Vaccines Argumentative Analysis

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Vaccines should not be an optional choice given to parents when it comes to their children. Over the years vaccines have been proven to be effective, safe, and the best option when it comes to children 's lives. While supporting that all children should be vaccinated, I also support the facts that vaccines have no effects on Autism. While the thought of Autism is a main reason parents tend to say no to vaccines, there is no link between vaccines given to a child, and whether or not they have or will have Autism. Parents are given the option now for certain vaccines as of whether or not they want their kid to receive it. Reasons why some parents say no to vaccines is their religion, personal beliefs, or the parents feel the vaccine is unnecessary. Parents tend the think the chemicals within the vaccines are extremely…show more content…
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that 732,000 American children were saved from death and 322 million cases of childhood illnesses were prevented between 1994 and 2014 due to vaccination.” With these given statistics, Parents should be more than willing to vaccinate with all the lives saved in the years past. One main factor that makes the vaccines safe is the ingredients used. While used in large quantities, thimerosal, formaldehyde, and aluminum can be dangerous but scientist have lowered the dosage to a healthy form. Along with using safe ingredients, each vaccine has to be tested up to 10 years or more before they are licensed. Then they are monitored by the CDC and FDA before ever using them on patients. Other benefits from vaccinations is that it saves the children and their parents time and money based on if they were sick due to the fact they didn’t vaccinate. Vaccines also protect the spread of diseases, and future

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