The Truth about Vaccines: A response to our critics
Trimelda September 6, 2014
And now the Vatican has condemned vaccines made from aborted babies. What do you say now on this issue?
karen dufresneMay 7, 2010
As a nurse and a grandmother I have heard and seen both sides of this discussion. There are other ways of dealing with vacinations, the main thing my daughter did was space out the injections. Instead of the child receiving 3-5 vacines at one time - we took them back every month to get a new one. Takes diligance on the adult part but we saw less reactions and less pain for the children. Made my daughter and I feel better too.
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