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Text Box:  On a recent E.R. television show, an unvaccinated child was brought in to the hospital dying from measles. Believing that vaccines were dangerous, the parents did not vaccinate their children so they were portrayed in a bad light.  Doctors were able to make comments like “There is no link to autism and vaccination,” “these fringe fanatics are going to start another epidemic of Smallpox” also “The mother took her unvaccinated children to Europe” and at the end when the child died, the doctor looks at the parents with a very disapproving look that said, “what did you expect to happen when you don’t vaccinate?” 

At first I wondered what would cause a TV. show to use a benign childhood disease like measles for such a strong storyline. Then the very first commercial was for a new vaccine called Prevnar, the pieces of the puzzle were falling into place.  The mentioning of Europe tied in Doctor Wakefield and his autism theory, he’s from England. It seems to me that if pharmaceutical companies have enough money to pay for advertising on top rated shows like E.R., then they could spend the time and money to develop safe vaccines without devastating side effects. 

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