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8 minutes ago, Aristides said:

Do you honestly think they are separate, that both can't happen at the same time? That a person with cancer, heart disease or any other serious ailment and Covid has the same chance of survival as one who doesn't have Covid?

What happened to your claims about 90% of Covid deaths having underlying conditions?

You keep trying to justify the unjustifiable.. gross really

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It's totally justifiable and if it were my organs being donated there is no way I would want them to go to an antivaxer, a person who is willing to put their life in the hands of surgeons and take anti rejection drugs for the rest of their lives to survive but when it comes to vaccines, they know better. Give my organs to someone with the brains to appreciate them and honour the person who gave them.

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10 minutes ago, Aristides said:

It's totally justifiable and if it were my organs being donated there is no way I would want them to go to an antivaxer, a person who is willing to put their life in the hands of surgeons and take anti rejection drugs for the rest of their lives to survive but when it comes to vaccines, they know better. Give my organs to someone with the brains to appreciate them and honour the person who gave them.

You are so full of hate brainwashed by cbc news.. it's disturbing and you need to be deprogrammed from your cult

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56 minutes ago, Aristides said:

Yes, people that are so sick they need organ transplants have only a 1% chance of dying as they try to avoid organ rejection after major surgery. What an ignorant statement. You are the joke.

Stop pretending to understand biology better than doctors and virologists who themselves are uncertain about a lot.  Someone on my team has spent the week recovering from her vaccine.  Maybe it was worth it.  I’m not sure.  The knowledge about the efficacy of the C-19 vaccine has proven to be a lot more tenuous than it was proclaimed to be.  I support science, but we don’t always have clarity on the science and science doesn’t answer many ethical questions. It turns out that there can be different treatments for people of different health profiles. I’m triple vaccinated but I’m not interested in taking more manufactured immunity treatments at this point because I’m relatively fit and trust my immunity. When I had Covid it was mild.  People must make informed decisions based on their own profiles.  It’s not always advisable for the state to mandate one size fits all healthcare, clearly.  It’s actually a blunt instrument that puts the ease of a blanket prevention above individualized medical care.  It’s really turned me off Canadian-style socialist healthcare. Canadians are beholden to their “overwhelmed” system and lose medical discretion and other rights because of it.

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12 minutes ago, Zeitgeist said:

Stop pretending to understand biology better than doctors and virologists who themselves are uncertain about a lot.  Someone on my team has spent the week recovering from her vaccine.  Maybe it was worth it.  I’m not sure.  The knowledge about the efficacy of the C-19 vaccine has proven to be a lot more tenuous than it was proclaimed to be.  I support science, but we don’t always have clarity on the science and science doesn’t answer many ethical questions. It turns out that there can be different treatments for people of different health profiles. I’m triple vaccinated but I’m not interested in taking more manufactured immunity treatments at this point because I’m relatively fit and trust my immunity. When I had Covid it was mild.  People must make informed decisions based on their own profiles.  It’s not always advisable for the state to mandate one size fits all healthcare, clearly.  It’s actually a blunt instrument that puts the ease of a blanket prevention above individualized medical care.  It’s really turned me off Canadian-style socialist healthcare. Canadians are beholden to their “overwhelmed” system and lose medical discretion and other rights because of it.

I'm not pretending anything, it's the transplant surgeons who required her to be vaccinated but I guess you know better on the basis of one person who had a reaction to a vaccine.

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25 minutes ago, Aristides said:

I'm not pretending anything, it's the transplant surgeons who required her to be vaccinated but I guess you know better on the basis of one person who had a reaction to a vaccine.

I’ll trust my judgment. You trust yours. You don’t know the criteria or regimen for transplants, which themselves are individualized. I’m not pretending to know. 

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