FSCI Assignment Study Guide for Calling The Shots (1).docx

High vaccination levels 8 what is the required

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High vaccination levels. 8. What is the required percentage of people who need to be vaccinated to ensure that a major measles epidemic does not occur? What was the percentage in France in 2007 -2008? How big was the epidemic that followed? 95%, 89%, 15,000 cases 9. What caused Luke Filben’s neurological disorder?
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Originally they had thought that the Vaccine had caused a fever that caused a seizures. But it steamed from epilepsy 10. What is the difference between a cause of a disease and a trigger for a disease? The gene is the cause, the trigger is was causes the disease to start. 11. Can today’s polio vaccine cause polio? Yes. The oral vaccination could cause Polio. 12. Why do some people think that vaccines cause autism? Most vaccines were being given and more diagnoses of autism. 13. Who was Andrew Wakefield and what did he have to do with the way many people see vaccines? He did a study stating that MMR caused autism. 14. Why do health experts believe that vaccines are not the cause of autism? Because the studies didn’t show any connection. 15. About 60 million HP vaccines have been given in this country. Out of those, how many instances of serious adverse events (in a causal way) have been documented? None.
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  • Spring '17
  • Baker, Lanning R,

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