When it comes to health care, one of the greatest risks is elected officials who absolutely do not know what they are talking about. The Republican Bill Zedler, a Texas representative, recently spoke about the bark bumps and the prospect of making the vaccine mandatory to prevent the widespread illness of a highly infectious disease. This will probably not shock you, knowing that it does not meet the vaccination requirements firmly. It's even easier for parents to give up their children's immunizations. His reasoning is the least inappropriate.
– They want to say that people are dying of bark. So, in third world countries, they die of measles, – said Zedler. "Today, with antibiotics and similar materials, they do not die in America."
It's funny that Zedler has enough faith in modern medicine to believe that antibiotics are struggling with bark, but unfortunately it's just not. Antibiotics, but their very nature, struggles with bacterial infections, and not viruses. Cyrus, a highly infectious, untreated virus, is easily prevented by vaccines that most people receive in their infancy. in 97% of people. Cyrus, which was once thought to be destroyed in the United States through vaccination efforts, is now returning, especially in states with weak vaccination laws.
are again in Texas, with cases of epidemic mumps reaching record high rates in 201