Negative Effects Of Mandatory Immunization

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Negative Effects of Mandatory Immunization In the Darwin’s theory of evolution, human beings are descended with modification. Natural selection promotes the history of the human beings’ development. Immunization is a compulsory way to protect children from the infectious diseases. Richard Adler, an expert in the immunization area, defines that immunization is an artificial process of resisting to communicable diseases (Alder ). The definition of immunization sounds not that bad. However, the components of vaccines shock me. They are made from weakened or killed viruses. The weakened or killed viruses are injected into our bodies to stimulate our immune systems to produce the antibodies and destroy the viruses. For this reason, there are many …show more content…
Many parents believe that vaccines can help children produce antibodies and keep healthy, but recently a story in the Los Angeles Times reveals that vaccines may result in autism. In this story, after the son of Gary Monahan accepts the vaccines of measles, mumps and rubella, he starts to run a high fever. It makes Gary’s son become autistic. His experience sets up the negative attitudes towards the mandatory immunization. Even during the outbreak of measles, he refuses to make the rest of his children get a shot (B.1). Based on the data from CDC, we can predict that there are many similar examples existing. The vaccines can lead to more severe side effects than any medicines. The side effects are divided into two types. The first one is mild problems, including headaches, stuffy noses, cough, diarrhea and fever. The most shocking thing is the second type—severe problems. It means that the mandatory immunization can kill some children …show more content…
The antibodies can’t be permanent. However, antibodies which children get from natural diseases provide many advantages over the vaccines. Russell L. Blaylock, who is a board-certified neurosurgeon, states that children with being injected by vaccines are likely to get the communicable diseases. Moreover, some vaccines can be effective for no more than two years. Children need to face many fatal side effects (7). In addition, parents are always assuming that the artificial immunization can supply as complete immunity as the natural diseases. The result will disappoint many parents. As studies show, after the recovery from diseases like chickenpox, the immune systems will protect our bodies from the same viruses. There is a track record of the viruses in our bodies

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