Childhood Vaccination Pros And Cons

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Ethan Rogers
American Lit.
Mrs. Cline
20 March 2017

Childhood Vaccine Controversy: and Why Vaccines are Safe
Childhood Vaccination Should Be Mandatory

Vaccination is commonly considered one of the greatest medical achievements of modern technology. Vaccinations have helped practically eliminate many childhood or birth diseases that were very common less than a century ago. The immense results of effectiveness of vaccinations can lead to individuals to lose sight of what’s really important and focus on side effects, which leads to an unacceptably high number of exemptions. This can ultimately compromise vaccination programs and leave populations more susceptible to outbreaks. Nearly 8 out of 10 adults in the U.S believe that parents should
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Even with this being the case vaccinations have for a lengthy time been an issue of ethicality and practicality, some of the fears in vaccinations are 1) fear of the common side effects 2) fear of the harmful ingredients 3) distrust in the federal organizations FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), 4) risk of extreme or even fatal reactions to the vaccines and lastly but surely not the least 5) Vaccines and …show more content…
Pressed deep into the fact sheets of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), you can see that vaccines are filled to the brim with toxins. Of these toxins, can be heavy metals, chemicals, and allergens. For some examples, Formaldehyde is one of these big name chemicals mixed up in vaccines. The FDA states that, “Excessive exposure to formaldehyde may cause cancer.” Also there’s a chemical known as 2-phenoxyethanol in these vaccines. Which also has a FDA warning, a warning that reads “It can depress the central nervous system and may cause vomiting and diarrhea, which can lead to dehydration in infants.” No one likes the sound of

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