Vaccination Prevention And Its Effect On The Human Body

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It is generally recognized that the increase in life expectancy and an increase in the world population in the twentieth century is largely due to a decrease in morbidity and mortality from infectious diseases. The contribution of vaccination in these processes is undeniable. The high efficiency of vaccination in the prevention of communicable diseases is largely determined by the fact that the ideas of vaccination prevention were developed by many generations of scientists and practitioners.
Nevertheless, we have to meet with the opinion that vaccination (use of vaccines) are harmful to health, causes complications affect a wide variety of systems of the human body. In this regard, supposedly should renounce the use of vaccines.
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Vaccination has played a crucial role in the global eradication of smallpox. The last case of smallpox in the world was registered in October 1977 in Merca, Somalia. (Deria, et al) Vaccination is the basis of global polio eradication program, which has been successfully implemented in our day. Three regions have already received certificates, certifying the complete absence of polio in the countries included in these regions: American (certified in 1994), the Western Pacific (2000), European (21 June 2002). (Europe achieves historical milestone as Region is declared polio polio-free, n.d.). Ideally we would love to eradicate all diseases, it just not has happened yet. Until we find the answer, vaccinations will greatly reduce the burden of infectious diseases. Vaccination is given utmost importance in programs to eliminate measles and rubella in the European region. The elimination of these infections – is an indisputable success of humanity in its relationship with the outside world. Although vaccinations are one of medicines greatest achievements, it doesn’t come without its’ challenges, concerns and potential developments.

Vaccination challenges
Modern medicine considers vaccination as the most effective and most cost-effective method of preventing infectious diseases. The World Health Organization
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