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Truth should outweigh nonsense in vaccination debate


  |  Posted: Saturday, May 10, 2014 06:00 am

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You published a letter from Denise van Domselaar in which the lady stated, as if it were a fact, that vaccines may cause autism.

This nonsense has been proven false by numerous medical experts, including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. It gets spouted from time to time by TV personalities.

So who do you trust to keep your child safe: your doctor or someone on a TV talk show?

The Gazette should have more sense than to publish what it knows is scientifically false. Balance does not mean a bucket of truth on one side and a bucket of B.S. on the other!

John Kennedy, St. Albert


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