When it comes to #vaccines, there are no opinions, only #facts

I’m pretty excited to get this episode about vaccines out tomorrow. There’s already been a constant back and forth on Twitter since I announced it last week.

My intention is not to create debate but rather get the facts out and help people make better, more informed decisions for themselves and their loved ones. There’s so much misinformation out there right now and I’m hoping to counter that with facts from experts in the field.

I’m currently scheduling with an accomplished infectious disease epidemiologist. We will be discussing vaccines for her perspective and experience. Tomorrow I’ll be releasing my interview with Dr. Ryan Marino, an ER physician and Medical Toxicologist. These are serious issues and we need to listen to the experts and not people posting on social media. When it comes to vaccines, there are no opinions, only facts.

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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I grew up in the era when vaccines were saving kids from polio. The vaccine came out the year I was born, and I can tell you when I got a polio vaccine at school in 1st grade, teachers were still very, very happy that kids couldn’t get polio anymore. My husband is older and remembers polio outbreaks happening in the summer. Maybe if some of these anti-vaxxers had heard about the devastation caused by these diseases, they wouldn’t be so cavalier with other people’s health. Trying to explain herd immunity to the selfish is a chore.