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This article is talking about rejecting the vaccines and the risk that comes towards you, your children, and others. One of the risks is putting someone in danger more
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 3 so if he/she has a weak immune system, or perhaps an infant that is too young to have certain vaccines. Some preventable disease still circulates in the United States. These can be mild to life-threatening, the CDC needs people to learn the different kinds of diseases that are out there and the risk they are putting not just their selves but for others in danger by not understanding the reason “If you choose not to Vaccinate” what could happen, and why vaccinations are important. This article will help people understand “The Why” you need to vaccinate your children; this also supports my thesis statement; Parents should follow the vaccines schedule to reduce the devasting diseases. "Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism." , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, . Accessed 22 Jan. 2020. There have been people concerned with ASD (Autism spectrum disorder) might be linked to vaccines our children receive. In this article, some studies have shown there is no link between receiving vaccines and developing ASD. There was a study done in 2013 by the CDC, and the research has shown that the ingredients in the vaccines do not cause ASD. There was one ingredient that was studied called thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative used to prevent contamination of multi-dose vials.
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