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Old 04-18-2015, 10:27 PM
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The mother’s arguments, which she said in her affidavit are “key indisputable facts,” included:

“Most diseases today are very rare or are considered mild.”

“There are unmistakable links between vaccines and severe reactions, including SIFS, autism, meningitis, joint pain and fibromyalgia.”

“Most diseases were due to conditions of overcrowding, lack of sanitation and poor hygiene — all of which are not a risk today.”


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“(Parents) do have discretionary powers within the realm of reasonableness, but if their decision-making creates a significant risk to the child, the judge has to act on the child’s best interests,” he said.
Judge orders 10-year-old girl be vaccinated for measles against mom’s wishes | Toronto Star
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