Is it true that vaccinations are not needed, because the diseases against which they are vaccinated no longer exist?

Is it true that vaccinations are not needed, because the diseases against which they are vaccinated no longer exist?

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Answer 1
March, 2021

Not true, vaccinations are very necessary, look at the statistics, how many children died due to the fact that they were not vaccinated, I motivate that from non-existent diseases.

Answer 2
March, 2021

No. This is fundamentally wrong opinion. Vaccinations are necessary so that a child or adult does not get a particular infection. Vaccination is carried out against the most dangerous viral infections, with a high mortality rate in case of illness. At the moment, in society there is a certain layer of unvaccinated children who really do not get sick with severe infections. This happens because around such children in the collective most are vaccinated and cannot be sources of such serious infections - this is called the "immune layer" of society. If the number of unvaccinated children increases, then the immune layer will become weaker and in some groups it may fail - an outbreak of infection. Naturally, only unvaccinated children will get sick. In 2019, this happened with the measles virus. Due to the large number of vaccine refusals in some cities, small foci of measles infection were observed. But doctors immediately began work to identify unvaccinated children and adults (or without vaccine data) and ensure urgent vaccination of such people. I had to persuade the parents of the children to be vaccinated, in hospitals they did not take them for planned hospitalization without vaccination against measles, all adult employees of food enterprises, schools, kindergartens, doctors were rechecked for antibodies against measles and, if necessary, were vaccinated. A colossal work has been done. All health.

Answer 3
March, 2021

We do not get these diseases precisely because we have been vaccinated against them since childhood. We get vaccinated against measles, for example. But recently, measles epidemics have begun to flare up, because anti-vaccines did not vaccinate their children against it because they themselves did not get sick with it. And few of them think that they were not sick, because they just got vaccinated at the right time.

Answer 4
March, 2021

One stupid person (fool) asked a stupid question, why are the same deletants beginning to answer him, and these are the formats we constantly see on TV and hear on the radio.

The correct answer is vaccinations are required. This is disease prevention. This means that humanity knows how to cure only a few diseases. We don’t know the rest of the diseases.

Much more interesting is the question of why we don’t get the chickenpox vaccine, but in Europe they do it. Also, they are sure to vaccinate against papillovirus (cervical cancer), but we do not. But we talk a lot about the success in the treatment of cancers.

Answer 5
March, 2021

Vaccinations are definitely needed!

today there are many new vaccines and the choice depends on the doctor and you, respectively!

but the responsibility for your health and the health of children lies solely with you

Answer 6
March, 2021

Not in any way, vaccinations are definitely needed, since all diseases from which they are made all exist. Someone started talking and everyone believes that in the countries of the poorer all these diseases still exist and travel all over the world.

Answer 7
March, 2021

To a large extent - true. Even the "vulgar" flu quickly mutates. Difficult to step into the same strain twice.

No. Vaccinations are not useless, they are very much needed by society. The fact is that over the past centuries, the population density of our species has grown tremendously. And the urban overcrowding ... This is fraught with regular terrible epidemics.

And vaccinations ... for now, they cope with their task of creating sufficient immunity from the foreseeable epidemiological threat so as not to die in each epidemic by hundreds of millions. p>

Answer 8
March, 2021

Vaccination is needed, although we have complications after vaccinations, but in overwhelming cases they are either grossly exaggerated or do not correspond to the true data. As an example: a child has a severe genetic disease, but not diagnosed, because it is often realized after 7 years. Made by BCG. and a month later, the debut of the disease. but parents associate it with vaccination, which does not correspond to the true data. But it is up to each parent to decide, we don’t do ADS-M, we must understand the high risk of developing tetanus in a child when he or she receives wounds or burns and the need for emergency vaccination, which is more traumatic .This is as an example. God forbid, of course .......... Difficult topic.

Answer 9
March, 2021

As soon as everyone stops vaccinating, epidemics of "these extinct" diseases will begin. And these diseases are not absent now, they exist, just not in the same quantity as they were before vaccination, because thanks to vaccines our body has helpers, that is, Antibodies, to fight pathogens, which allows us not to get infected.

Answer 10
March, 2021

Not true. Diseases against which the vaccine exists, for example, the same flu. Secondly, the disease can exist in a natural reservoir, without touching the vaccinated people. Of the diseases that have been almost completely eradicated, smallpox is indeed known. But no one can fully argue that there will never be a single case of smallpox. Therefore, it is imperative to be vaccinated, but taking into account all the contraindications.

Answer 11
March, 2021

I don't understand: so much effort, human money and resources, Lives, in the end, was spent on the study of diseases and the development of vaccines against them, and now many doubt their feasibility ??? Are there really no cases of measles in your city, for example?

Answer 12
March, 2021

This is unlikely. I heard that every year the vaccine formula is being modified to suit the new realities of the virus. For example, this is done with vaccinations against the flu, which has a tendency to mutate every year. Accordingly, the vaccination formula itself should also change depending on the conditions and changes in the virus itself.

Answer 13
March, 2021

There are diseases for which there is no cure, but there is prevention - vaccination. For example, hepatitis B. They are more than 3 billion people - just think about it! He is not treated.

Answer 14
March, 2021

Seriously, doesn't it exist?

It's just such drafts in prisons, so everyone coughs. And tuberculosis is a fiction.

It's the same with other diseases. As far as I know, only there are no official cases of smallpox. All other diseases very much even exist)

The feeling that there are no diseases is due to the fact that most people are vaccinated. And herd immunity prevents large outbreaks of such diseases from occurring.

But the average vaccination rate in post-Soviet countries is falling every year. On average, already below 80%. All because of the anti-vaccine mood. Therefore, there will be more and more outbreaks of "non-existent" diseases.

Last year's outbreak of measles in Moldova and Ukraine is a confirmation of this. Measles spread at lightning speed in kindergartens and holiday camps. And all because anti-vaccine parents know how to "negotiate" with directors.

The fact that diseases do not exist is a myth that is actively spreading because parents worry about the health of their children. The same myth as testing vaccines on children, autism, etc.

I highly recommend you read our article on the most common myths about vaccines. They are the same everywhere, and they believe in them everywhere. While not a vaccine, but refusing a vaccine can harm your children.

Answer 15
March, 2021

I believe that some vaccinations are necessary, for example, against whooping cough, diphtheria and tetanus (DTP). They say a lot of bad things about this vaccine, and even my child had complications (the leg was taken away). I was in a negative mood, but I still think that vaccination should be done. Here in this article they describe in detail why and whether it was worth doing a DPT https://secretnitsa.rf/privivka-akds-detyam-stoit-li-delat-privivku/ As for the flu shot, I am writing a refusal. Although they say that without her, they are not allowed to go to kindergartens or schools. Not kicked out yet.

Answer 16
March, 2021

Vaccinations help to acquire passive immunity to various diseases. A weakened or killed causative agent of the disease is introduced into the body (it depends on the type of vaccine) and the body can develop immunity to the causative agent of this disease. In this case, a person either does not get sick or suffers a mild illness

Answer 17
March, 2021

Yes, I also think so, that there really is no more useful than these. that's it, I'll get you vaccinated, you're probably just pumping out money. half the disease. exists. well, probably, they are specially launched somehow. sprayed so that we contract these diseases. which are you already vaccinated? they develop immunity. what diseases?

Answer 18
March, 2021

Vaccinations are not needed for those who are born in a dense forest and will continue to live far from civilization, other people, including foreign citizens visiting our country and our compatriots returning from tourist trips.

Answer 19
March, 2021

Not true, then what's the point of spending money on making a vaccine and vaccinating. if diseases have not been reported in the population, this does not mean that they do not exist. They are, just people got immunity thanks to vaccines

Answer 20
March, 2021

Thanks to vaccinations and mass vaccinations, many diseases (against which vaccines have been developed) have become less relevant and mortality, especially children, has decreased. People are tempted to reduce certain and minimal risks for themselves personally, taking advantage of the fact that population immunity is formed and the risk of infection is reduced. But I must say that in addition to the specific action against specific types of microorganisms, vaccines also have a nonspecific, general stimulating effect. All microbes have common segments in their shell (epitopes). Thanks to this factor, the general resistance of the microorganism to a variety of pathogens during vaccination increases. Many are afraid of allergies. It is believed that this diagnosis is somewhat far-fetched and its clinical manifestations are not associated with a hyperimmune response, but rather with a lack of certain links of immunity (humoral), leading to a general reaction of the body to the agent (.

Answer 21
March, 2021

My personal opinion! Vaccinations are not just necessary, but simply necessary! No need to listen to nonsense! There are diseases, and diphtheria and tuberculosis and measles occur! It is safer to get vaccinated and protect your child, and not bite your elbows later!

Answer 22
March, 2021

I have two children. The elder was ill without stopping and we visited an immunologist. Imunologist Vitaly Igorevich Fomichev explained to us the importance of correct vaccination. Features of allergic reactions to them. Vaccinations are compulsory, but you can make a good vaccination schedule. I advise you to visit an immunologist. which will select the schedule for you.

Answer 23
March, 2021

Vaccines exist because they prevent existing diseases.

Perhaps it meant that these diseases are "forgotten" - this is another proof that vaccines work ...

Answer 24
March, 2021

There is no need to think emotionally and categorically in this matter. Everything should be thought out and meaningful. Only parents are responsible for the health of your child and not doctors, advisers and commentators who have no idea what vaccination is. It is very remarkable that those who have not been vaccinated have children who do not get sick. But there is also the opposite statistics (There are kids who, without receiving the vaccine, could not form immunity from terrible diseases, for example, polio myelitis, measles. Think about whether it is worth the risk? It seems to me not worth it. Just follow the doctor's recommendations, ask about possible complications, monitor the child's condition. If you see that the condition has become complicated, then call an ambulance. But there are not many such cases and there is no need to be afraid of this.

Answer 25
March, 2021

Not true. Vaccinations need to be done. And now young mothers have taken fashion, they have read the Internet, children cannot be vaccinated. And everything must be done, doctors are not stupid and there are statistics on these issues.

Answer 26
March, 2021

Not true. Vaccinations are needed, especially for residents of megacities and large cities, which, in fact, are crowded places in a very limited area. And if we take into account how many people go to the same Moscow time every day from completely different epidemiological regions (Central Asia, the Asian region, etc.), then vaccinations are not a luxury, but a way of survival here.

Answer 27
March, 2021

Vaccinations are necessary and all the controversy about this, only confirms the general lack of information in this area.

Vaccinations are the introduction of a special drug into the body to create protection against a serious infectious disease and its consequences. Therefore, already from this definition it can be understood that if you do not want the development of a dangerous disease in your body, if you do not want dangerous complications that can bring you pain and suffering for the rest of your life, you should think in advance about your own health and not neglect the necessary vaccination, since in the Russian Federation there are not so many vaccinations that need to be done. Also, it must be borne in mind that very soon the necessary measures will be introduced and your child will not be able to get to school or kindergarten, without a paper confirming the vaccination, which will be done to protect children whose parents really care about their health and health your child.

Answer 28
March, 2021

The only disease that was stopped is smallpox, and now they do not give vaccinations against this disease. The rest of the diseases have not yet been eliminated. Especially, measles is imported from Europe.
It is very difficult for doctors to work with unvaccinated children! Since many diseases are similar to less harmless ones, for example, deftheria to sore throat. It also begins like a sore throat. Three days, and if no help is provided, the throat swells and the person suffocates. It is easy for a doctor to miss a disease, for example, calling an ambulance, not a district one! Since the ambulance has no data on vaccinations, the likelihood of a sore throat diagnosis is high. and until the district police officer comes in due time, a lethal outcome is already possible. This is on my mother's conscience. Therefore, for their own safety, vaccinations are needed, both children and adults need to do them! Doctors, teachers are all vaccinated, since the presence of vaccinations is prescribed in the regulations. Vaccinations are given only to a healthy child and before each vaccination, you can find out the name of the medicine, doctors calmly give it, you can read on the Internet how to prepare, how to avoid side effects.

Answer 29
March, 2021

Vaccinations must be done !!!! Now those diseases from which they stopped vaccinating those born at 90 are returning, the vaccine can not be done only with the permission of the doctor if there is an allergy to the components that make up the vaccine, a delay is given by the doctor allergologist

Answer 30
March, 2021

I wonder what he thinks of the SOS crisis in this matter ...

Diseases do not disappear anywhere - they are as old as the world.

Thanks to vaccinations, we control and manage infections that people would not die from epidemics and complications. If you have a problem with contraindications, an immunologist-allergologist at the place of residence must decide this in Russia.

Answer 31
March, 2021

A question from the series "Is it true that if you don't study physics, your whole life will be filled with magic and miracles?"

Try not to get vaccinated, and you can personally find out whether these diseases exist or not.

Answer 32
March, 2021

The truth is that vaccinations have formed herd immunity, and thanks to them, diseases do not flare up again in the form of epidemics. There is a concept - collective immunity, i.e. the one that is formed by the majority. It is a mistake to believe that diseases have receded once and for all. Just by being in a society where the majority is vaccinated, they do not get a chance to spread. Try not to vaccinate a whole generation, and in 10-15 years it will be wiped out by polio.

Answer 33
March, 2021

I do not agree, they are vaccinated against dangerous diseases, which are worms with severe consequences or even death. Plus, people who fly abroad must have a number of vaccinations. because many viruses that you can catch there can be fatal.

Answer 34
March, 2021

I believe that vaccinations should be done. All vaccinations are scheduled for each age and for existing diseases. In the event that the vaccine is made, and the child is still ill, then he will take the disease for the intended treatment.

Answer 35
March, 2021

The only more defunct disease so far is smallpox . All other infections have not yet been completely eradicated and therefore continued vaccination against them is necessary to prevent their return.

The next in line is polio, but for a number of reasons there are still endemic zones where people continue to get this infection, and as long as they exist, it is impossible to cancel the polio vaccination.

The list of infections for which vaccination is provided varies depending on the country, namely, what diseases occur there and how much an extensive calendar this country can afford to finance.

In the Russian Federation, vaccination of all children against 11 infections is recommended:

  1. Tuberculosis

  2. Hepatitis B

  3. Pneumococcal infection

  4. Whooping cough

  5. Diphtheria

  6. Tetanus

  7. Poliomyelitis

  8. Measles

  9. Rubella

  10. Mumps

  11. Influenza

Most of the above diseases are quite common in our country.

I will give a couple of examples:

The incidence rate of tuberculosis in some regions exceeds 100 cases per 100,000 population, despite the fact that WHO recommends universal vaccination in the first days after birth for countries with an incidence of more than 40 cases per 100,000.

Carriers of pneumococcal infection make up a significant percentage of the population, which means vaccination against it more than relevant, especially for babies who, due to the immaturity of the immune system, cannot cope with it on their own.

Pertussis is more than an insidious infection, deadly for babies, but only unpleasant for adolescents and adults. Immunity after vaccination against whooping cough is short, and the last revaccination on the calendar is at 1.5 years, therefore, everyone who is over 6-7 years old (especially those vaccinated with acellular vaccine) can potentially develop whooping cough and become a source of infection for vulnerable others.

To prevent diseases that have become rare due to vaccination to return, it is necessary to remain vigilant and maintain a sufficient immunization level for herd immunity until the last endemic zone is cleared of the source of infection.

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