Should we be afraid of the vaccination of our children?


More and more parents in the world are hesitant about vaccinating their children. They are even more confused from the different views of doctors about vaccines. Some are against them, although they rarely say it in public. Others say that without vaccines many children will struggle with diseases. The fear among parents to vaccinate their children began to take off in 2009 and 2010 with pandemic swine flu, and the culmination began to reach in 2011. Then a group of Finnish scientists have confirmed that there is a relationship between one of the first vaccines that was given against infection and narcolepsy – a type of sleep disorder in children.

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Information about the alleged harmfulness of the vaccine against human papilloma virus (HPV), with which were flooded websites and media, just strengthened the fear.

Which risk is higher?

On the forums is discussed about many vaccines, and currently appears to be the most actual the one against measles, mumps and rubella-MRP. Well, as some share content that it supposedly can cause nerve disorder, ie autism, others say that people can die from infections if they are unprotected.

Earnings of hundreds of billions

Autism, allergies, cancer, nervous and immune diseases are only some from the sequence for which, according to some researchers, they blame vaccines. The point of vaccination is to stimulate your body to create antibodies that will fight against a virus. It is stimulated in that way that in it are mainly imported weakened or deadened viruses. But the problem is, they say, in the ingredients that weakening or killing the viruses. They tend to be mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, formaldehyde, etc..

He believes that the reduction of infectious diseases from 1900 onwards is due the change in lifestyle, increasing hygiene and nutrition. “If in 1980, for a single vaccinated were spent around 50-60 dollars per year, in the 1990s were spent about 400 dollars, and from 2010 onwards 1,800 dollars per year. This is due to the increased number of vaccines and the creation of polyvalent or combined so children will less prickle. It’s about hundreds of billions of dollars paid by the states” – says our correspondent.

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