A Missouri pediatrician is not planning to apologize for his facility’s Facebook post encouraging Kansas City-area residents to be “responsible” and get vacinated amid a measles “outbreak” in the area. While the doctor’s office encourages healthy discussions, it said it’s important to explain the “significance of vaccinations.”
The vaccine — after two doses — makes 97 percent of people develop immunity to measles, a highly contagious virus that’s airborne, Priority Care Pediatrics explained.
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That’s why the office requires patients to follow the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) immunization guidelines, which the organization says “has led to a greater than 99% reduction in measles cases compared with the pre-vaccine era.”
“While immunizations are still (inappropriately, unjustly, and selfishly) a hot-button for some, our practice … and numerous other organizations and groups around the globe have reached the truthful conclusion that immunizations are overwhelmingly safe and effective,” the doctor’s office stated in a comment online. “Vaccines save lives. Period. End of discussion.”
Some, however, begged to differ.
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