Vaccines – Internet Perspective

Vaccines are a hot topic, almost a little too hot to handle. Some people I’ve talked to are certain vaccines are not just unnecessary but harmful. Others say that not only are vaccines necessary but EVERYBODY should be vaccinated without a choice.

These perspectives seem a little extreme. For no better reason than curiosity, I’m going to see what a random selection of websites on the topic might yield and summarize the results.

There was a lot of reading on this one but I think I have a reasonably broad layout of both arguments below.

The earliest vaccines were developed by scientists whose purposes were benevolent, and the use of vaccinations was too. —

Vaccination is a triumph of preventative healthcare. —

Vaccines are available that can induce some degree of protection against several of the major diseases of cattle. —

The United States has access to the safest, most effective vaccines in history. —

The number of autism cases has risen greatly since the 1970s, as the number of vaccines a child receives continues to rise dramatically. —

There is an abundance of scientific research that fails to show a link between vaccines and autism. —

The prototype vaccines are validated in vitro. —

The fact that there are no effective vaccines for emerging infectious diseases lends even greater urgency to vaccine research. —

The National Adult Immunization Plan is targeting all adults for mandatory use of federally recommended vaccines as well. —

Therapeutic antibodies are used as passive vaccines, for cancer therapy or controlling autoimmune diseases. —

Potentially deadly vaccines that parents are NEVER made aware of or given the option to refuse. —

New vaccines are currently under investigation, with trials including infants and adolescents. —

Formaldehyde in vaccines is present for the purpose of stabilizing the vaccine. —

Recombinant DNA technology, or genetic engineering, has been a promising research tool in efforts to develop new, safer, or more effective vaccines. —

The HPV vaccines are safe and have been extensively studied in clinical trials involving thousands of women before being approved by the FDA. —

The HPV vaccine is safe and effective and, like all vaccines, undergoes extensive safety testing. —

Polio eradication may be delayed by vaccines Polio has almost been eliminated in the world. —

Scientists are working to develop vaccines to prevent gonorrhea infection. —

There are several HPV vaccines on the market right now that research shows prevents the more aggressive strains that cause cancer. —

Investigational drugs and vaccines are being evaluated in hopes of treating and preventing Ebola infection. —

Because certain deadly diseases are communicable from human-to-human contact, transmission can be prevented by using medically safe vaccines. —

Motor and octavius were for some years has witnessed an exploding market of such vaccines are especially welcome. —

There are rumors of vaccines that correct genetic “errors.” —

Most parents ensure kids are up to date on vaccines. —

Like all vaccines, HPV vaccines will continue to be monitored for unusual or severe problems. —

Life-threatening allergic reactions from vaccines are very rare. —

Doctors who are involved in vaccine creation are the most qualified to determine effectiveness and efficacy of vaccines. —

Nobody has been able to link any serious adverse side effects to the vaccines. —

Japan experienced yearly increases in small pox following the introduction of compulsory vaccines in 1872. —

The work requires close interactions with colleagues in vaccines, infection prevention and control and emergencies. —

Parents Against Mandatory Vaccines has established a seven step response to the false flag ebola campaign. —

Getting the word out regarding the dangerous H1N1 vaccines is truly going to be a grassroots effort. —

DOH uses vaccines approved by WHO, which is safe, effective and used worldwide. —

There are no vaccines or antiviral medications currently available for EV-D68 treatment. —

There is no vaccine to protect against EV-D68 but there are vaccines available to protect against flu. —

If a strain mutates too quickly, researchers are unable to develop vaccines fast enough to combat it. —

Vaccines have saved many lives, but for most viruses there is no cure. —

The safety profile of vaccines at different ages is another important consideration in immunization policy decision making. —

Promotion of influenza vaccines is one of the most visible and aggressive public health policies today. —

Until more is known about the duration of immunity, the frequency and type of vaccines administered will vary. —

Further research is required to determine how to make effective DNA vaccines for clinical use. —

All of our efforts are geared towards contributing to the development of vaccines to prevent viral infections. —

Work on tuberculosis is focused on development of new vaccines and diagnostics. —

For almost a decade, the CDC has known influenza vaccines are ineffective in the elderly but continues to market them without hesitation. —

There is no valid scientific reason to oppose vaccines just hate humans and love pathogens. —

The topic of why otherwise intelligent people subscribe to discredited ideas like vaccines causing autism is another discussion onto itself. —

Prevention is key and flu vaccines help make prevention possible. —

A moral obligation by Dr Edwin Anderson Vaccines are a shot in the arm for the common good. —

“Vaccines and Production of Negative genetic Changes In Humans,” Leading Edge Research Group, 1996-1998. —

The prevention offered by vaccines can be lifesaving. —

In general, how much damage do vaccines cause every year in the US Unsurprisingly, there is no reliable count. —

One method to ensure that the human population stays safe and secure is through the use of animal vaccines. —

Indoor cats will receive a different set of vaccines than outdoor cats. —

Vaccines will often require booster shots. —


The results of my studies into vaccines online are a bit difficult to digest, unfortunately. There is a relatively balanced pros and cons list here with maybe more redundancy on the pros but – the pros being preventative¬† measures to ensure the possibility of good health and the cons being the potential to be harming people more so than helping them… It’s anybody’s call and only the individual can decide if so many negative reports are just an indication that half the planet is suddenly nuts and suffering from paranoid delusion or if people really are having problems. Really though, I didn’t see a lot of negative reports in this round.

As with other posts, the intention of my putting this information here is as a food for thought offering and not a suggestion to side one way or another.



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