There are certain highly communicable infectious diseases that are very very dangerous to not only children but adults as well. I support vaccinations for these diseases.
Right on. And since HPV is transmitted from one 6th-grade girl to another just by sitting together in the cafeteria, a vaccine is necessary to prevent a catastrophic outbreak.
That's /sarc, since I know you see the difference between highly communicable infectious diseases and HPV. Several on this thread, however, talk about HPV as though it were typhoid fever. Next they'll tell us you can catch herpes from a toilet seat.
posted on 09/13/2011 8:50:30 AM PDT
("Thou shouldst not have been old, till thou hadst been wise.")
Or they'll say, very tellingly, "you can't control your teenage daughters, so you need to give them the vaccine/the pill/condoms.
I can control my teenage daughter just fine, and she won't be dating the sons of parents like those.
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