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techmom99 wrote:However, back in the day, my mom told me that when I had the German measles in 1960, all of the teenaged girls in the neighborhood who hadn't had it yet were brought by my house to get them exposed. By that time, people knew that exposure could damage a fetus but there was no vaccine yet so exposing young women to it before they were ready to have children was an accepted way of life. Needless to say, my children are completely vacccinated.
LOUKYDAD wrote:Realistically I couldn't imagine any scenario where I would be paying more than $200k to launch each kid.