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This Country Was Done With Measles. Then the Boy Arrived



Bosda, The Raccoon Philosopher
                    

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Vaccines work. They have kept children healthy and have saved millions of lives for more than 50 years. Most childhood vaccines are 90% to 99% effective in preventing the disease. And if a vaccinated child does not get the disease, these symptoms are usually less serious than those who have not been vaccinated. There may be mild side effects, such as swelling where the shot was given, but they do not last long. And it is rare for side effects to be serious. Vaccines are safe. Before the vaccine is licensed in the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviews all aspects of the development, including where and how the vaccine is being made and studies that have been conducted in people who received the vaccine. The FDA will not be licensed for vaccine unless it meets the standards for effectiveness (how well the vaccine works) and safety. The results of the studies are reviewed again by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Academy of Family Physicians before the officially recommended vaccination is given to children. Every vaccine is tested to ensure quality (including safety) before the vaccine reaches the general public. In addition, the FDA regularly inspects places where vaccines are made. Vaccines are necessary. Your pediatrician believes that your children should receive all recommended childhood vaccines. In the United States, vaccines have protected children and continue to protect children from many diseases. However, in many parts of the world many vaccine-preventable diseases that are rarely seen in the United States are still common. Since some vaccine-preventable diseases still occur in the United States and others may be brought to the United States by Americans who travel abroad or from people visiting the areas with current illness outbreaks, it is important that your children are vaccinated.
                

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