A Rhetorical Question For Those Interested in Vaccination

ATeasd5941 ateasd5941 at aol.com
Fri Aug 15 20:28:19 EST 1997

Here's a rhetorical question for any doctors out there;

If you were to vaccinate a person with AIDS for, say, measles and then go
on to
vaccinate another person with the same needle, what would you expect
the outcome to be?

Knowing the outcome of that little exercise, it would be safe to assume
that any virus would pass on by using the same method.

So it would also be safe to assume that when Dr Edward Jenner discovered
innoculation he also gave birth to the first iatrogenic illnesses which
being passed from generation to generation today. ( A challenge to 
you to prove me wrong) I hardly think the first injections where 
sterilised or had the needles changed, why would they? In the late
18th century they would not have known different.

A warning for the future I think, it is also something to think about when
behave as if your patient is being a nuisance. If they have an inherited
chronic illness remember where it could have come from, and humble

Time for medicine to slow down because of what catastrophies are possible,
afterall who wants to be in the most hated profession of all time? It does
not need to be like that with a little common sence and the right


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