A nurse friend of mine shared this article on Facebook (gawd, why do I always post about Facebook?!) and I wanted to share and get thoughts. This year is looking to be the worst for measles in 17 years. The numbers don't seem high, but it's a foothold. Measles is also not as serious as other things we vaccinate for (no deaths yet), but it's indicative of things to come. Does anyone get the rationale of anti-vaccine thinking? I just can't wrap my head around it. Is there anyone who has managed to speak reason to an anti-vaxer? From what I see, it just boils down to selfishness.