Aren’t the diseases we immunize against worse than the potential side effects that might put people off of immunizing?



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    That would depend on the disease. Immunizations are available for a lot of diseases, and in some places, for some diseases, they’re mandatory. One of the best arguments in favor of vaccinations despite their side effects is a theory known as “herd immunity“, which posits that when a large proportion of the population is immunized against a given disease, even those who aren’t vaccinated against it will have a measure of protection.

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