are they just collateral damage or what? Taking one for the 'herd'? They don't exist at all? What's your opinion?
not sure if it really happens Some deaths were blamed on the vaccine with no proof. I believe there is more risk of death when you don't vaccinate and no one is going to change my mind about that
I suppose they are indeed collateral damage. Talk about "taking one for the team", eh?
but gallbaldder surgery isn't considered a 'preventive medical procedure'...that is an acute condition that needed attention.
Quoting Anonymous: I have a friend whose husband died after having his gallbladder removed. It's a routine, low risk surgery but it does happen. Being one of the rare deaths isn't 'taking one for the team' though. Our bodies all react in different ways that can sometimes be difficult to predict.
Well just like anything there can be an adverse reaction to a select few. This is known before any vaccinations were given. I have no allergies to anything on both sides of our family so we were confident there would be no issues.
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