Measles came back. In Europe and the USA, the number of cases with measles (a disease which has been prolonged for decades) has increased, with a total census of 110,000 deaths in 2017. It is children who live in the UK. she was refused the vaccine to protect the main t
There is an anti-immunization operation where a vaccine has been established. Yet the phenomenon has been surprising since 1998, in a famous case of misleading news in medicine, Andrew Wakefield and other fellow authors published work in The Lancet, a prestigious medical publication, announcing that t Aimed at autism and measles, flocculation and rubella (MMR). In-depth research showed that the work was completely wrong. Unfortunately, when he was taken out of The Lancet in 2010, he was able to refocus the vaccination vaccine and eliminate serious abuse of MMR vaccine and reduce it t the vaccines. The MMR vaccine was not limited by the response. Incomplete applications result in adverse effects from other vaccines starting to circulate on websites, blogs and social networks. For many, these representations have been heavier than scientific evidence, advice from medical experts, or public health authorities' recommendations that support action against immunization that is adversely affected by conflict of interest. I have no part in the rigor of the game, despite strict rules.
The deficiency in the vaccination coverage now has a side effect. In the US and in many European countries, vaccine cover is now not sufficient to support “body protection”, which is achieved when the blood is in a percentage of compliance with the t people (over 90% of measles) and the chain are spread by disease. Group protection protects those who are still not immunized or cannot be admitted for serious medical reasons, such as low-patient patients. In this sense, vaccination is not just about personal benefits, it is a social legacy. That is why more and more governments are developing ways to get parents to give their children vaccination. Several US and European states – as latest in Italy and France – have made laws establishing the responsibility for some vaccines and removing children from partnering in nurseries t and nurseries.
Australia was now longer. As well as the ban on enrollment for children who are not in nursery, this country has also introduced child pay payments for parents who do not give their children. The path is tightly laid. There are no exceptions to families for immunization for religious or philosophical reasons.
This financial incentive has only improved the level of immunization. From December 2015 (when this step was introduced) by March 2017, the level of immunization for one-year olds increased by about one per cent. Thousands of children are still not being cleaned, even if their parents are being cut off from government allowances. It is clear that vaccination will not be compulsory enough to recover and maintain a long-term vaccination cover.
The main measure in education is, especially for young people. Educational programs aimed at the benefits of immunization are generally aimed at parents and health professionals. But young people can play a key role in reversing the vaccine. Discussions about the use of Human Papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine – the most common sexual disease – could be an important opportunity. HPV, which usually connects to a young person or the first part of baptism, is responsible for most cervical illnesses for women and for many of the oropharyngeal tickets in men. But since 2006, HPV vaccination is safe and effective that can prevent more than 300,000 deaths a year. At the moment, it is recommended that HPV vaccines be given to girls and younger boys. However, the overall level of immunization against HPV is not sufficient to provide group protection against parents. For that reason, education should be aimed at teenagers who support immunization.
Adolescents are able to understand the importance of having the HPV vaccine for their sexual partners and for the community. Indeed, this is the time in the life of an individual where the beliefs and health perspectives have been created. Young people need only accurate information delivered effectively through educational programs which go beyond traditional learning styles and use comics, games, social networks and other digital technologies. To be credible and effective, these initiatives must remain independent from manufacturers of vaccines and pressure groups. Young people could be encouraged to make informed choices and discuss the vaccinations against HPV with their higher level parents adopting other life saving vaccination tools.
The effectiveness of immunization programs is an effective feature of health and change of this kind can be a huge success for public health. In the fight to tackle climate change, or in the USA, armaments control, youth movements are already succeeding in changing democracy and influencing its political agenda. It's time for young people to move now and to get rid of immunization, because infectious disease is still a reminder.