"Likewise, I recognize that all things carry risk - vaccines, too. A small percentage of people will have adverse reactions - though the supposed autism connection was rooted in a fraudulent study (look it up)."
I tried to post comments, but none have appeared. It seems Zach Mitcham has his mind made up and doesn't want to really learn about this issue. KTVZ--Bend, OR
Crystal Nelson: "I would rather know that my kids are going to be safe and possibly even avoid death rather than being autistic."
This is extremely one-sided coverage. I posted comments. Reuters
"'It's very clear that vaccinating at sick visits improves the vaccination rate,' said Dr. Alexander Fiks, a pediatrician at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, who was not part of this study.
"'For parents, what I would say is, don't be afraid to get vaccines at sick visits because, for most kids with minor illnesses, it's really no problem. Medically, it's fine,' he added."
Since doctors see nothing wrong with injecting mercury, aluminum and live viruses into kids, I'm sure vaccinating them when they're already sick is fine too. I posted a comment.