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Nurse Offers Interesting Solution For Parents Who Don’t Want To Vaccinate Their Kids

“Yes, we tell you to get vaccinated to protect yourself, but it’s so much bigger than that.”

Vaccination continues to be a major issue for parents and medical professionals. Some people still refuse to vaccinate their children due to myths about vaccines. To prove a point, one nurse decided to offer a solution for those who are wary of vaccination. Her post has since gone viral for interesting reasons.

Meggy Doodle is a nurse in Monterey, California. Frustrated with people insisting that vaccination is just a scam, Doodle decided to give skeptics another option. She wrote that anyone who doesn’t trust doctors to vaccinate their children should consider not going to the hospital for other medical reasons.

This nurse isn’t impressed with your argument for refusing vaccination.

Doodle pointed out that people who think “Big Pharma” just wants to cash in on an unnecessary medication should be allowed to do so. However, they shouldn’t expect any help from medical professionals.

“If they think that ‘Big pharma’ is just trying to turn a profit or poison us all… they should be allowed to believe that. But the caveat to that is this: Then they should NOT go to the doctor or the hospital when they get sick, looking for treatment.”

The nurse wrote that “Big Pharma” is responsible for all types of medication. In line with that, there would be no point in going to the hospital.

“It’s not just about YOU.”

It’s an amazing post from a medical expert. Doodle just wants people to know that vaccination is not a tool to make more money.

“Everything has risks. Everything has side effects. Medicine is not perfect,” she wrote. Doodle added that “science has PROVEN [that vaccination is] the most effective method of controlling the spread of disease.

Do you think that this nurse has a point? Should people continue to refuse vaccines for their own children? Or is it time to submit to vaccination? Let us know in the comments below.

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