Vaccinations (No heavy sophisticated words)

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*Attached is the rubric and the requirements that need to be met*

Also, I have attached an outline I previously wrote. It's not perfect, but it's just a baseline of what I had in mind so please make sure they somewhat correlate. Include technical aspects of vaccines, public policy debates regarding vaccines, arguments such as parents' refusal to vaccination their children and the reasons behind their refusal, and an opinion based on pro and con arguments. The paper should include arguments from both sides.

Please include a title page, subheadings throughout the paper, and a references page.

*APA format*

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ProfJamesmiller
School: UCLA

Hey there, I have completed the assignment. see the attached documents below. its nice working with you😇

Running head: VACCINATION

1

Vaccination.
Institution Affiliation
Date.

VACCINATION.

2

Introduction
Vaccination, also referred to as immunization, provides immunity to the natural body of a
person. The vaccine does not only kill the microorganisms that cause diseases but also destroys
any related or associated bacteria and may affect the body in the future. Vaccination is important
because it prevents the patient from diseases that affect him or her in the near future. Vaccination
is mostly done to small children to immune or protect them from diseases such as polio, measles,
whooping cough and mumps. These diseases are fatal for example polio, which paralyzes the
patient's parts of the body in his or her entire life and others such as whooping cough which can
lead to the death of the patient (Howard, 2017). However, despite vaccination protecting people
from diseases, it still continues to be the center of ethical controversies where debates are there
on whether vaccination should be mandatory or not.
Technical aspects
Vaccination is very important to children and also adults for survival; good health and
general development of the child grow. The government is also working from its side along with
the health practitioner to ensure that every child and patient in need of vaccination has gotten it.
However, there have been some challenges that both the government and the practitioners are
going through during this process. In addition, there are some scenarios when the process have
led to some complications. The technical hiccups bring some these complications. Having
untrained or unqualified medical practitioners can bring some complication while delivering the
vaccine. The practitioner should be well trained and fully qualified for the process of
vaccinating. A licensed practitioner should do the vaccine. He or she should ensure the right
vaccination is given to the right patient at the right time, with the right dose, thro...

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