I think Thena's post shows much education on that matter, not taking things lightly or jumping on the bandwagon to pass rumors on.
That is what I worry the nost, taking something that is not proven to be fact and helping to spread it like wildfire.
Education is key. But, as was pointed about parents not realizing they DO have a choice and going to get vaccinations, it lends to the other way as well.
How many people will hear soemthing "bad" about vaccinations and just decide "nope, not going to do it!" without truly educating themselves at all on the benefits vs the risks? All because people want to say, without scientific proof, vaccinations are harmful.
I commend Thena for taking the steps she has taken.