Humans have evolved from very basic skills to skills that we all hold today. Many years ago people were not able to do certain things they can now or have the same mindset so people today. Medicine has grown and prospered a great deal in only a few hundred years. Hundreds of years ago, scientist lived through war, famine, and diseases. For years, scientist experimented ways that they could cure diseases by using anything they could get their hands on.
As a parent of an 11 year-old daughter, you would research a lot to be sure if there is any side effect or problem with the Gardasil vaccination. Parents are responsible for their children and must be wary not to blindly follow their doctor 's recommended vaccine schedule. They cannot rely or expect their doctor to know everything. They should do their own research and ask plenty of questions about devastating effects. Although I believe vaccines are central and essential components of public health, there are two kinds of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines. The first one is Gardasil, approved in, 2006 and the second one is Cervarix, approved in 2009 by the FDA. Although Gardasil protects against four HPV types (6, 11, 16, and 18), and it is approved for use by females aged 9-26 to help prevent cancer of the vagina, cervix, anal, vulva, also genital warts, there are many reported side effects(KRUSZELNICKI, 2014). According to Gardasil.com, the side effects include pain, swelling, itching, bruising, and redness at the injection site, headache, fever, dizziness,
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? That is the question. Vaccination has sparked heated debate since its development amongst the following groups; parents, naturopaths, medical professionals, etc. Fuel has been added to the fire of the vaccine debate by the media and anti-vaxxer fear mongering tactics, making it hard for those considering vaccination, to decipher fact from myth. It is vital that we first understand the facts rather than believing the latest rumor before making an informed decision to vaccinate or not. This is the aim of this report. Through analytical research presented in this report I have come to the conclusion that vaccines are not only crucial and beneficial but that everyone who is eligible should be vaccinated, as that
Many parents want what’s best for their children, especially when it comes to their child's health. One of the most controversial topics today is whether or not to give children the required vaccinations. By choosing to vaccinate a child you could potentially determine the future for that child and diseases they could and could not be exposed to. The real question is, Why should you vaccinate? It is important for parents to know all of the facts before they make the decision to vaccinate. Did you know that 5.1-6% of the state of Michigan is not vaccinated. There are many people including medical professionals that believe the benefits that vaccines give to the children far outweigh the risks that could occur from not giving the vaccines.
Previously mentioned, there are plenty of stories on the internet alleging that the medical problems their child is now facing is a direct result of the HPV vaccine. As shown above, there is no evidence that suggests the vaccine to be the cause of the problem. In Brody’s article she writes, “The C.D.C has stated unequivocally that clinical trials have shown them all the be ‘very safe’.” This once again displays Ethos because it showcases how the esteemed establishment of C.D.C, which specializes in preventing diseases, has deemed the vaccine completely safe for public
Purpose: Effective vaccination is now available to prevent human papillomavirus (HPV), the most common sexually transmitted infection and cause of cervical cancer. This study aimed to estimate the prevalence of HPV vaccination intentions among mothers of daughters with and without a history of childhood cancer, and young adult female cancer survivors, in addition to identifying the factors associated with HPV vaccination intentions.
There has been a huge controversy concerning vaccination for children from many parents. Many parents had different reason on why they were for or against vaccination. Some for religious purposes, concerned about the long-term side effects. Most parents feel that vaccine is poison. The fact that doctors are injecting something into their child can be terrifying. Others, on the other hand, admire the fact that doctors were taking contributing to preventative healthcare. Calling the shots documentary is extremely informative. With great pleasure, I will share all I’ve learned and my reaction. It is unbelievable how these airborne diseases can easily affect people.
This is a research and informational paper that should give the reader a clear understanding regarding the evolution of vaccinations. There are many different cultures and influences that play a role in how vaccinations are perceived today. Some of these viewpoints are backed by research and scientific proof while others are just opinions. These are going to be touched on within this paper as well in order to give a broad picture of where vaccinations began, how they have developed through the years and the impact this has had on
Why parents are decision not to vaccinate to their children? Specific Purpose: To tell my sophomore students know about 3 reasons why parents are decision not to vaccinate Central Idea: There are three reasons that the parents are decision not to vaccinate Introduction: I know you have many reasons about vaccination, Let me tell you about reasons that the parents are decision not to vaccinate Body I. The side effects of some vaccines to children A. Some children have a high fever and headache after vaccinate B.
Some examples are that for the past several years we have heard that polio vaccine lead lymphoma and caused the AIDS epidemic, and the MMR vaccine lead to Crohn’s disease and autism. These theories, however have not bothered themselves with facts, that might be fair in the time of chiropractic’s infancy, but now, in the 20th century it is not acceptable. The lack of true information about vaccination is a struggle to the vaccination policy. A research by Kennedy et al. shows that health professionals consider that girls are empowered to make decisions about the HPV vaccine for themselves, some of them decide not to take the vaccine for the lack of information.
Many people think they should not get themselves or their children vaccinated because of the side effects that could occur after receiving the vaccination. Side effects such as headache, fever, rash, redness, and tenderness at the site of the injection are all common side effects. However, there are more serious side effects that could require hospitalization, or result in death. According to the CDC, the more serious side effects are rare and there are very few records of them happening. There are others who think they or their children do not need to be vaccinated because of the natural immunity that occurs in one’s body. Some think that because their body is able to fight off a disease, they do not need to get vaccinated. A disease
Requiring vaccinations is a highly debatable topic in the United States today. An article by Ronald Bayer, “The continuing tensions between individual rights and public health,” is one of the most reliable sources in the case study. The author has a PhD from the University of Chicago and focuses his research on issues of social justice and ethical matters. Bayer has also previously been a consultant to the World Health Organization on ethical issues related to public health. This makes him very knowledgeable about the topic and a highly credible source. In the article he discusses what makes vaccinations a controversy among Americans. He says, “it would be more honest and in the long term more protective of public health to acknowledge that intervention is sometimes necessary to protect individuals from their own foolish or dangerous behaviour” (Bayer 4). This statement shows his support for vaccinations.
Introduction: The purpose for vaccines is to simulate the effects of natural immunization without the risk posed by contracting the virus. For over 50 years, it has been the custom for people to give their pets yearly vaccinations. To what extent does over-vaccination detrimentally affect the health and well-being of dogs?