Legalization Of Vaccines

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In recent studies, researchers found a way to use technology to further develop the area of vaccinations within the medical field and more importantly for infants. Mr. Michael Hagmann confirms that “Immunologists are using computers to help them identify the antigen fragments that trigger immune responses and might thus provide vaccines for diseases ranging from malaria to cancer”. With research on a positive note, headed into the right direction for the future, an article states “It may be possible to create vaccine cocktails directed against several different pathogens by inserting multiple proteins into a single vector or by mixing several vaccines made with the same viral vector but expressing different proteins.” (“Advances in Vaccine …show more content…
One must take into consideration that it is not their body and will not have to grow up in it and live in the future as so. As stated in the article “5 myths surrounding vaccines -- and the reality”, “…highly contagious measles… broke out last winter… Unvaccinated children got it at Disneyland and spread it to other kids who aren 't inoculated… with 644 in the United States. It 's not harmless. It can lead to pneumonia, lifelong brain damage, deafness and death. Globally, it 's still a major killer of children, the World Health Organization says”. This is just a reminder as to why many health professionals advise that people vaccinate their infants and children. It is important to vaccinate children so they may live a healthy life, without any threats to their health. Vaccines.procon.org says that “Some legal experts believe that parents who do not vaccinate their children should be subject to criminal prosecution (including criminally negligent homicide and monetary damages) if their unvaccinated children infect and harm other children who are too young or immunocompromised to receive vaccines”. This may be taking it a bit far by saying they need to be prosecuted, however, it does not take away from the fact of how important this issue is. Not receiving vaccines may also impact the lives of others who have not received the vaccine as well. “Still, …show more content…
If the parents of Brady Johnson had only allowed the physicians to vaccinate him, their child’s death could have been prevented. Since measles is a leading cause of death in infants, it isn’t necessarily the fault of Brady’s parents, rather they were uninformed about the possibilities of what they could do to help their child. The myths behind vaccination need to be debunked so that parents like Brady’s will be able to get the help that their child

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