I remember waking up in 2014, turned on the radio, or watched the news on TV, and heard once again a child in California was sent home from school sick and later diagnosed with measles a very contagious disease. I remember asking myself; why weren’t these children immunized at birth, or why the government did not mandate them to be vaccinated? From the inception of vaccines in the eighteenth century, a few citizenry have questioned the technique as unnatural then again unsafe, particularly since it is performed on generally healthy individuals; in like manner, some people object to all government mandatory regarding personal life history. These complaints have been a piece of general banters among communities and in administrative chambers about the right harmony between individual freedoms, state activity to ensure the wellbeing of their residents.
In 1796, Edward Jenner exhibited that vaccination with material from a cowpox (vaccinia) sore would guard against ensuing vulnerability to smallpox. This started the vaccine generation, in spite of the fact that it was about 100 years until vaccines against rabies was introduced. In the twentieth century, numerous new vaccines were created and utilized, with spectacular impact on the occurrence of disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) pronounced vaccinations to be one of the 10 great public health accomplishments of the twentieth century.1
1. CDC. Ten great public…