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The teen secretly vaccinates and blows up the "conspiracy theory," believing that "parents are against Wax:" God knows how I'm still alive "
A teenager has told how to be secretly vaccinated against the wishes of his parents, which he claims to have debunked the anti-vaccine "conspiracy theories" they read online.
Ithan Lindenberger, 18, called for a Reddit forum for help asking what vaccines he should receive because he said he never received such because "my parents are stupid and do not believe in vaccines." "God knows how I'm still alive," he writes. After reading the advice and consulting with a pastor, the teenager entered a cabinet department in Norwalk, Ohio, last December, and received hepatitis A, hepatitis B, influenza and HPV vaccines.
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As a child, he missed a vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), which most countries require children to go to school, and Disease Control Centers. is administered in two doses.
"The long-term vaccine safety program in the United States is closely monitoring and constantly monitoring the safety of vaccines," he wrote