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So.. You Think Vaccine Kills Babies❓
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wanna tell that to this kid?
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Mother Of Baby Hospitalized With Horrific Chicken Pox Is Begging Parents To Vaccinate Their Kids

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Just watch the video
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If this lesson has one takeaway, it’s that memes aren’t facts. On this week’s Last Week Tonight, John Oliver examined how the strange persistence of fears about the dangers of vaccines has led to all sorts of dangerous public-health issues, including a recent outbreak of measles in Minnesota. You may have heard a few of these arguments before, but it’s worth it to hear John Oliver using sex with donkeys as a way to explain how you can’t prove a negative, and for his truly stellar use of fake inspirational quotes.

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Vaccines save lives – millions of them..
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Vaccines save lives – millions of them, in fact. If you disagree, then you can go in a specially designed box along with climate change deniers, astrologers, and flat-earthers which, when full, will be promptly launched into the sea.

Right. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s take a look at a concerning ruling that’s come out of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) recently.

A French man went to court after developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a lifelong autoimmune condition wherein your white blood cells attack a biological sheath covering your brain and spinal cord. He claimed it was because of a vaccine he received for hepatitis B. A plethora of research on the vaccine has hitherto failed to demonstrate any link with MS, but the man – known as “W” – won his case.

W received his course of inoculations between 1998 and 1999. In August of that year, W contracted symptoms of MS. Then, in 2006, his family attempted to sue the vaccine manufacturer, whom they blamed for his diagnosis...