Recently found out about the use of human diploid cells (fetal tissue) in the production of certain brands of certain vaccines.
Let's say that you didn't want the chicken pox vaccine for your kids, but also didn't want to deliberately get them the chicken pox from someone else. Like you would wait, and if they didn't get it naturally, you would get it when they were older and the risks of danger went up. If you don't like the fact that diploid cells are used in the initial production of the components of the vaccine, would you reconsider getting them the chicken pox on purpose so that they would never have to get the vaccine?
I am just curious what you would think about it. I am not against vaccinating, but also don't mind when people are.
Answer by Anonymous at 3:03 PM on Jun. 11, 2010
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