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quote:Originally posted by SimmerApologies, esecallum, for being so dismissive of your second post (which I read first) because it was based on an unsupported, anonymous statement. No-one could say this about this post!I notice all of the quotes are from Ian Sinclair's "the vaccination debate", http://www.vaccinationdebate.com/web3.html, a very extensive site with some interesting points to make. I'm not convinced, however. Apart from anything else, vaccination costs a lot of money and has acknowledged side effects. Why would governments, with their very expert advisors and access to any information they want, persist with it if it weren't any good? Why would medical charities, with all their experience and expertise, make vaccination their first priority in alleviating poverty in Africa? Obvously a lot of very well informed people think it's is effective.