See I wish this was true lol
It disrupts the herd immunity we have to certain illnesses, which means that it puts my theoretical child at risk too because it exposes them to it and then I *have* to vaccinate against it instead of the bacteria or virus not having a host at all and just being dead and we move on
Working example: Smallpox, we dont have to fight it any more or vaccinate against it because we have herd immunity and it's just not here the same way
@Food yep, I know. My wife has a PhD in microbiology and I know way more than I care to on the subject...
@jeff If only it actually worked like that, and not in reality causing widespread outbreaks in vaccinated individuals -.-
A single user instance.