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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #126 on: December 11, 2019, 09:50:57 pm »
A doctor's examination found my wife's breast cancer. Well, a small lump. A ct scan and biopsy later confirmed breast cancer. Listen to Purplelady and Icno. Cancer is nothing to play around with.
My mother passed away from ovarian cancer 26 years ago, she thought and so did her general doctor that the doctor he had referred her too did a total hysterectomy.  He didn't know nor did she that the ob/gyn at the time only did a partial so she didn't get the routine stuff done. People said we should have sued her doctors but we just didn't do that because as my dad said it would not bring her back so what was the point but she was adamant that my sister and I get routine exams and I encourage all women to do so.
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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #127 on: December 11, 2019, 10:45:28 pm »
My mother passed away from ovarian cancer 26 years ago, she thought and so did her general doctor that the doctor he had referred her too did a total hysterectomy.  He didn't know nor did she that the ob/gyn at the time only did a partial so she didn't get the routine stuff done. People said we should have sued her doctors but we just didn't do that because as my dad said it would not bring her back so what was the point but she was adamant that my sister and I get routine exams and I encourage all women to do so.

That is so sad to hear. Please accept my condolences. That has to be a tough one to take. I guess you were kind of young at the time. That makes it hard.

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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #128 on: December 12, 2019, 05:46:27 am »
That is so sad to hear. Please accept my condolences. That has to be a tough one to take. I guess you were kind of young at the time. That makes it hard.
I was 29.5, so.not as.young as someone who.loses their parent when they are in their teens or younger. All.of my high school friend's parents were young when they had them so many are still around and in their 70's. My parents had had 3 other kids before me so they were in their 30's when I came along.
Thank you for that and time heals most wounds but it still makes it sad that she missed seeing me getting married, grand children born and adopted and even great grandchildren. 
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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #129 on: December 12, 2019, 10:35:03 am »
I was 29.5, so.not as.young as someone who.loses their parent when they are in their teens or younger. All.of my high school friend's parents were young when they had then so many are still around and in their 70's. My parents bad had 3 other kids before me so they were in their 30's when I came along.
Thank you for that and time heals most wounds but it still makes it sad that she missed seeing me getting married, grand children born and adopted and even great grandchildren.

29 is still pretty young to lose a parent. I was about 32 when I lost my father. It's pretty tough on you. Again, my condolences.

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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #130 on: December 13, 2019, 08:36:21 pm »
My mother passed away from ovarian cancer 26 years ago, she thought and so did her general doctor that the doctor he had referred her too did a total hysterectomy.  He didn't know nor did she that the ob/gyn at the time only did a partial so she didn't get the routine stuff done. People said we should have sued her doctors but we just didn't do that because as my dad said it would not bring her back so what was the point but she was adamant that my sister and I get routine exams and I encourage all women to do so.

Sorry to hear about that. I had a great Aunt that died from that too. I myself get checked every year for that, since I had endetrimoses bad.

Plus I had one ovary removed, it was a binine tumor age 30. After I had the ovary removed never had cramps after that.

Keep up the good attitude, time does heal wounds.

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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #131 on: December 16, 2019, 12:23:22 pm »
New Jersey eliminates religious excuses for not vaccinating children.

The  New Jersey Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee approved the bill (A3818) by a 6-4 vote Thursday. Even before the hearing, the measure was listed on Monday’s agenda for action by the full 40-member body.

But hundreds of parents amassed outside the Statehouse in Trenton anyway. The crowds started arriving hours before the afternoon hearing. Hundreds of sign-waving, child-toting parents queued up in the first-floor hallway waiting for space inside the committee room. Before the hearing began, the audience recited the “Serenity Prayer."

They said they were outraged by what they see as government intrusion in violation of their First Amendment right of religious freedom. They vowed to pull their children out of school or move out of New Jersey.

They vowed?  LMAO
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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #132 on: December 29, 2019, 03:41:13 pm »
This happened over a year ago, the article was scrubbed till now!

"ANTI-VACCINE ITALIAN GOVERNMENT SACKS ENTIRE HEALTH EXPERT BOARD"

https://www.newsweek.com/anti-vaccine-italian-government-sacks-entire-health-expert-board-1242759

what's most interesting, is Newsweek is not exactly a conservative periodical!
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Re: Making the Vaccine Decision
« Reply #133 on: January 22, 2020, 05:07:21 pm »
Just read about the water.. If any hasn't I'll inform you...

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The contamination of U.S. drinking water with man-made "forever chemicals" is far worse than previously estimated with some of the highest levels found in Miami, Philadelphia and New Orleans, said a report on Wednesday by an environmental watchdog group.

The chemicals, resistant to breaking down in the environment, are known as perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS. Some have been linked to cancers, liver damage, low birth weight and other health problems."

just read that and no vaccine..

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