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A measles outbreaks in Romania has killed three children. The Ministry of Health blames it on the anti-vaccination movement. Do vaccinations do more harm than good?

A measles outbreaks in Romania has killed three children. The Ministry of Health blames it on the anti-vaccination movement. Do vaccinations do more harm than good?
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  • No, vaccinations do not cause more harm than good.

    Vaccinations do not cause more harm than good. Vaccines have saved millions of lives from terrible diseases that used to ravage the world: measles, smallpox, polio, etc. The anti-vaccination movement is causing more harm than good. Many misguided parents are putting their children's health at higher risks by refusing common sense vaccines.

  • No, it is of crucial importance that all the children are vaccinated

    No, vaccination has saved many children in the past and this anti-vaccination movement is doing harm. Someone is giving a lot of money to some people to vote against vaccination. It is unreasonable to think that the vaccination is bad. There has been only one study about autism as the outcome of vaccination and all the people around the world are talking about this matter even though there are many more facts in benefit of vaccination.

  • Vaccinations help people

    Vaccinations do not do more harm than good. In fact, it is the opposite. Although there are some vaccinations that have side effects, generally these are minimum compared to getting the disease. Others, such as the MMR vaccination, have only be rumored to cause autism, with scientific tests proving there is no link.

  • No, I do not believe that vaccinations do more harm than good.

    No, I do not believe that vaccinations do more harm than good. The unfortunate case in Romania in which three children have died is a clear indication of the dangers caused by the anti-vaccination movement. Modern medicine has proven the effectiveness and safety of vaccinations and it is a public safety necessity to vaccinate children properly.


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