 pm #532587AirgeadMember
Immunisation us the single greatest breakthrough in health in the whole of human history. I do not say this lightly. Millions of people have been saved by immunisation.
The anti vac lobby are dangerous quacks peddling pseudo scientific gobbldygook designed to trick the gullible and foolish. They should be locked up as a menace to societyAugust 8, 2013 at 3:03 pm #532588
Starting Over post=357727 wrote: I really don’t have an opinion and I haven’t watched the show BUT… My daughter copped a huge dose of chicken pox a couple of years after she’d been immunised for it… Her left ear was 5 times her right and her hair on the left side is not as thick as on her right, even today…. The doctor said she would of got it anyway….. And those few words changed the way I look at immunisation…
Imagine the likely effects of a full-blown infection of chickenpox.
Apart from all the usual symptoms we know of, I just read that, “Chickenpox is believed to be the cause of one third of stroke cases in children”.August 12, 2013 at 1:22 am #532589GirlFridayMember
I would be VERY cautious in believing anything printed by NaturalNews. Take it all with a dose of salt.
I work in healthcare- until we bought our house I was a paediatric nurse at one of the large children’s hospitals in town.
I have two boys who have been diagnosed with ASD. All my kids are vaccinated and I would do it all over again.
Neither of them had the chickenpox vaccine though- I refused it.
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