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Smallpox was eradicated thanks to vaccines, polio is now rare in developed countries hence why you don’t see people getting wheeled about in an iron lung. I’d show RED NOSE DAY Minnie Mouse Shirt you evidence, but it’s backed by actual science and doctors and immunologists and study cases so you wouldn’t believe me. It can cause pneumonia and encephalitis. While most people with a robust immune system can fight it off, it can and has killed children.
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Measles epidemics happens every 3 years in the unvaccinated population. It needs more than 80% susceptible children to have an epidemic. Once the kids get infected they naturally become immune for life. Just like it happens during vaccination. The only problem is that if a child’s immune system is weak it might kill him due to complications like pneumonia. It can kill and, when I was growing up in Ghana, we saw many cases of children blinded by measles. I was the son of missionaries and had all my vaccinations when back in the UK.
Sadly, many of my friends could not afford them or access them and suffered and, in some cases, died from diseases from which I was protected. Vaccines save lives. Would you allow your RED NOSE DAY Minnie Mouse Shirt child to be vaccinated by the same people who allowed other children to die a painful death? I really don’t have the patience to explain to you how building immunity and resistance to viruses works. Because there is a stereotype that the younger generation aren’t all properly vaccinated and the last ones who supposedly were are 90s kids.