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A northern Kentucky teenager banned from school for refusing the chickenpox vaccination due to his religious beliefs has come down with the childhood malady, his attorney said Wednesday.

Jerome Kunkel, a student at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Assumption Academy, first started showing chickenpox symptoms last week and hopes to have recovered by next week, a lawyer for the 18-year-old told NBC News.

Kunkel and his family have no regrets about their decision to not be vaccinated.
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Siobhan

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A childhood malady? Sure. But the older one is when one comes down with chickenpox, the more severe the disease is.

--Al
Just wait until he finds out how painful shingles are, and they're from having then continuing to carry the chicken pox virus in his spinal cord.
We know he'll ignore any Dr.'s warnings to get the shingles vax once he's in the age group for contracting shingles, and boy, won't he have fun then! :p
 

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notchback

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Just wait until he finds out how painful shingles are, and they're from having then continuing to carry the chicken pox virus in his spinal cord.
We know he'll ignore any Dr.'s warnings to get the shingles vax once he's in the age group for contracting shingles, and boy, won't he have fun then! :p
At least he's not autistic.
 

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