When it comes to vaccination, there is a lot of controversy and debate. I’m not getting involved in that. The choice you make for your family is your choice. I’m pro-education, but at the end of the day, my job is to protect my family the way I feel is best - not yours.
But while sharing your knowledge, stop perpetuating myths. The most well-known of these is that vaccines actually cause autism. The 1998 study by Dr Andrew Wakefield has been proved to be fraudulent. There is nothing that actually proves autism is caused by vaccines, and plenty of information and studies to the contrary.
There are pros and cons to vaccines, and they are well worth researching, especially if you are a parent and are unsure of whether you should vaccine on schedule, do selective or delayed vaccination, or no vaccinations at all. But myths do not help parents make those decisions; facts do.