or not vaccinate? That is the
question. For me it's not really a
question. I'm all in favor of preventing
preventable diseases. I'm also in favor
of looking both ways before I cross the street and other logical precautionary
things that are within my control. But
others take a different stance for their own reasons. I totally get that. I often bite into a steaming hot slice of
pizza, even though I know there are things I could do to prevent the roof of my
mouth from falling off.
is ongoing and relentless. Sure,
measles, mumps and rubella come with rashes, fever, muscle pain, which could all
lead to brain swelling or death … but there are bigger problems facing us on a
daily basis! Let's agree to disagree on
how to treat preventable diseases and focus on these 7 vaccines that we can all
get on board with.
Now let's get some clinical trials going so we can get these much needed vaccines out to the masses! Any seasoned mother can agree that these are necessary and vital. Any unseasoned mother just needs a bit more time to come around. I'm confident that eventually we'll all agree.