By Red Pill  |  09-06-2017   News
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Vaccinations are controversial, with increased scientific evidence that they could cause more harm than good flourishing in the heavy debate in recent years.

Regardless of whether or not you choose to pursue vaccinations or not, the decision on your child's health is ultimately up to you as a parent, as would be any decision involving your children.

As the debate rages on, a Mississippi child behavior services center undercut the parents who demanded their daughter receive a vaccination for a sexually transmittable disease and even after the parents refused the health care facility gave the child the vaccination.

While the parents are absolutely furious, the Canopy Children's Service Center says they indeed gave the vaccine to the teenager despite her mother's objection, but simultaneously attempts to claim that it shouldn't be held liable for their own mistake in judgment.

The young girl's mother has now filed a federal lawsuit against the center, saying that forcibly vaccinated her 15-year-old daughter against the human papillomavirus without her permission.

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HPV is a sexually transmitted virus that is believed to cause cancer, although that's also debatable.

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According to the mother, her child is a New York native who ended up in the Canopy Children's Solutions in Saucier, Mississippi, for inpatient psychiatric treatment earlier this year.

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The mother underscores the fact that she refused to provide consent for her daughter to be given the HPV vaccine because of its side effects, and that the facility was well aware of her demands.

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There have been several deaths in recent years as well as claims of autism and other crippling illnesses as a result of vaccinations.

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Some say it's a settled science while many others claim that it's a scam that is used to help create profit for the healthcare industry.

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Canopy this week responded to the lawsuit, publicly admitting that they are responsible for giving the girl the HPV vaccine without her mother's permission, but they say there was no physical force used in applying it.

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This could become a groundbreaking case of whether the state or the parents have the right to decide the future of their children and their healthcare with millions of Americans on the agreement that the government is continuously attempting to control the family sector and overstep its boundaries.

If the case goes as far as the Supreme Court, which seems likely, it could set a precedent for decades to come.

Source:

http://www.wdsu.com/article/mississippi-center-admits-teenager-vaccinated-despite-mothers-objection/12180976

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Anonymous No. 7683 1504749759

Anti vacination is anti american

Anonymous No. 7690 1504758285

Choosing to not vaccinate your child may be your choice, true. However, keeping other people safe from your petri-dish of a kid because you didn't want to vaccinate, is the job of everybody else. If you don't vaccinate, then don't send your kids to public school, to stores, or anywhere else, because they're a walking bioweapon at that point, posing a risk of infecting people unable to get vaccines (really young and super old). And before the "but they can't pass it on if they're not sick" look at different strains of MRSA, you can be a carrier even if you're not afflicted. Antivaxxers may think they're awesome parents for looking out for their kid, but that same act makes them irresponsible members of society.

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