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B e n e f i t s a n d R i s k o f C h i l d Va c c i n a t i o n s | 1Clarissa Day-CommockCritical Thinking SummaryJanuary 26, 2019Saint Leo University
B e n e f i t s a n d R i s k o f C h i l d Va c c i n a t i o n s | 2In the United States vaccinations in children has been a massive controversy for many people. According to the CDC, the benefit of vaccines is to prevent infectious diseases. The risk of not vaccinating children is them getting sick from a deadly disease. Another reason people are choosing not to treat their children is that the risk of their child getting autism. In the United States, all 50 states recommend vaccines for children before attending school. However, people are allowed to exempt their child from getting vaccinated if they chose to for religious purposes or a severe illness. When it comes to professional opinion, experts believe that vaccines are effective in decreasing the chance of an infant becoming infected with a deadly disease.As a new mother, I have had my concerns for vaccinating my child because I look at the

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