How about this question. Have you or any of your family members suffered a reaction from a vaccine.
YES, and it required a visit to the ER and respiratory treatment. In this case, from the DTaP vaccine and involving my daughter.
That's a relatively rare reaction, but fully treatable and heck of lot better than getting diptheria, tetanus, or whooping cough.
....but that they were losing their efficacy and that they were become less effective against new strains.
And a good place to look as to why this is happening are the stupid people do not vaccinate or delay vaccinations against their doctor's recommendations.
Please note, that I did NOT say the vaccines didn't work...Nor am I anti-vaccine. But I am anti-stupid people, and anti-bad science on both sides.
Noted. However, please note that those who post a long-winded diatribes about the dangers of vaccines and then disclaim it with a "...but I'm not anti-vaccine" are talking out of two-sides of their mouth. Dangerously wrong opinions are not credible because one tries to position their view as being some sort of moderate middle ground. There are a great many topics that I'm all for a nuanced discussion of the gray-area, middle-ground, but in regards to vaccines and their effect on the greater public health, I don't believe a middle ground exists. You are either for science, modern medicine, and supporting public health, or you are not. If you choose the latter or persist in trying to have it both ways, then the germs win.