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Twenty-seven years after Roald Dahl wrote that “parents who now refuse to have their children immunized are putting the lives of those children at risk,” the number of parents choosing not to have their children vaccinated is growing, and the anti-vaccination debate continues. Rand Paul was criticized for saying in an interview, “I’ve heard of many tragic cases of walking, talking normal children who wound up with profound mental disorders after vaccines.” He added that he’d vaccinated his own kids, and said, “I’m not arguing vaccines are a bad idea. But I think parents should have some input.” Ophelia Dahl reacted to the GOP presidential hopeful’s comments, saying, “It’s irresponsible. And then, in other places, people need to be persuaded to vaccinate.
The multi-talented artist put out his first EP, eponymously titled, featuring the song “How Deep Is The Ocean,” which he ended up performing on stage alongside his mom during all of the stops on her fall 2012 tour (Check out a snippet of their duet in Philadelphia, HERE).And then, in other places, people need to be persuaded to vaccinate. When he says, ‘All schoolchildren who’ve not yet had a measles immunization should beg their parents to arrange for that,’ that is so classic ‘my dad.’ Like, get to the children, almost as though he trusts children more than he trusts adults to understand fact from fiction,” she said, smiling at the memory.I’ve seen it played out in places like Haiti where I’ve known kids who have died for lack of vaccinations.” She stressed the importance of getting good information about science and data and said that even “a little bit of bad science is a dangerous thing.”Ophelia’s father believed strongly in the importance of information, and the power it provides at any age. And looking back on the hope her father had, sharing his most personal story, she said, “If her death is what spurs people to think about what it would be like to lose a child, and his voice as a children’s writer could create a platform so that other people could know about this, and could allay some of their fears, I think it’d be helpful…He penned a public letter in 1988 as a plea to parents and children to take advantage of the vaccine that came too late for his own daughter.
“He thought if he talked about his own personal experience, that would awaken the slumber he felt people were in,” said Ophelia.It’s a belief that’s reflected in the letter he published in 1988.