Vaccinations (mandatory/ disbursemenet)
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Vaccinations should not be mandatory, because of peoples religious beliefs. Many people hold religious beliefs against vaccination, forcing parents to vaccine their children would violate the first amendment, which is the freedom to exercise their religion. Vaccines interfere with the natural law and God's plan for humanity. Disease is natural and humans should not interfere with it. The ethical dilemmas associated with using human tissue cells to create vaccines. Also people believe that the body is sacred, it should not receive certain chemicals or blood of tissues from animals, and should be healed by God or natural means.
Actually many studies have examined possible links between vaccination and increase prevalence of autism. There has been a study, the Lemaet research reported that showed a link between a MMR vaccine and autism. It remains possible that immunzation may trigger the oneset of autism systems in children with underlying or genetic condition.
You said if vaccines weren't safe then doctors wouldn't be giving them to us, right? Well sadly that's wrong vaccines do hurt us. Vaccines can cause a threat to our bodies. Common childhood vaccinations may cause serious reactions including anaphylactic shocks, paralysis, and sudden death. This risk is not worth taking, especially considering most diseases vaccinated against are not life threatening. Vaccines can trigger auto-immune disorders such as arthritis, multiple sclerosis, lupus, Guillian-Barre Syndrome (GBS) and other disorders. Vaccines can cause a clog and disrupt the lymphatic system with large foreign protein molecules, which may lead to lymphatic cancers suck as leukemia and lymphoma.
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Vaccines can cause death among citizens, including students. Vaccines cause brain inflammation which can lead to death or permanent brain damage and disorders. Now imagine your best friend goes into the doctor and gets a vaccine, then they don't return because they died from that vaccine. Studies of infants whose deaths were recorded as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) show a temporal relationship with the DPT vaccination. If you had a child would you risk them dying by a vaccine? Now about 30,00 cases of adverse reactions to vaccines have been reported annually to the federal government since 1990 with 13% classified as life threatening illness or even worse death.
Well there are some benefits from not getting a vaccine. Actually getting the disease like chicken pox can give you a lifelong immunity, whereas getting the vaccine may not. Disease declined before vaccinations. The disease of the 19th century in our society had a high fatality rate, but during that disease and at that time we increased our hygiene and we also increased our living conditions. People took baths regularly, washed their hands before eating, and cleaned more often. Now in conclusion not getting a vaccine can give you a life long immunity and it can also help our hygiene and improve our living conditions.
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Vote Placed by Cooldudebro 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: RFD: Conduct tied because no one took any cheap shots. S/G goes to pro. Even though he did have some spelling issues, con had more grammar issues. Reliable sources goes to pro for more of them, and better usage. Overall, convincing arguments go to pro, for proving reactions are rare and, that vaccinations do a lot more good than harm, and should be manditory.
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