November 2018

Monthly Archives

  • Fighting HPV and Cancer

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    The past three years have been grueling. During that time, I was diagnosed with Stage 2 Adenocarcinoma at age 36.  I was a single mother with two children, ages 6 and 8.  I got the diagnosis in a roundabout way, as, unfortunately, many of us do.  I had had abnormal pap smears starting 8 years […]

  • An Uncomplicated, Straightforward Choice

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    1 Week Prior to Doctor Appointment Zoe: “I don’t want to get a shot. Will I have to get a shot?” Me: “Yes, you will have to get at least one shot.” Zoe: “I DON’T WANT TO GET A SHOT? Why? Why do I have to get a shot?” Me: “To keep you healthy.” Zoe: […]

  • Dr. Hotez talks about Vaccines and Rachel’s Autism

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    Is there wiggle room about the idea that vaccines do not cause autism? Is it possible that sometimes in some particularly vulnerable children that vaccines act as a trigger for autism? Dr. Peter Hotez’s new book Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel’s Autism leaves no wiggle room in the answer. Vaccines have nothing to do with […]