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'Our own fears can help us understand our patients better'

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I resent being told by my faceless employer that I should have the vaccine, I spend much of my time avoiding eating foods with additives, not using preservative and chemical laden cosmetic and household products, so why should I feel guilty about making a choice not to have a vaccine, which has dubious efficacy simply because of my career choice? Patients have the right to say no, shouldn't we, the nurses, have the same human rights?

Posted date

23 August, 2011

Posted time

11:10 pm

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