Coronavirus has essentially altered life for the foreseeable future, and it’s clear to experts this public health crisis will only be defeated with development and implementation of a vaccine. While Coronavirus has shown us what life is can be without ONE vaccine, there is still the issue of acceptance of vaccines we already have. The resurgence of whooping cough this decade, the 2014 California measles outbreak and ~1200 cases of …
Post Author: Shetal Shah, MD
Shetal Shah is a neonatologist.
No, vaccines do not cause autism.
No, vaccines do not cause cancer.
No, vaccines are not toxic.
No, getting the disease is not safer than vaccination.
Yes, they are safe. Yes, they are effective. As a pediatrician, I spend countless hours each week talking about vaccines and counseling parents about the importance of immunization. While parents may not know anyone with rubella, polio or tetanus — almost every parent knows someone who knows someone …
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