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Vaccines are an interesting subject these days especially in the world of emergi

Vaccines are an interesting subject these days especially in the world of emerging disease.  Yet, microbiologists like Jenner, Salk, and Sabin are recognized for their work in smallpox and polio vaccines that have saved countless numbers of lives.  Vaccines like MMR have changed the world.  Then we have vaccines for chicken pox and HPV – effective and safe while their impacts are still being determined.  
I have to admit that vaccines are not 100% effective and there are people who, despite repeated vaccination, will never raise antibodies to a disease. Vaccines with as low as 51% efficacy have been FDA approved .  I will admit there are side effects of varying severity that we see in  1 in 1,000,000 or 1 in 250,000 people from mild to wild.  And through your reading, you know some are made from ancient cell lines, some are made in chicken eggs, and some are recombinant DNA technology (HEP B Vaccine was the first).   
What do you think about vaccines? Why do you think there is a “stigma” around them?  Do you think vaccines meet the “benefit vs risk” criterion when they are marketed or are made mandatory?  What are the social implications of vaccines? 

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