Regarding “No right to infect” (Letters, July 10), I keep missing something in the arguments of media parrots like Laurence Houlgate.
If you believe vaccinations for measles are safe and effective, why is it up to everyone else to get their shots so you don’t have to?
If you or your children are afraid of the measles and are vaccinated, how can you get sick from someone who is not vaccinated unless the vaccine doesn’t work?
Just because the global pharmaceutical industry has the money and political power to silence the doctors and virologists who oppose them doesn’t make them right.
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Science is never settled. Today’s indisputable truths are tomorrow’s ignorance and superstition, especially where profit-driven research is concerned.
If you’re not afraid of a factual, clearheaded rebuttal of the current measles hysteria, type in the link below and learn the difference between real reporting and talking points: http://www.lewrockwell.com/2015/04/bretigne-shaffer/first-they-came-for-theanti-vaxxers.