Vaccines Safety & Efficancy

The best line of defence against serious, curable, and occasionally fatal contagious diseases is vaccination. Although vaccines are among the safest medical products currently on the market, there is always a potential risk to health. People are better able to decide whether or not to get vaccinated if they are given accurate information about the benefits of vaccines and any potential side effects. Vaccine safety is closely monitored from the very beginning of the product development process until the vaccine is no longer being used.

  • Individual versus Public Health Standpoints in Cultural Perspectives on Vaccination

  • Religion and the Case Against Vaccines

  • vaccine scepticism and mistrust

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