The safety of vaccines has been contested since 1763 when an Italian Doctor named Gatti introduced inoculations to the French. Since then, concerns over the safety and sanitation of vaccinations have led to a world-wide anti-vaccination movement. Are ‘anti-vaxers’ right to refuse inoculations? Are vaccines safe?
Vaccines are good.
The risks associated with vaccinations are tiny compared to the risk of contracting and developing complications from the disease it protects you against.
Vaccines undergo extensive testing
Before any vaccine is sold, it must pass a set of stringent safety tests.
Vaccines save lives
Vaccines save thousands of lives every year.
"Safe" is a relative term
Vaccines are the safer option when confronted with a choice between leaving a child vulnerable to disease or vaccinating them.
Vaccines are bad.
Big Pharma puts profit above safety, and promotes misinformation about the dangers of disease that our bodies are perfectly capable of fighting off without vaccinations.
Vaccines contain known neurotoxins
Several of the compounds in common vaccines are known neurotoxins.