The issue of whether we shouldforce parents to immunize their children against common diseases is, in my opinion, a social rather than a medical question.
The government should to supply all children that born in the world thenecessary tools for they are well.
If the children are well, all people around de world have the possibility for developing the economical structure whereas the children grow healthy and strong.Governments and Medical researchers are primarily interested in statistics and trends and in money-saving plan, which fail to take into consideration the individual's concerns and rights.
Whenvaccine brings contraindications that make bad to children, who answers?
Some times I think about this themes and believe that vaccines are a big business for laboratories that make it and the parentshave to expend a lot off money in their children and the government do not nothing for helping people, we need to have many clear politics about this themes .
The body have the capability toresist disease and to create immunity naturaly, the body needs the disease for developing immunity. So when children are given artificial immunity, we create a vulnerable society which is entirelydependent on immunisation.
In the event that mass immunisation programmes were to cease, the society as a whole would be more at risk than ever before.In addition there is the issue of the rights of theindividual. As members of a society, why should we be obliged to subject our children to this potentially harmful practice? Some people may also be against immunisation on religious grounds and theirneeds must also be considered.For these reasons I feel strongly that immunisation programmes should not be obligatory and that the individual should have the right to choose whether or not to...