Letter to the editor: Vaccine curiosity
I find it curious that every time there is an outbreak of flu, chicken pox or the latest — measles — there is an accompanying alarm and outcry for vaccination — not, interestingly enough, from the people who have not been vaccinated and are supposedly at great risk, but instead from people who have already received vaccines.
Common sense tells me that if vaccines are truly as effective as doctors and Big Pharma lead people to believe, then those who have already been vaccinated have no need to worry that they will contract the headline-making illness. Furthermore, doctors should have no fear that a non-vaccinated person sitting in the waiting room will infect other patients who have been vaccinated.
Is it possible that, despite all the hype, those in the vaccine camp have doubts or secretly question the safety or efficacy of vaccines? Do those who choose to say “no” to some or even all vaccines know something that the “experts” also know but are not sharing?