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Known side effects to vaccines range from headache and other
"flu-like" symptoms to seizures or complications that are more serious.
Researchers have reported a possible link between the vaccine for
Hepatitis B and multiple sclerosis, a finding that has been hotly
disputed by the vaccine makers and some doctors. An article in the
journal Lancet concluded that there was a possible connection between
the MMR vaccine and autism.
The problem is compounded by the fact that vaccinations are
required by law. Parents who refuse to have their children immunized
face potentially serious legal problems. Children who are not immunized
may not be allowed to attend public schools.
Thus, parents have no choice but to put their child at risk.
Again, the potential for an adverse reaction from a vaccine is extremely
low. However, the possibility does exist.
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