This article explains just how effective vaccines are compared to other safety methods such as seat belts. Preventing dieases such as cancer and other serious dieases could be as simple as getting a vaccine. Many lives can be saved by getting up to date on vaccines. Vaccines were created to help prevent dieases not allow them grow bigger ("4 Shocking Statistics").*** “4 Shocking Statistics About Vaccines.” The Immunization Partnership, 26 Apr. 2017, www.immunizeusa.org/blog/2015/february/19/4-striking-statistics-about-vaccination/.
The article explains that," the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development argues there has been no conclusive, scientific evidence that any part of a vaccine, nor any combination of vaccines causes autism" (Anan). Anan states this because over many years there has been speculation of vaccines or a combination of vaccines causing autism in children. The article explains that vaccines are only used to be beneficial and have not be scientifically proven to be connected to any harmful dieases. ***Anan, Ruth, and Carol Turkington. “Vaccines and Autism.” The Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Facts On File, 2006, online.infobase.com/Auth/Index?aid=&itemid=&articleId=128988. Accessed 3 May 2018.
The article explains that all can medicines can be harmful but," some vaccines might have greater risks than those of the diease aganist which the vaccine was supposed to protect" (Payne). Payne writes this to explain how some statistics aren't given to patients to keep vaccines in a positive light. It is unsafe to continue to require some vaccines when it isn't proven that there are no side effects or unintended effects from the vaccines given.***Payne, Franklin E. “Can Vaccines Actually Cause More Harm than Good?” JPands, 2000, www.jpands.org/hacienda/article40.html.
The article explains that,"many vaccine-preventable dieases are still common in the United States" (Vanucci). Vanucci states this because if patients were to get vaccines all of the dieases will decrease and those dieases would be less common. This shows that vaccines are helpful not harmful to health but, some patients are misinformed on how helpful vaccines really are***Vanucci, Rebecca. “Why Vaccines Are Important.” Mass Public Health Blog, 14 Aug. 2017, blog.mass.gov/publichealth/the-importance-of-immunizations/adults-why-vaccines-are-important-for-you/.
This article explains that vaccines like all medicine can cause harm but vaccines cause less harm than the diease that the vaccine is trying to prevent. Vaccines cause harm very rarely and are used to help the body build up a defense aganist dieases. It also says that if an outbreak were to occur vaccinated people would have a 30 percent chance of getting the diease versus a unvaccinated patient with a 100 percent chance ("Can Vaccine").*** “Can Vaccines Cause Harm?” Boost Oregon, 2016, www.boostoregon.org/can-vaccines-cause-harm/.
This article uses a inforgraphic to show how dieases decreased after vaccines were introduced. Once a vaccine was administered the dieases became almost extinct. The infographic also shows how the dieases and vaccine correspond with time and historal event sand how they affected how effective the vaccines were. In all cases the vaccine positively impacted each diease by decrerasing the outbreak rates (You).****You Jia, “Here's the Visual Proof of Why Vaccines Do More Good than Harm.” Science | AAAS, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 8 Dec. 2017, www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/04/here-s-visual-proof-why-vaccines-do-more-good-harm.