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Teenage mysteriously vaccinated and blast conspiracy theory in anticipation of "anti-vax parents: God knows how I'm still alive"
Teen explained how she would have been secretly vaccinated with the wishes of her parents, who she believed they had concealed the "conspiracy theories" vaccine
Ethan Lindenberger, 18, applied for help on the Reddit forum, asking what vaccines he had should get it because he never received it because "my parents are foolish and do not believe in vaccines". "God knows how I'm still alive," he wrote.
After reading the advice and consulting the pastor, the teenager walked to the health service department in Norwalk, Ohio last December and received vaccines against hepatitis A hepatitis B, influenza and HPV.
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As a child, he missed the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine that most states require children to attend school and which centers of disease. Control and prevention recommendations are presented in two doses.
"The US long-term vaccine safety program closely monitors the safety of vaccines," he says