Importance of Vaccination Essay

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Vaccinations
S.P. To persuade the audience to adapt my solution to the problem of child vaccinations. C.I.
There is a problem with child vaccinations in America today the solution is the Making available of vaccinations, mandatory for children no matter the beliefs of parents.
I.

(Attention)
Good morning ladies and gentlemen. More than 30 million children are unimmunized either because vaccines are unavailable, because health services are poorly provided or inaccessible, or because families are uninformed or misinformed about when and why to bring their children for immunization
(Unicef, Immunization, October 24th 2014).

II.


(Reveal)
So, today I’ve come to talk to you today about
The problem of child vaccinations. III.

(Credibility) I have been researching vaccinations mainly child vaccinations for the last couple of weeks. My goal is to inform you about theses and some problems that are very concerning.
A. I’ve also done some research I would like to share with you today.

IV.


(Relate)
It is not a new fact that kids are dying of horrible diseases such as measles, tetanus or hepatitis B. The problem is that parents are choosing to not have their kids vaccinated against these horrible diseases when its readily available to them. imagine if you got sick as a kid because your parents didnt get

you vaccinated or give you the proper shots, or maybe your future kid got sick because you hadn't given him the proper shots.
V.

(Internal Preview) So today we will be looking at the problem of child vaccinations and the solution which is the Making available of vaccinations, mandatory for children no matter the beliefs of parents.

Body
I.

There is a problem with child vaccinations in America today.
A. Some of the vaccine­preventable diseases that still circulate in the U.S.
Include whooping cough, chickenpox, Hib (a cause of meningitis), and influenza. These diseases, as well as the other vaccine­preventable diseases, can range from mild to severe and life­threatening. In most cases, there is no way to know beforehand if a child will get a mild or serious case. (Jaclyn Friedman, The Women's Review of Books, 2007).

II.

These are the diseases that are commonly spread through children and if your child is not vaccinated they are very likely to get them.
1.
(Counter)
Religious reasons
a) Now, The Bible teaches that the parents are entrusted with the care and welfare of the child. (1 Timothy 5:8). Parents, not the state, are responsible to make health care decisions on behalf of their children.
B. Extent of harm

1.
(Overcome)
while, Immunizations can save your child’s life.
Because of advances in medical science, your child can be protected against more diseases than ever before. Some diseases that once injured or killed thousands of children, have been disappeared completely and others are close to being gone.
Primarily due to safe and effective vaccines.
2. One example of the great impact that vaccines can have is the elimination of polio in the United States. Polio was once America’s most­feared disease, causing death and paralysis across the country, but today, thanks to vaccination, there are no reports of polio in the United States.
C. Who is affected
1.
(Counter)
All 50 states require vaccinations for children entering public schools even though no mandatory federal vaccination laws exist. All 50 states issue medical exemptions, 48 states (excluding
Mississippi and West Virginia) permit religious exemptions,and 19 states allow an exemption for philosophical reasons. (ProConOrg
Headlines, Vaccines. October 27th, 2014)
2.
(Overcome)
Immunization protects others you care about.
Children in the U.S. still get vaccine­preventable diseases. We have seen resurgences of measles and whooping cough over the past few years. (In 2010 the U.S. had over 21,000 cases of

whooping cough reported and 26 deaths, most in…