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Unvaccinated teens ask how they can be vaccinated without parental consent
Salt Lake City – When the outbreak of measles breaks through Washington, the children of anti-vaccination parents turn to the Internet to ask how they can get vaccinations without permission from their parents.
In particular, over the past two months, at least half a dozen posts have been seen by unvaccinated teens who ask what rights should be opposed to minors against the beliefs of their parents.
The fear that vaccines cause autism is a fortress in this country. Nearly one in ten Americans believe that at least some vaccines are dangerous, according to the Pew Research Center, and another 7% of Americans are sure they are healthy or not.
Health experts insist that these concerns are unfounded. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has in fact devoted a whole part of its website to discrediting the idea that vaccines cause autism.
However, faith is slow to shake off from the collective consciousness of the nation. The recent outbreak of measles in Washington is a direct consequence of this belief, say many health experts, which is particularly strong in this country. At some schools in Washington, a quarter of all kindergarten students are not properly vaccinated.
Recently, however, their children take it in their own hands.
Five months ago, Reddit's 1
5-year-old community wanted advice on how to vaccinate without parental consent.