Many researcher are beginning to make connections between vaccines and the rise in chronic disease among children. Since the 1970's the number of scheduled immunizations has risen from 8 to 30, and while acute illnesses have become much less common more and more children are being treated for chronic illnesses and disabilities than ever before. Since the mid 20th century, learning disabili... ... middle of paper ... ...th ends there are very valid points of view, In my opinion, parents should weigh the benefits as well as the risks of each vaccination and decide if it is right for their child. If parents decide against vaccinating, then I believe they should know what is needed to treat and prevent these very serious illnesses. Works Cited 1.
Retrieved March 21, 2014, from http://www.nature.com/mi/journal/v4/n6/full/mi201141a.html Marcola (2011, April 29). The Emergence of Vaccine Induced Diseases. Retrieved March 21, 2014, from http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/04/29/the-emergence-of-vaccine-induced-diseases.aspx U.S Food and Drug Administration (2014, March 14). Thimerosal in Vaccines. Retrieved March 28, 2014, from http://www.fda.gov/biologicsbloodvaccines/safetyavailability/vaccinesafety/ucm096228#saf
This vaccine has shown its true ability with eliminating the pain and suffering in such a great extent. Another vaccine that is administered in most children is what is called MMR. The MMR vaccine prevents children against Measles, Mumps and Rubella. The first dose of this vaccination is given to children anywhere between twelve and forty-seven months. The second dose is given anywhere between fifteen months and twelve years.
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In 1998, Andrew Wakefield published an observation of 12 children that linked the measles, mumps, and rubella combination vaccine with intestinal problems which he believed led to autism. Once people heard this news, they become alarmed. However, many large studies had been conducted and found no association between the t... ... middle of paper ... ...ies. I support immunization also because it can save us economically. It would cost less to get an injection than to be treated with a disease.
Other cancers in humans are also known to be caused by viruses. It is tempting to assign human traits to viruses thinking of them as contriving and evil. But, they... ... middle of paper ... ... enter your body. Some vaccines, such as those for polio, measles and smallpox have been highly effective in removing the causative pathogens from the population. Others viruses including HIV, influenza and those that cause the common cold, are able to change enough to evade recognition by the responding antibodies as to render current vaccines useless.