Childhood Vaccines Pros And Cons Research Paper

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Imagine your child slowly losing her vision or suddenly having seizures for no known cause? You remember the last time your child visited the doctor, she is up to date on her latest vaccinations, shouldn’t she be protected? The answer is no! The ingredients in vaccinations are so harmful, they are causing more diseases than actually curing them. Nobody suspects something that is supposed to help them, actually harm them. What is a vaccine? A vaccine is a product that makes an individual’s immune system become immune from a disease. You take vaccines by mouth, aerosol or by a needle injection (Basics). Some of the common types of vaccinations include Diphtheria, Pertussis, which is whooping cough, Tetanus, Poliomyelitis, and MMR, which is abbreviated from measles, mumps, rubella (Immunization). Childhood vaccines shouldn’t be mandatory because they have ingredients that are dangerous, don’t always work, and can…show more content…
The benefits of getting vaccines is much better than the possible side effects of pain, redness, and tenderness at the place of the needle injection. Cases of serious allergic reactions to certain vaccines are very rare, there are no serious side effects (5 Important Reasons). In fact, many people feel that illnesses such as polio and measles, are gone and will no longer be a threat to Americans, because of vaccines. However, there will still be problems in the developing countries. In many cases, for many vaccines, you only have to be vaccinated once, they are painless and last for life (9 Major). If the U.S. stopped vaccinating children or adults, the diseases would come back. That is why we keep vaccinating. For example, one traveler from a foreign country could be carrying diseases and transmit it to the unvaccinated, and then there could be major breakouts across the country

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