Ethics of Vaccinations

The invention of the vaccine is unarguably one of the greatest medical achievements in the past century. Since the invention of vaccinations, the wide use of immunizations has drastically lowered the incidence of - and in some cases completely eradicated - infectious diseases that once took the lives of millions. Vaccines protect children and adults against a number of infectious and dangerous diseases, including measles, small pox, mumps, whooping cough, human papilloma virus (HPV), and the flu, among others.

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