Evaluate The Benefits Of Vaccine Research

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Evaluate the benefits of Developing vaccines and medicines to a global society. The benefits of developing vaccines and medicines to a global society are, they can be given to babies at birth, it’s an effective and cheap way of protecting children and adults against diseases, people who have been vaccinated help with minimising the spread of certain diseases and vaccines prevent between 2 and 3 million deaths worldwide however artificial immunity will decrease the body’s ability to defend itself for a large period of time and there is a risk of toxic chemicals being injected into the body which some people may react to them. Vaccines can be given to babies at birth with the Hepatitis B1 shot, most vaccines are given through 2 stages, 0-18…show more content…
Vaccines are so commonly used now that most GPs and all hospitals in developed countries would have most vaccines available, if not be able to order them in quickly. And now because these vaccines are so readily available in developed countries, developed governments and organisations are providing funding for developing countries to be able to make their own vaccines as well as sending vaccines and medicines over to one, stop the spread of diseases and secondly to help those with life threatening although treatable diseases. Some medicines and vaccines have side effects. For example the Chickenpox vaccine can cause a fever of over 38.5 degrees Celsius, Hepatitis A vaccine can give you swelling, headaches, diarrhoea and nausea and vomiting and diarrhoea for up to a week from the rotavirus vaccine. As well as some people claim that these and other vaccines cause ADHD, multiple sclerosis and sudden infant death syndrome. Although these claims aren’t always linked to vaccines, there has been more claims relating to

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