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Doctor Reacts to Middle Ground: Pro-Vaccine vs Anti-Vaccine

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Many of you have messaged me on IG, Twitter, and FB asking me to respond to this new video between Pro-Vaccine and Anti-Vaccine arguments. This is a hotly debated topic so lets please be respectful in the comments!
Jubilee Media has an excellent series called Middle Ground where they have folks with opposing beliefs on controversial topics sit beside one another to discuss their views. I have long been a fan of this type of moderated content and applaud Jubilee for setting this up.
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7/02/2019

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rmpll
rmpll 33 मिनट पहले
Interesting that the Anti Vaxxers Talk more...
Amy Sternheim
Amy Sternheim घंटे पहले
If unvaccinated men were told of a specific side effect the mumps has on grown males there would be a stampede to their doctors for the MMR vaccine! LOL Yes, I am vaccinated! My sister was one of a few in a measles outbreak at the Univ. of Maine, Orono in the early 1990s. She noticed the rash on a Tuesday after coming home for a visit 2 days before, fortunately I didn't contract the measles.
Ligmafriends
Ligmafriends घंटे पहले
Dude your amazing
ArielsChannel
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So now we better understand that there are reactions. But what about the risk of death? It’s much more than 1 in a million that a VERY healthy child dies within a very short time after a vaccination. Thousands of children are dying. That’s not something I’m weighing against. THE VACCINE SCHEDULE IS DANGEROUS! why is it this way? Why are they shoving doses and doses and doses into a baby under one?? Yes vaccines protect against diseases but the schedule needs to change.
Jennifer Cordero
Jennifer Cordero घंटे पहले
How is this not child abuse, how are these people so ignorant.
Couture Leotards
Couture Leotards घंटे पहले
Dr. Mike, I agree with everything you said except forcing parents to vaccinate their children. I am pro-vaccine because I am a student in the field before I was a student I was anti-vaccine but I can honestly say I was completely misinformed and didn't understand how to do research to find out if it was true or not. I do believe everyone who can be vaccinated, should, but no parent should be forced to do it because this would then open Pandora's box and allow a psychiatrist to force opioids on ADHD patients. ADHD and its treatment is a highly controversial topic as well. Especially since the medication works on anyone not just ADHD patients and most children take multiple drugs that still is not helping the initial issues of the diagnosis. If we start forcing drugs on children we have become an authoritarian society and I would rather not be apart of that. Besides all that a correction to your statement about forced vaccines for school, parents can still opt out of vaccines for religious reasons and as a Dr., you should be very aware of that! Some don't vaccinate because the ingredients contain pork and other unclean animals. Others believe that God got them covered and they don't need it because their faith is stronger than the medicine, if their children get sick its Gods will not men. These are the same people who don't get transplants, transfusions or take any medication no matter the issue. Psychologist are really being more sensitive to these cultural distinctions especially when figuring out how to treat patients, I'm sure Doc's got the memo as well.
MailC3p
MailC3p घंटे पहले
50,000 people died last year due to the flue, 80% of the people who died didnt have flu shots.
Gio
Gio घंटे पहले
the issue here Sandra, is to FUCKING VACCINATE YOUR KIDS!
Kristine Sulzanoka
Kristine Sulzanoka घंटे पहले
My nephew who was a toddler at that time and is amazing 10yo now got some antibiotics which burnt his stomach and as a result is intolerable to penicillin... well he still is vaccinated and still gets treatment from doctors when he is ill. Ok, it was established that that antibiotics call was VERY poor, but he’s as healthy as an oak! He just got to wear rubber when he is older to prevent getting an std, but he is not endangering his fellow pupil with diseases that could be easily prevented by a vacation
Melanie W
Melanie W घंटे पहले
How the f you get arthiritis from a reaction to vaccination Im sorry but that is ridonculous
keshlalish
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im in the middle. i will always get my kids to the doc for the infant disease, (i don't know the names in english sorry) hepatitus, tetanus etc. those that work and have provided years of benefit. the one i stay away from are the yearly flu shot and gastro shot, those that only provide 10% effectiveness. everyone i know who get the flu shot get sick, every time, every years. sure you can tell me it's not from the shot etc, but still this is what i see. people getting flu shot having worst flu than those who don't get it. maybe it's because they get some sort of reaction or something. so for me, proven shot are a go to, but those new shot they make every years, nop
Nasracabdi Xibil
Nasracabdi Xibil घंटे पहले
Dr Mike you are so talented and so gorgeous God bless you
Cobalt
Cobalt घंटे पहले
This wall is just raising so many questions. Looks like a billion hamsters had to die for it.
Bee Popp
Bee Popp 2 घंटे पहले
5:32 for the people in the back. Vaccination when ever possible!!! If you can't, like my daughter couldn't when she had cancer, then you should be thankful for all of those people that can. There should be no anti-vaxxer movement! That is absurd. But what there should be is education for those who do have these terrible reactions to not get up on a soapbox to tell other people that would benefit from vaccines to not get them. Anti-vaxxer movements should stop immediately.
NoOne Special
NoOne Special 2 घंटे पहले
Vaccinates child, reports adverse reaction, gets called antivaxxer. 😑 You could probably start your middle ground right there.
Alicia Shanks
Alicia Shanks 2 घंटे पहले
I ♥️ the crazy furry IN-vid room! 😍
Don Givaphuck
Don Givaphuck 3 घंटे पहले
Awesome video
Hh Hr
Hh Hr 3 घंटे पहले
Anti vaccine kid: i don't feel so good Grim reaper: that's how death works
Sam
Sam 3 घंटे पहले
xD
Jemma Luke
Jemma Luke 3 घंटे पहले
Please be kind in response to my question... I'm pro-vaccine, but I have a question. With cancer and serious diseases becoming so rampant in our society, is it possible that the required vaccines are the medical industry's way of making you susceptible to cancer, so they can profit off of cancer treatments? Like all the chemicals in our food, wouldn't vaccines be the perfect time to inject cancer causing chemicals, so they can profit off of your suffering? Perhaps it's not even something doctors are aware of.
Shaun Varga
Shaun Varga 4 घंटे पहले
the true battle is not between anti-vaxxers and people with common sense. it's a battle between people who believe dimwits like jenny mccarthy and disgraced scientists are more trustworthy than doctors and other experts and people with common sense. The entire problem with this vaxx debate is that your medical opinions as a doctor are undervalued by anti-vaxxers. if they assigned your medical opinion as a doctor as much credibility as they assigned jenny mccarthy, then they wouldn't have any grounds to be anti-vaxx.
yurian95
yurian95 4 घंटे पहले
by this theory, shouldn't those who cannot get vaccinated because they have adverse effects push for vaccinations for those who don't exhibit harmful effects? I understand not wanting to be vaccinated because it affects your body but if it doesn't and its perfectly safe for you, wouldn't it be your responsibility to get resistance against them so that it wont spread easier to the ones who can't get the vaccine because they aren't physically and financially able to? Wouldn't it be like the vaccinated ones are the protectors and frontliners who sign up for it. like becoming a police officer or a firefighter and the ones who aren't compatible be the protected ones? I don't know. It just feels like when Dr. Mike explained it this was the impression I got.
The Dartmoor Witch
The Dartmoor Witch 4 घंटे पहले
There is no "middle" ground with this. Having reservations about vaccines is one thing but the anti-vax movement is overwhelmingly anti-vax, period. There's no "middle" ground much in the same way there is no middle ground on evolution, climate change and the Earth being billions of years old as being scientific fact.
duo1666
duo1666 4 घंटे पहले
"Because maybe it was just a coincidence and i just needed something to pin it on".... yeah, thats exactly what happened. You are emotional and irrational, because all emotion is is irrational. Your own bias is clearly coming into play. Sucks to be you, and being emotional is understandable, but your emotional, irrational outbreak and bullshit is literally costing the lives of children with this stupid anti vax bs. Like, i wish i was there to give her a big dose of reality and shove it down her throat.
xxara -
xxara - 4 घंटे पहले
he’s so fine...
Matoro Rocks
Matoro Rocks 4 घंटे पहले
IDK, I'd rather have arthritis than Polio or Measles. I do understand the argument when it comes to adverse reactions, but I feel like it has gone past that due to false facts.
Emre Sengul
Emre Sengul 4 घंटे पहले
I think we’re going through one of the Great Filters right now
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ΓΡΗΓΟΡΗΣ ΧΡΙΣΤΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ 4 घंटे पहले
It's sad knowing that people are harassing a person who save lives and making false accusation based only on a fb research but that's not as surprising to me as it should. People do the same to police officers, military. This is evidence that humans are the smartest and the most stupid beings at the same time
Justine Smith
Justine Smith 4 घंटे पहले
Thanks for being smart man!!! Yay intelligence.
Zestful Maple
Zestful Maple 5 घंटे पहले
I'm at least glad that they didn't get the anti vaxxers, that believe autism and all that shit are caused by Vaccines. I mean not only are those peole just so fucking stupid, they're just really terrible people, considering that they would rather have dead children than autistic children. Being autistic myself, it just gets to me. I'm just thankful that the Anti Vaxxers they chose have some legitimate concerns, even if they're pretty wrong
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ΓΡΗΓΟΡΗΣ ΧΡΙΣΤΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ 5 घंटे पहले
What negatives the pain you gonna feel when the syringe will pierce your arm? Or maybe an allergic reaction! You choose between death and a few pain or an at most three days of sickness yeah I would prefer a syringe to my fingertips than death
Sarah Lindell
Sarah Lindell 5 घंटे पहले
I hate needles and faint at the sight of blood. I still get my vaccines.
Perfectguns89
Perfectguns89 5 घंटे पहले
The entire world should adopt mandatory vaccination just like France did. Many elementary schools nearby where I live prohibits peanut butter in a child's lunchbox to prevent accident. No one never had an issue with that policie as far as I know because young children could forget they're allergic and take a bite from their friend's sandwich. Anti-boxer I've met will agree with that logic after I questioned them about it, but will not agree to apply the same logic about vaccination. How pathetic.
Bullet Sponge Gaming
Bullet Sponge Gaming 5 घंटे पहले
if my mother refused to get me vaccinated and I contracted a damaging disease later in life I would never forgive her... leaving your child susceptible to a fatal or crippling disease is an act of evil... we live in an age of medical breakthrough and science... these people who say vaccines are bad and stop their kids having them have no issue with putting them into an x ray when they break a limb lol.... I mean a machine that blasts radiation into your body is hardly an ideal way to spend your day... better yet how many of them would refuse radio treatment or chemo therapy in the event of cancer ??!!?? no issue with that I bet
PachaDash
PachaDash 5 घंटे पहले
Your child comes first. Their well-being and health comes first. Vaccinate your children! If you cannot put your selfish needs and beliefs aside for your children, then you do not deserve your child and you should not be a parent.
Thommy2n
Thommy2n 5 घंटे पहले
The anti vaxxer "Bob" is Dr. Robert Sears. A controversial pediatrician. And while it didn't necessarily sound like he was anti vaccine, it's because he is known for pandering to them with a much more lax immunizing schedule for children (and having no scientific basis to back the claim that it's safer) arguing that at least the kids are more likely to get their shots, even if it's years after the CDC recommended timetable. Although he has used more dangerous rhetoric. Like admitting to saying to parents "Vaccines don't cause autism... except when they do"
Vary Olla
Vary Olla 5 घंटे पहले
Pandering is essentially correct. What many people sometimes overlook is that "some" doctors sadly make what amount to business decisions which dictate their medical practice. Accordingly we see disreputable doctors who run "pill mills" in order to profit from addicts in their area. Likewise we see doctors like "Dr. Bob" whose practice happens to be in a region of California where past measles outbreaks have occurred. As vaccine opponents tend to live in clusters = it is not entirely implausible to consider the possibility that this doctor is indeed pandering the to client base where he lives. After all vaccine opponents are going to seek treatment "somewhere" = and there will always be a few willing to chase those dollars. That does not make it right of course = merely reality.
Felicity Foo
Felicity Foo 5 घंटे पहले
In my country, vaccination is an opt-out thing (often, those who opt-out are uneducated kids who don't inform their parents and skip school because they don't like injections) Vaccinations are also completely free of charge in public schools
Mochi
Mochi 5 घंटे पहले
We are having a measles outbreak right now in my country cos of misinformation and all these false news against vaccination and a few children actually died..... this hasnt happened for a long time. See when u act like u can know better than a doctor? You cause an outbreak.
Brooklyn Grae
Brooklyn Grae 5 घंटे पहले
Is there any way for me, as a minor, to get vaccinated without parental consent? I'm 17 and I'm due for a Hep A vaccine but my mom won't let me get it. I also need a meningococcal vaccine if I want to dorm next year in college but she's hesitant to let me get that as well. Is there anything I can do?
Tinkdoggathanthe32nd
Tinkdoggathanthe32nd 5 घंटे पहले
The doctor serves the state and doesn’t think kids belong to their parents he thinks kids belong to the state.
Tinkdoggathanthe32nd
Tinkdoggathanthe32nd 5 घंटे पहले
The doctor doesn’t care about kids getting hurt all he cares about is the money 💰 he makes.
Aerol Christopher Infante
Aerol Christopher Infante 6 घंटे पहले
Well thanks to some anti-vaxxers parents, there's a measles outbreak here in the Philippines. I've been vaccinated and thanks to that, I can not get it.
Vidun Rajamanthri
Vidun Rajamanthri 6 घंटे पहले
Anti-Vaccine people trigger me more that FemiNazi's
Topolino Z
Topolino Z 6 घंटे पहले
People who don’t vaccinate their children or self =very likely will get sick =and will not pass their genes 🧬
Samantha McNeish
Samantha McNeish 6 घंटे पहले
Thank you for reacting to the video! Very much appreciate your input.
Jéssica Aizawa
Jéssica Aizawa 7 घंटे पहले
You know, here in Brazil we have bunch of vaccines for free. The government provides the population and some of them are mandatory. Our kids are protected since they are born and we keep on getting shots until we are old, for free. There are lots of campaigns during the year for all kinds of vaccines. I’ll give them all to my kid because I know the profits of it, and I don’t understand the ones that rather risk their kids life than giving a shot (that is for free! No company profits from it). Watching this video, I kept thinking to myself, doesn’t the US government provide them for free to the population?
Aidan Pratt
Aidan Pratt 7 घंटे पहले
If you go on the internet trying to find answers an anti vaccine group will try to convince you to join them with false facts
Drew Walters
Drew Walters 7 घंटे पहले
If you think about it would you rather have your child have a seizure and have a larger chance of surviving than death or would you want you child to contract a deadly disease and have a greater chance of death than to live it doesn’t make since why they don’t want their kids to be obscured from being able to contract a disease
Letruffier
Letruffier 7 घंटे पहले
Dr Mike appearing very calm and reasonable which I appreciate highly. However the dialectic of his rationale is pretty misleading in my view. He says that the testimonial of the first speaking women cannot be generalized to a whole group what seems supposed but at the same time when the other side gave his own he then says that the testimony of a person is powerful and that it is better to use it as it is more appealing rather than statistical data that would create confusion (which contradict what he said before). It is not very supposed nor scientific to me. He also point out the occurance of side effects versus benefits of being vaccinated and that's where the whole question lies because if you have 1/500 000 to 1000 000 or higher probability to contract a vaccine preventable disease but in the other hand 1 to 3000 to anywhere into the risk zone of the disease contracting and even more develop complications of this disease then it seems far less obvious. Also pharmocovigilance of vaccines is difficult to establish (CDC admitting itself that only 1% of the occuring adverses reactions are reported into the database). Regarding the transmission of measle and the fact that vaccinated people protect immunodepressed ones he forgot to point out that there have been big quality studies/reports that invalid (at least in part) this narrative (Gustafsson study in a Texas high school in the last 90s and 2011 official New-York health authorities report for example).
Bomani Blakey
Bomani Blakey 8 घंटे पहले
"In the end parents know their children best" This statement floored me when the mom said it. Sure, personality wise that's correct. A mom knows her daughter's personality and her likes and dislikes better than anyone. But if that kid becomes very ill or has a nasty fall off her bike and breaks her arm......knowing her favourite band-aid color or, favourite flavor of soup won't matter. These doctors have dedicated years of their life to knowing how to handle these situations.
- pankamaci
- pankamaci 7 घंटे पहले
wow, you put your words so well together.
fordlandau
fordlandau 8 घंटे पहले
Anti vaccination is totally irrational
Big Chungus
Big Chungus 8 घंटे पहले
you know I've read an article that snakes have hands and legs AND they can talk in human language. Anti-vaxxer: 😯
Polina Z  Ralte
Polina Z Ralte 8 घंटे पहले
These Anti Vexers are either dumb or too lazy to research/read how vaccines work. They just spit their opinions acting like they are Smarter than scientists. I mean in my place we even learn about it in High school biology. Were they never taught at school?
Richard Lee
Richard Lee 8 घंटे पहले
Measles, Mumps, Chicken-pox and German Measles used to be very common childhood diseases that were unpleasant, but not serious for *MOST* children, when I was young. I don't think that there were vaccines for these diseases in the 1950s and early 1960s, so they were endemic; it was a matter of chance when a child caught them. Tough luck if the kid was too young, or had other significant health issues. Although I had no serious problems when I had Mumps, Chicken-pox and German Measles, it was a bit of a problem when I had measles because I was so young. My gut feeling is that it is a good idea for kids to be vaccinated, unless there are good reasons not to.
NeverTurnOffTheAmp
NeverTurnOffTheAmp 8 घंटे पहले
This is what's wrong in many of today's debates: People always think their opposite opinion is equally valuable. But guess what, it's not! There are NOT always two sides to an issue. Sometimes there is only one right side. Vaccinations are such an issue.
Eddie Cactus
Eddie Cactus 9 घंटे पहले
I love how this lady says that the reactions to vaccines are downplayed and terrible, whilst not admitting that kids have to get limbs amputated because of entirely preventable diseases. If you have a reaction to a vaccine, you should be pro-vaccine because in the end it protects *you* . Damn, I hate that this is even a debate. How stupid do you have to be to think that possible negative reactions are a reason to be anti vaccine? As the Doctor here says, the first thing they ask you is if there is a history of reactions.
dying inside y'all
dying inside y'all 10 घंटे पहले
I don't know how the doctor in the og video stood Marissa the entire time. Just because she read a few books and Googled it doesn't mean she knows better than a doctor with years of medical study and experience.
Fiona Stibbles
Fiona Stibbles 10 घंटे पहले
A very amicable discussion, it wouldn't be that way here in the UK. I believe in vaccination my kids have had all their vaccinations, even the MMR when all the controversy about links with Autism were being published. I'm a learning disability specialist nurse and basically knew it was bollocks! We now have heard about reported cases of measles, I'm aware that Scarlet Fever is back which is something we havnt seen since the 1980s. Totally agree with the Drs, although if I didn't they would soon know. As always looking gorgeous in ur scrubs xxxx
T.R TOM
T.R TOM 10 घंटे पहले
when your kid gets bitten by a rabid dog, then you can say you anti-vaccine
Jane Pickford
Jane Pickford 11 घंटे पहले
Excellent vid on why to vaccinate. I’m a retired nurse with one child (now in early thirties). I knew the arguments for and against and as a nurse I opted for vaccination. I had nursed children with some of the diseases which have vaccination cover and they sometimes had long term consequences. I totally agree that calm, informed discussion is needed to promote vaccination programmes. My son put me onto your videos. I think you do a great job - well done.
Valerie Linares
Valerie Linares 11 घंटे पहले
So, you're saying that the reason children should be vaccinated if they can is to protect those who can't. But, you also said, "the bottom line of why it shouldn't be an optional thing of opting out of vaccines, at lease when it comes to public schools is because of a) hurt immunity exists; b) it's my job as a doctor to make sure the parent is giving quality care to the child." Okay, so, I'm confused. It seems like you're saying that every child should be vaccinated, or else they cannot attend public schools. But, shouldn't that mean, if we're following that thought, that those children who cannot have vaccinations because of some illness, disease or condition, shouldn't be allowed to go to public school because they are unable to be vaccinated - in which case, seems to void the original argument that kids who can be vaccinated should be to protect the ones who can't... it seems very confusing, even as I'm typing this, I don't know if I'm making any sense. Basically, I'm confused because it seems like; by saying that, every child who can be vaccinated should be or else they should not be allowed to attend public school - but, this argument seems to nullify itself. Why would every child need to get vaccinated to go to public school, since by the very nature of the argument, those who can't get vaccinated wouldn't be able to go to public school? Would it even matter at that point?
James Pennam
James Pennam 8 घंटे पहले
Well, no. He was stating that we should vaccinate those who we can. If there is no reason for not administering vaccines then the child should not be allowed. Not only is it to protect younger children, but it is also to protect those who have diseases that stop them from having vaccines.
Jelena Cvetkovic
Jelena Cvetkovic 11 घंटे पहले
Watch the movie vaxxed. Then comment below and see if you still want to be pro vac
kailey lynn
kailey lynn 11 घंटे पहले
My whole family on the women's side has a genetic illness called fibromyalgia. It has many symptoms but it usually makes our immune weaker. From what I've read of vaccines is that it's a different type of the thing your trying to fight off. With a weak immune I'm thinking it would be more dangerous for me and my family to get a vaccine becouse we probably couldn't fight it off. My mother got the swine flu vaccine and ended up getting it anyway. I've had the regular shots as a kid to be able to enter school but I've never had any other vaccines. I'm not fully anti vaccine but I'm not pro. I don't fully understand any of it tbh.
Jlin000 13
Jlin000 13 12 घंटे पहले
Just wanted to say that I went through a recent kidney transplant and I am required to take immunosuppressive medication, so that my new kidney isn’t rejected. Obviously, that means that my immune system is about half as effective at fighting off bacterial infections and diseases. Not to mention, my white cell count is presently very unstable to the point where I’ve had to receive multiple rounds of injections to help boost the production of them. It’s likely to remain this way too, until I’m a year through it. Now due to my extremely unstable immunity I’ve been unable to get both my flu and pneumonia vaccines, so if I were to contract the flu it would send me to the hospital and it could possibly kill me. So to all the anti-vaxxers out there: You and your children ARE a potential risk to me and thousands of others dealing with a compromised immunity. Don’t try to self-educate yourself on these things, because the majority of the info out there that is against vaccination is biased and /or completely false. Please talk to a specialist in the medical field about the possible risks of common vaccines instead, and then ask them if those risks outweigh the benefits of getting them. I’d wager to say almost anyone that has manufactured and tested these vaccines would say no.
Jlin000 13
Jlin000 13 11 घंटे पहले
Oh, by the way anti-vaxxers...If I were to contract and die from the flu or some other life-threatening ailment from a willingly unvaccinated individual, I swear that if there is an afterlife that I will haunt you and your loved ones for the rest of your blissfully ignorant lives.
Fred Jones
Fred Jones 12 घंटे पहले
You’re a doctor, but you don’t think that parents can choose to opt-out of medical treatments and/or medications? Weighing the risk to benefit ratio doesn’t only belong to you, that’s what informed consent is. Countless doctors “brush off” concerns from parents who claim that they notice considerable changes in their child after being vaccinated, but it makes me happy to hear you say that a second opinion is warranted at this point. I had a friend who I hadn’t seen in years, she moved next door to some other friends of mine. The Within a few weeks of seeing her again, her four month old died, The ME determined the cause of death as SIDS. He was a full term healthy infant who received his second round of routine vaccines less than 48 hours prior to death. He had a slight cold, but his pediatrician assured mom that he was fine to get his shots. She brought him home where he became inconsolable for the first time in his short life. He cried, slept, repeat through the night and next morning before going down for a nap. He never woke up. His ped assured mom that it was nothing she did, and definitely not the vaccines. She trusted him wholeheartedly. The common argument is that correlation does not equal causation, but correlation certainly warrants further investigation. My kids are not vaccinated. I agree that throwing out stats is misleading and confusing, but I also agree with patients rights, and unless something is 100% safe and effective, you cannot blame parents for weighing the risks to benefit of this preventive medication and deciding what’s best for their child. That being said, I would never encourage a parent not to vaccinate their child. The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program has paid out over $4 million in damages in the past 30 years (with approximately $100,000 million going to attorney fees, some for cases that were not compensated). Payouts are very high as the cases that are compensated are almost always related to death or permanent disability. It comes out to a mere 150ish cases per year. With this I have to ask you, in the interest of protecting the public with herd immunity, in a country where most confirmed cases of vaccine preventable illness are still relatively benign because of factors like adequate nutritional status, advanced medical practice, etc, are those 150ish children worth it? Would you sacrifice your own child for “the greater good”? As I stated, my children are not vaccinated, with 25 years between them, the only vaccine preventable illness either has has carried and could have passed on to someone else was when my daughter got the chicken pox from her recently vaccinated friends, so while the argument that the unvaccinated are risking the lives of others sounds good, it’s not happening in our population. There is a huge problem with “anti-vaxxers AND pro-vaxxers, and that is the mountain of speculation and misinformation being spread. I have been kicked out of “anti-vax” social media groups for pointing out blatant lies. This should NOT be a hot button topic, it’s about medical, intellectual, and religious freedom, and people’s beliefs should be respected. We all need to agree to disagree, and stop interjecting in the personal decisions of others.
girrl88
girrl88 13 घंटे पहले
Thx Jenny McCarthy for spreading so much misinformation to the public!!
Osiris Brizuela
Osiris Brizuela 13 घंटे पहले
I rather LIVE with a side effects of a vaccine than DIE from a preventable illness.
OMg
OMg 13 घंटे पहले
This is exactly why we need science communicators. People trained in not only science and statistics but have the skills to communicate to a range of audiences so that we can educate without belittling people or losing people in monotone scientific jargon
Kie Weston
Kie Weston 13 घंटे पहले
I wouldn't even argue with them let natural selection happen and when their kids get sick show them this video so they can see where their "research" got them 🙄
lauryn Anderson
lauryn Anderson 13 घंटे पहले
Dr. Mike would’ve made a good lawyer
PandaLegionz
PandaLegionz 13 घंटे पहले
@5:37 you say if you are having bad reactions to vaccine tell me...ok...how is a 6 month old baby going to tell me if he or she is having a bad reactions to vaccines. How about instead we wait until the person getting the vaccine can communicate? Or how about we fix the vaccine? Better yet lets pass a bill that stops pharma companies from lobbying congress and get some actual real studies funded by the people.
James Pennam
James Pennam 8 घंटे पहले
No, if your child is having adverse reactions, the parent should talk to the doctor.
Ayeshah Ali
Ayeshah Ali 14 घंटे पहले
people used to die of the influenza and other diseases that are now completely treatable and preventable. Decades of research has went into finding ways to keep people living longer and more healthier lives. People have dedicated their lives to finding cures/creating vaccinations for diseases, just for it to be thrown in their face by INDIVIDUAL people who have had adverse effects. EVEN tylenol can have adverse effects on people, which could be entirely related to a persons' individual epigenetic factors, not the drug itself. The benefits severely out-weigh the costs and that is how ALL scientific research works. Merely every health outcome and even science as a whole is based on supporting and adding evidence to theories, or rejecting them.
Bull Choice
Bull Choice 15 घंटे पहले
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Amy Kelly
Amy Kelly 15 घंटे पहले
I’m curious what you think of vaccine alternatives such as homeoprophylaxis? I know homeopathic and alternative medicine can be both useful and very dangerous so I’m curious if you know of any research or evidence that there are viable alternatives to traditional vaccines? I’m personally pro-vax but it would be helpful if those people who are not able to receive vaccines could be immunized.
James Pennam
James Pennam 8 घंटे पहले
No. There is a reason it is called alternative. We have better ways, such as vaccinations. Good to hear you're pro vax though.
Bomby Explode
Bomby Explode 15 घंटे पहले
My parents always tell me propaganda that I never understand but overall I will 100% side with a doctor that studied these issues for years.
ᴄʀᴀʏ ᴊᴀɪ
ᴄʀᴀʏ ᴊᴀɪ 15 घंटे पहले
Me and my mom can't get shots because its can cause a really bad reaction with are condition. But trust me if we could we would, I get sick with something at least once a month. Literally every time I go out the house I have to cover my face or not be around people. SO PLEASE VAX AND GET FLU SHOTS
Carlson & Co Gaming Gaming, Duh.
Carlson & Co Gaming Gaming, Duh. 15 घंटे पहले
You telling me you would rather have your child dead than just them having autism?
Isabela Jackson
Isabela Jackson 16 घंटे पहले
I'm gonna need Dr. Mike to go debate Paul Thomas MD and take him back to school on the benefits of vaccines
mary popkins
mary popkins 16 घंटे पहले
The real Vaccine argument stems from the specific vaccine, and for people to say that vaccines are bad are not being specific enough to which ones are. Most common vaccine that is causing 1 of 5 kids with autism is MMR. DTP is also one of the bad vaccines that relative to all the other large issues that you see from vaccines such as paralysis, ADD/ADHD, chronic ear infections, mental disorders, and the list goes on. The studies for these two vaccines especially DTP went under a 4 year testing under 35,000 patients in 1986 and was pushed out the door just after day 1. Did we forget we lost a president due to bad vaccines?
mary popkins
mary popkins 16 घंटे पहले
You really have to understand which vaccines to give your kids and also know where your getting your vaccines Pfifer? Merck? I mean hell, the president of human health was also president of monsanto
Colin Watson
Colin Watson 16 घंटे पहले
PLS LIKE TO HELP: Normally I am not this desperate, but Doc, I am under age (without any vaccines what so ever) and my parents are anti-vax and are strict, but I want to get vaccinated. I am hearing about all of these outbreaks across the country, and being vulnerable is scary. I don’t know what to do, is there some way to get myself vaccinated underage?
James Pennam
James Pennam 8 घंटे पहले
I am not sure, however i have heard of teenagers getting vaccinated. This may be people of the age of 18 though. I hope that you're okay though.
Cathrine Holst
Cathrine Holst 16 घंटे पहले
And my anti depressants make me dizzy, but I haven't tried to kill myself for 3 years, im shaking my head at people who honestly think that a compound that's in their bodies for less than week can have lasting effects. Working with disabled people, I admit I've seen some cases where start of symptoms seemed to corelate to vaccines, but CORELATION DOES NOT EQUAL CAUSATION, and even if it did, when the alternative is death, you don't get to claim that you're making informed decisions based on what's best for your child
Alexandra Ruiz
Alexandra Ruiz 16 घंटे पहले
hi doctor mike maybe you can watch atypical a series from netflix and give us your opinion, have a good day!
KnightofDark001
KnightofDark001 17 घंटे पहले
If you do not allow your children to be vaccinated because of a reaction that wasn't theirs, the child should be injected with it regardless. It is not the right of the parent to throw their child to an early death to a disease. Just as they wouldn't expect a caretaker to ignore obvious signs of illness or worse if they were taking care of their child, and let them die. No vaccinations means you're a threat to non-vaccinated individuals, who can't be vaccinated. No matter what moral stance, stand in the way of a vaccine, and someone dies, including your child? You should be charged. No exceptions.
Ana Julia
Ana Julia 17 घंटे पहले
Good thing it's A FUCKING CRIME to don't vaccinate your kid here in Brazil
aerial4L
aerial4L 17 घंटे पहले
Thank you so much for this video and for explaining the part where those mothers have legitimate medical exemptions from getting vaccines, and that it’s irresponsible to become militant activists based on their personal experience! I really have been looking for the proper way to word my thoughts and you did so beautifully. Thank you 🙏🏽
Andrea Hacker
Andrea Hacker 17 घंटे पहले
But you’re not testing on blood type, inherent diseases.. etc etc.. it’s way more complex.
dried persimmon
dried persimmon 17 घंटे पहले
OK RETARD, BUT I'D RATHER DIE OF THE BLACK PLAGUE THAN HAVE A POINTY NEEDLE SHOT AT MY ARM WITH A 0.000001% CHANCE OF CAUSING A REACTION THAT PROBABLY WON'T EVEN KILL ME
dried persimmon
dried persimmon 17 घंटे पहले
the reason david is effective in that debate is because he's using personal, emotional stories. this is especially effective in this debate because the anti-vaxxers' views are completely based on personal, emotional experiences to begin with.
SOMEBODY TOUCHED MY SPIGGET
SOMEBODY TOUCHED MY SPIGGET 18 घंटे पहले
I rly disliked The lady w bangs
CowboyBebop
CowboyBebop 18 घंटे पहले
Anti vaxxers are a plague....pun intended
Kevin Bailey
Kevin Bailey 18 घंटे पहले
I'm not a violent person by nature. But when that lady interrupts the actual EXPERT to smarmily repeat "safe-ISH", I wanted to slap her stupid face.
Sarah Arbaugh
Sarah Arbaugh 18 घंटे पहले
THANK YOU! Subscribing right now! PREACH THE TRUTH!!! as a student planning on going to medical school I will be watching like all your videos and hopefully, I can learn a lot from you.
Terry Ortman
Terry Ortman 18 घंटे पहले
I think i would rather see 2 real talk about this from both sides. Not just a Pro-Vaccine Dr respond.
Brooke daniel
Brooke daniel 19 घंटे पहले
This has more views than the video he’s talking about...
Maria Cob
Maria Cob 19 घंटे पहले
I am a medical student from a not so well of country. And I see what happens to these children because there is just not enough funds to get these vaccines. Especially, in many rural areas. I have gone through the pediatric center in one of the hospitales. Children with polio or chicken box and it makes me so sad when these diseases are preventable. And there are people out here not vaccinating there children, when in other parts of the world they are dying and suffering.
kalvin lewis
kalvin lewis 19 घंटे पहले
I was vaccinated and now I have arthritis and autism
PhantomDragon1992
PhantomDragon1992 19 घंटे पहले
If vaccines are so bad, why is the death toll of measles jumping up in known anti-vaxxer communities? Why are these "simple diseases" resurfacing and injuring unvaccinated kids and at worst kills them when they could have been avoided WITH vaccines? And if they bring up Autism, what's wrong with them? How much about the spectrum do you really know about? Why is a dead child preferable over an autistic child? These emotional arguments are bunk when they gloss over their own risks and lack of evidence. Anti-vaxxer Activists, you are causing preventable injuries and death. And for what? Some Facebook page sources a debunked argument as fact? Fetuses in the vaccine? Fear of Autistic People? Why should your feelings come before the public's health? What are you really fighting for? Attention? Money? Do you just hate children? Why do you people believe in this? I honestly want to hear how you justify all this suffering and death.
alma hernandez
alma hernandez 19 घंटे पहले
I love this video !
Ebonee Joseph
Ebonee Joseph 19 घंटे पहले
Drs.,scientists etc. are never wrong. The medical community cares about our health. The medical community does everything possible to get to the cause of disease and not simply medicate us to death...Duh!
Emo Shitaki mushrooms
Emo Shitaki mushrooms 20 घंटे पहले
Fucking November I got the flu shot it was never taken down so I got another one the next moth that twice the vaccine and I just got over the flu they don’t work I’m still getting them every year but I don’t believe they work
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