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Well, this past summer when it was time for us to get the chicken pox booster that is required, the nurse got out two more needles for my 12 year old and I said, "whoa, what is that for?" She said, "well, they are not mandatory but one is for HPV and the other for meningitis." I said, "If it's not mandatory, you should ask me first." I wonder how many other parents just go in and let their kids shot with anything without asking or being asked? Needless to say my daughter did not get either because thankfully our doc did not recommend either at this time.

critty, Schools begin giving jabs for cervical cancer 64 Comments [9/27/2008 2:44:09 AM]
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Smith

Why the hell are you getting shots in the first place, you don't trust Jesus?

9/27/2008 2:45:19 AM

Mortok

So when your daughter dies of an easily preventable illness, you'll have no one to balme but yourself.

9/27/2008 2:47:02 AM

Sisyphus

Well don't come crying to me when you're daughter is having her reproductive organs ripped out because of cervical cancer (or meningitis for that matter).

9/27/2008 2:48:20 AM

Eden

Doesn´t sound fundie.
But her daughter will, of course, be very thankful if because of the missed HPV immunisation she gets cervical cancer one day ;)

9/27/2008 2:48:35 AM

threshold

As someone in the medical field, let me put it in layman's terms for you: fuck you you ignorant jackass.

9/27/2008 2:49:40 AM

SurfinSeaOtter

I'd never want my kids to have meningitis or HPV

9/27/2008 2:54:15 AM

Dracori

Yeah, I can see how much you want to protect your child. Just don't expect God to cure her for you when she becomes ill.

9/27/2008 2:54:55 AM

kingoftheheavies

I'm sure those little girls will understand you had their best intrests in mind when they're dying from cervical cancer.

Whore.

9/27/2008 3:01:08 AM

myheadhurts

Oh for FUCKING CRYING OUT LOUD!!! St!@#$%!@#% !@#$%#$^%

The Darwin Award is not for your children dumbass!

9/27/2008 3:01:20 AM

Fdragon

...so...you WANT your child to get HPV and meningitis then?

Abusive fucktard.

9/27/2008 3:01:22 AM

Jay-Sus

Your daughter is going to fucking die from a preventable disease. And you'll have no one to blame but yourself Satan.

9/27/2008 3:02:08 AM

Reverend Jeremiah

Whats up? You only HALF trust Jesus? You trust Jesus to protect your kids from HPV and meningitis..but you expect Jesus to fail you when it comes to Chicken pox?

9/27/2008 3:26:00 AM

Mayhem

And next we will target those evil, Satanic scoliosis exams in gym class!

9/27/2008 3:28:08 AM



Not fundie- smart. I agree that nurses should not inject kids with any vaccine without getting permission from the parents.(Especially ones that are not covered by the insurance and cost $300!)
As for the HPV shot, there are over 100 types of HPV, and there are about 30 that are spread through genital contact. Of these 30, more than a dozen cause cervical cancer.The HPV vaccine protects against 4 types (16, 18, 6 and 11).
So, the HPV shot cannot prevent a girl from getting HPV, or cervical cancer. It can help reduce the risk in some, and (since condoms do not protect against HPV) give a false sense of security in others:
"It's okay if you have HPV- I had the shot."

9/27/2008 4:17:41 AM

Beeblebrox

Needless to say my daughter did not get either because thankfully our doc did not recommend either at this time.

Yeah! F*** a simple vaccine to prevent cancer!! Who do these high and mighty doctors think they are, trying to eradicate deadly diseases like cervical cancer and spinal menangitis? This is an obvious blow at the very heart of the Christian faith.


You useless f***ing turd.

9/27/2008 4:33:42 AM

Mike

Don't run out crying when its your fault for your child's death then.

9/27/2008 4:52:56 AM

anonymous_troy

We must not play God by giving our children shots.

I, however, don't believe in God, so I'm immunized against everything, even religious mind-viruses...

9/27/2008 5:05:05 AM

ID82

Well it may not be recommeded at this time but it probably will when she gets older.

9/27/2008 5:12:25 AM

Pete

@ anonymous:

#741448

2008-Sep-27 04:17 AM

Especially ones that are not covered by the insurance and cost $300!)
As for the HPV shot, there are over 100 types of HPV, and there are about 30 that are spread through genital contact. Of these 30, more than a dozen cause cervical cancer.The HPV vaccine protects against 4 types (16, 18, 6 and 11).
So, the HPV shot cannot prevent a girl from getting HPV, or cervical cancer. It can help reduce the risk in some, and (since condoms do not protect against HPV) give a false sense of security in others:
"It's okay if you have HPV- I had the shot."



Seems that the anti-vaccination liars are just as bad as the liars-for Jebus.



9/27/2008 5:25:20 AM

clockworkgirl21

Not fundie- smart. I agree that nurses should not inject kids with any vaccine without getting permission from the parents.

The kids health should come before the parents' rights. I hate it that parents have that kind of control and power over their children.

9/27/2008 5:27:57 AM

Philbert McAdamia

LOL... "She didn't get the shot", Tom said needle-lessly.

9/27/2008 5:30:14 AM

SomeoneAwful

Imagine the nerve of a parent wanting to know what her daughter was going to be shot up with. It's appalling.

9/27/2008 5:50:40 AM

Jud

You do realize both of those things can kill your child, right?

It's fucked up, but true. You, asshole, may have just signed your own child's death certificate.

9/27/2008 5:56:28 AM

SomeoneAwful

You DO realize that vaccines can kill your child, right? I realize it because I had to sign waivers every time my children were vaccinated - the bottom line always read that there was a possibility (however slim) of death. You, Vaccinator (great anti-superhero name), may have just signed your own child's death warrant.

HPV doesn't kill anyone. Apparently most hetero women have one strain or the other of it - and only 3700 die per year in the US from cervical CANCER (which may or may not be due to HPV in individual cases); while the vaccine protects against a couple strains.

Hedging your bets is one thing; mass vaccination on the off chance of preventing a small handful of deaths (while protesting that not vaccinating is akin to murder) is another.

9/27/2008 6:13:52 AM

NecroVMX

So uh, what's this have to do with fundies at all?

9/27/2008 6:14:29 AM
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