There's a Facebook page called The Vaccination Station and it's doing god's work. Instead of belittling anti-vaxxers, they are trying to show that immunization works.

"This is a pro-vaxx page sharing information about all aspects of vaccination. Questions are welcome, but unsubstantiated claims will be treated with the scepticism they deserve. If you want to disagree, bring science and evidence," The Vaccination Station introduced itself.

After gathering information from reputable professionals qualified in relevant fields, the page presents it with comprehensible posters. Not everyone has the patience or the time to read scientific papers, so this format is perfect not only for convincing anti-vaxxers to change their minds, but to prepare those who might meet them as well.

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Rabbit Carrot 1 month ago

Sadly these posters won’t convince those anti-vaxx morons, they only see what they want to see and I doubt they can even read properly anyway.

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“I am deeply concerned by the resurgence of the modern anti-vaxx movement and its negative impact on public health; an impact which can be traced directly (though not exclusively) to Andrew Wakefield’s fraudulent MMR study of 1998,” the man behind The Vaccination Station, Dave, told Bored Panda. “I want to demystify vaccination by explaining it in terms that anyone can understand.”

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Hans 1 month ago

This is the right poster, putting things into relation. Do the same with formaldehyde and you realize that babies probably smelmore vapours from cleaning agents (which adults do not even sense).

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Throughout his life, Dave has met only met a few anti-vaxxers in the real world. “Most of them were personal friends who have since cut me off. Discussions about vaccines did not go well; they simply refused to listen.” However, many have reached out to him via social media. “I am regularly accused of being a paid shill for the pharmaceutical industry,” he said. “One person even said I must be a bot! The truth is that I’m just a regular dad with a Facebook page that I manage by myself, with no funding from anyone.”

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Hans 1 month ago

According to anti-vaxxers all these children have been brain-washes | paid by the goverment | misinformed by the pharma industry | forces by their reptilian overlords. Pick any one you like.

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While working on the project, Dave has learned quite a few things. “Firstly, anti-vaxx propaganda must be engaged & refuted at its primary source: social media. The influence of the ‘post-truth’ era has sadly eroded public confidence in professional expertise. Furthermore, there is an urgent need to teach & promote critical thinking skills such as logic & deductive reasoning.”

“Scientific consensus is based on strength of evidence, not volume of voices,” he added. “No amount of sincere belief will change facts that are inconvenient to your worldview.”

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Hans 1 month ago

"Fake news! Fake media! Big pharma paid that! Oh, an aromatic oil that heals cancer, removes warts and can be used to clean the plumbing? This web site says it worked for 3 people over the courseof 30 years already, while only killing the otner 4737 who tried it? Creditable information! I NE

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Lucas 1 month ago

So anti-vaxxers should talk to their doctors and not listen to fools like kat von D.

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Blakkur Sverrir 1 month ago

Ok, this infuriates me more than anything else on this list. They really claim that severe brain damage comes from anything else than violently shaking their Baby? I have no words for that level of ignorance

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Lynda Momalo 1 month ago

Poor Yosef probably believes in chemtrails, flat earth, and Deep State too!

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Hendra Lim 1 month ago

why is it so hard to convince these so called "anti-vaxxers"? do they really loves their child? or are they influenced by some people scheming on how to reduce human population?

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zef rose 1 month ago

Just statements. Just talk. No truth. No questions asked.

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Dave 1 month ago

This was a typo. Corrected version attached. number-of-...3a-png.jpg number-of-vaccines-added-to-schedule-5db181e9c1a3a-png.jpg

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Lucas 1 month ago

Autism diagnosed at the same rate. See anti-vaxxers - it is just given at the same time and you have all been blaming a coincidence.

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solostxrx 1 month ago

Yeah, do the anti-vaxxers wonder why they aren't sick all the time? "Oh, I use essential oils every morning and eat healthy." No, while you were a child, your parents got you vaccinated from all of these preventable diseases, but you are too selfish to realize you are killing your child. Anti-vaxxers will only realize their mistakes when someone close to them dies from the sickness, because they didn't vaccinate them.

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Lucas 1 month ago

SIDS significantly declined when they stopped recommending babies be laid down to sleep on their stomachs in the UK.

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Sue Arnold 1 month ago

As a woman with HPV 16, I have already had one count of abnormal cells, face annual Pap smears, and if I have a second abnormal smear, it has been suggested as I have been through menopause, I should have a hysterectomy. If only we had gardasil vaccine when I was young. This is given free in Australian schools, and as a teacher, who use to take my class down for their injections. I was stunned at the number who opted out. Point of interest, boys are also susceptible to these viruses and should also be vaccinated.

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Carol Emory 1 month ago

It also takes a lot of mercury to adversely effect the brain. The Mad Hatter from Alice and Wonderland was portrayed as crazy because he was representing old time Haberdashers who used to treat the brims of hats with mercury to kill bacteria while protecting the fabric. Eventually, after years and years of use...they would go crazy from the build up of mercury. The amount in a few vaccines, even if it did accumulated in the blood, would not be enough to cause brain damage.

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Emerald Joanna 1 month ago (edited)

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Actually you can't give the pneumococcal 13 & meningicoccal vaccines together (need a minimum of 4 weeks between doses) so this post isn't factually correct

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Panda Kicki 1 month ago

And here is the key. I can talk to antivaxxers for hours about research, but the thing that gets through is always my anecdotical evidence when telling them how a difteria or pertussis child look, sound and suffer.

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Kirsten Kerkhof 1 month ago

And it is the healthy children who can protect the ones who, for whatever reason, do not have that strong immune system.

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Skink Dog 1 month ago

Well, I'll rather risk being that one in a million than getting effed up the bum by something I could have vaccinated against.

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Peter Cathcart 1 month ago

Suggest future versions of this poster spell 'diphtheria' correctly.

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Conrad Strucker 1 month ago

"This is false" homie brings down an entire chain of arguments with three words and cold hard facts

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Donna Turner 1 month ago

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Unless the child is already vulnerable due to genetics.

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Baali Venomax 1 month ago

I love eggs and they love me!

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Blakkur Sverrir 1 month ago

So, as someone who does not like needles (and with kids afraid of needles) I have o ask: If there is no practical difference, why WHY W-H-Y(!) are most vaccines inhected?

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Conrad Strucker 1 month ago

that's right man hit 'em with the "this is false" again, it's hilarious how many of anti-vaxxers' arguments are outright false

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Emerald Joanna 1 month ago

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Once again - not factually correct. The TDAP vaccine is recommended & ESSENTIAL in pregnant women.

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Chris DiFonso 1 month ago

It's important to stick with facts when talking about any hot topic (immunizations, politics, religion, etc.) and be respectful instead of hurling insults or treating people with contempt or hate. Not everyone will listen to facts, however resorting to personal attacks is shameful and doesn't accomplish anything.

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