Dr. Saad Saad Describes the Benefits of Vaccinations

 Dr. Saad has given his thoughts on vaccinations. He is aware that it has been a controversial topic for many parents. Dr. Saad Saad thinks the best way to have children vaccinated is to explain the procedure to parents. He emphasizes that vaccinations do not cause autism.

He also reassures parents that vaccinations do not contain dangerous toxins that can harm small children. He also knows the dangers of not vaccinating children. They can have dangerous repercussions for the greater health of a society. He cites an example from both America and Japan.

The spread of the deadly smallpox virus was completely eradicated thanks to the smallpox vaccines. It has now been eliminated in the States. However, he also cites the example from Japan where suspicion of vaccines caused the reemergence of whooping cough. It had almost been eradicated, but when parents stopped vaccinating their children, it caused a new spread of the disease.

Dr. Saad gives some of the best reasons for vaccinating children. There is a broader duty to society to vaccinate your child. Your child could spread the disease, and the decision you made about your child affects others. Dr. Saad Saad is a man of science, and he agrees with the CDC that vaccines are perfectly safe. Read more: Life Lessons from Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon

He regrets that so much misinformation has been spread over the internet. If your child gets one of the diseases that he could have been vaccinated against, the child and the parent will spend time and money on hospital visits.

That does not even take into account the suffering their child will have. If people had not so forcefully vaccinated against smallpox, that disease would still be claiming lives, but as there was a concerted effort, the disease is completely gone.

There is a duty to prevent diseases from being passed on to the next generation. While there are a few exceptions, almost every child should be vaccinated against the diseases they could get. Dr. Saad Saad does not support any doctor who tells parents that it is not a good idea to have their child vaccinated.