Benefits Of Vaccines

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Infections, outbreaks, diseases, viruses all keep a person vulnerable to deadly consequences if not treated correctly. Two sides of the community are established: one fearing for their lives, and the other trying to convince that vaccine medications are safe. Those who cannot be vaccinated rely on those who can be vaccinated, but if people decide to not vaccinate themselves, more and more will continue to suffer and this will cause more outbreaks. Since many people around the world are falling ill due to deadly diseases that their body cannot fight on their own, vaccines should therefore be used to fight against diseases with its many benefits and safety for a better environment. Beneficial to all people young and old, vaccines have…show more content…
No one will know if the person next to them is immunized with vaccines or not. Vaccinating people later than the recommended period of vaccination can increase the risk of other diseases. “For most diseases, vaccination rates must remain very high—up to 95% in some cases—to establish what's known as herd immunity, the protection provided by an entire community to the handful of people who can't be vaccinated because of a demonstrable medical condition” (Kluger 40-43). The higher the rates are for those who are vaccinated, the more protection people can give each other. It becomes a win-win situation; some people are born with diseases and illnesses that prevent them from being vaccinated and with the help of those who are vaccinated, lower the risks of anyone catching a deadly…show more content…
The anti-vaccine movement has been trying to tell many parents that “the shots are overused and teeming with toxins. They cause autism, bipolar disorder, ADHD, allergies and more. They are profit centers for greedy doctors and Big Pharma, and everybody's keeping the dangers quiet.” (Kluger 40-43). With a strong passive voice and concerned parents, anything can be believable even if it is just a rumor used to spread lies and prevent adults and children from getting the vaccines they need. “In 2007, Maulana Fazlullah, who heads the Pakistani Taliban, went on Pakistani radio and denounced vaccinations as a conspiracy of western nations to render Muslims infertile.” (Garrett). The consequences of this lead to deadly outbreaks that killed more people than before vaccines had been denounced. To the anti-vaccine movement, "the vaccine business has continued to thrive in spite of its disastrous failure, for the mere reason that it nets millions of dollars for the promoters, and that this buys power with governments and propaganda control over the masses who don't know how to think for themselves"(Sinclair). By indirectly stating the other health problems of general diseases that are vaccine preventable, helps to force patients to realize that vaccines are not a bad thing at all. Laws ordered by the government has
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