Should children be vaccinated?

Should children be vaccinated?

by kem_pel added 1 year ago

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  • Vaccinations are given for diseases that are very harmful and often life-threatening. Even if there are slight risks, not getting a vaccination puts a child at a much larger risk. Additionally, these diseases are usually highly contagious, not vaccinating a child may therefore result in it infecting other children that are too young to be vaccinated or cannot be vaccinated for reasons such as allergies.
    by kem_pel added 1 year ago 0 0

    Correlation doesn't necessarily mean causation. A 1% correlation between vaccination and autism, as shown in the widest ranging study on this subject, definitely doesn't indicate causation. Even if we accept that there's a 1% chance of developing autism as a direct result of vaccination, that is much more preferable to them dying of a preventable disease, or being patient zero for this century's bubonic plague. One can put pressure on organisations to more thoroughly explore whether the 1% correlation is the fault of an element of the vaccine solution. In the meantime, the sensible thing to do is prevent your child from catching deadly preventable diseases.

    by Harleygator added 1 year ago 0 0

    If they are used, it means that they are proven safe.

    by gabriele added 1 year ago 0 0