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Good doctor and an anti-vax mom.

May 23, 2019 5:54PM PDT

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LOL, that's great
May 23, 2019 6:05PM PDT

Using the "collusion conspiracy" against the "vaccination conspiracy" is hilarious.

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"Good doctor" indeed.
May 24, 2019 3:47PM PDT

He asks questions and listens to the answers, even for 'an eternity'.

I've noticed that vax discussions often feature names of parents of serious disease victims. (I do not doubt the disease, just the "cause" of it.)
First, science research is not about collecting anecdotes.
Second, why are there no anecdotes of unvaccinated people who are dealing with the results of smallpox and polio, to name two?

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Numbers and anecdotes
May 30, 2019 1:22AM PDT

Numbers don't do anything for people who do not realize its importance in research. Anecdotes easily appeal to our emotions. Good when used in charity, not so much in issues like vaccination.

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