Vaccination

Ronin Davis

Should parents have thier kids vac

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No

Because After Pasteur’s time, a widespread and intensive search for new vaccines was conducted, and vaccines against both baterica and viruses were produced, as well as vaccines against venoms and other toxins. Through vaccination, smallpox was eradicated worldwide by 1980, and polio cases declined by 99 percent. Other examples of diseases for which vaccines have been developed include mumps, measles, typhoid fever, cholera, plague, tuberculosis, tularemia, pneumococcal infection, tetanus, influenza, yellow fever, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, some types of encephalitis, and typhus—although some of those vaccines are less than 100 percent effective or are used only in populations at high risk. Vaccines against typhus viruses provide especially important immune protection, since, unlike bacterial infections, viral infections do not respond to antibiotics.
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The reason why?

The reason why is because so as you vaccinated your child they wont come up with the virus later in their life when growing up.

Different types of Vaccination

Attenuated vaccines include those for measles, mumps, polio (the Sabin vaccine), rubella ,and tuberculosis. Inactivated vaccines are those that contain organisms that have been killed or inactivated with heat or chemicals. It also made it possible to alter pathogens genetically and produce weakened strains of viruses
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Another reason why

Another reason why is what if there was an animal with rabies or a rusty spoon or nail cut or went inside your skin you might have little infection and a Vaccination can help that
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Conculision

That parents should get their kids vac. Because so they don't get later in their life. Also If they do get it later they might not be able to survive. So you should get your kid vac. They will be immune to the virus or infection in their body.