Why vaccinate?

What’s with all the controversy around vaccinations lately?

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The connection between autism symptoms and vaccination shots is due to coincidence. The time of the 3 year vaccination is the same time the first symptoms of autism begin to show. The scientific evidence showing a casual relationship is weak at best.

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Answered on July 7, 2017.
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Small pox eradication is evidence of the importance of immunization. Small pox killed more people than any other pathogen in history. It was highly contagious and deadly and was spread throughout the world up until the 20th century. Once the vaccine was discovered and used it has been completely eradicated to the point you don’t even need to vaccinate for it anymore. This shows how important immunizations are regardless of risk.

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Answered on July 7, 2017.
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Unimmunised children are a risk to others. The argument that your unvaccinated child is not a risk to anyone but himself because other kids will be vaccinated is incorrect. There are some children with conditions that don’t allow vaccination and the more other kids without immunisation the greater risk of a spread of disease.

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Answered on July 9, 2017.
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There is financial motives for hiding the connection. There is billions of dollars at stake when the market for vaccines is in trouble so the people with interests involved will lie and cheat to keep people from learning the truth.

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Answered on July 9, 2017.
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