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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    Thanks JockBoy for the update... it's been a tremendous effort so let's hope in the relatively near future we will all know that polio has finally been eradicated.
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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    It's amazing that mankind can be so co-ordinated and globally effective that such eradication can occur. It shows what humans are really capable of.

    I've encountered a few people who are against immunising their children, and I quite frankly let them have it. It's disgusting to think that we have the power to eradicate horrific diseases and people can still be so ignorant and self-motivated that they would not be a part of such amazing work. They jeopardise all that has gone before them, putting the potential lives of millions in more danger.

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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    Fingers Crossed!

    I'm not confident though that polio will ever be eradicated entirely.

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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    Quote Originally Posted by andysayshi View Post
    It's amazing that mankind can be so co-ordinated and globally effective that such eradication can occur. It shows what humans are really capable of.

    I've encountered a few people who are against immunising their children, and I quite frankly let them have it. It's disgusting to think that we have the power to eradicate horrific diseases and people can still be so ignorant and self-motivated that they would not be a part of such amazing work. They jeopardise all that has gone before them, putting the potential lives of millions in more danger.
    You're far too polite.

    The last time I ran into a mother who refused to have her kids immunized, I asked loudly and publicly if she also made them sleep in the dirt and wear animal skins.

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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    That's great news, thanks. I have one question. Why is Islam against immunization?
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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    Yes, sick indeed.
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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    Quote Originally Posted by JockBoy87 View Post
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    You can clearly see in Pakistan that the Taliban are killing polio workers to frustrate western goals. It is all a game to them. Sick. The problem is, it's their own children who are being paralyzed, not children in the west. True, the rest of the world is pouring billions into vaccination so the last petri dishes of polio do not spread into other countries, but those are non-western countries too, who hate the US almost as much as the Taliban. Nobody wins, except another notch on the Taliban's senseless kill count.
    Yes. The Taliban are the disease that needs curing, so polio can be finished off.

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    Re: Polio Nearly Eradicated

    There is a risk that polio could re-emerge at some time in the future, because it exists in numerous stock virus cultures stored in laboratories (including cultures of viruses other than poliovirus), in tissue samples from animals used in research (notably macaques), and even the central nervous system of persons with a prior history of poliomyelitis (polio).

    Hiding polioviruses (The Lancet, June 2003)

    The UK National Survey of Polioviruses in Laboratories (Public Health England, 2001-2010)

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