The Efficacy of Vaccination

Doctor holding syringe uidBy Julian A. Cox

Vaccination efficacy has been a controversial subject since the time of Edward Jenner and his
Cow Pox to protect against Small Pox. Throughout the years vaccination has been attributed to
the eradication of Whooping Cough, Small Pox, Diphtheria and many other great diseases of
days gone by. Although, inspite of this the cries from the anti-vacinist camp have yet to cease
about the great casualties and destroyed lives that have ensued as a result of its protection.
Therefore it would be necessary to revisit this issue of vaccination efficacy with both eyes open
and examine the facts as they are from early on in its history to the present to determine if the
claims of efficacy given unto it are rightfully so.

 

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The Efficacy of Vaccination