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Vaccination pros and cons

These graphics are designed to help you understand vaccination pros and cons. Some of the facts might surprise you! Be sure to share them with family and friends, so everyone can see the positive impact vaccines can have on public health.

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Image: It’s true. The flu shot can’t give you the flu.
Image: While disease rates are low, most diseases haven’t disappeared. This is why we continue to vaccinate.
Image: 10 Great U.S. Public Health Achievements of the 20th Century
Image: Hepatitis B vaccine is the first vaccine to prevent cancer.
Image: How vaccination helps keep disease under control.
Image: Polio is only a plane ride away from the United States.
Image: Children have a 1 in 1 million chance of having severe allergic reactions after the MMR and Hepatitis B vaccines.
Image: Despite all the noise, 93.4% of parents will or have already fully vaccinated their children.
Image: Disease Outbreaks can start with just one infected child.
Image: Vaccines save 2.5 million children’s lives every year worldwide.
Image: 9,120 cases of pertussis were reported in 2010 in California, with 10 infant deaths.
Image: Since the US started routine Hep B vaccination, new cases have dropped by about 82%, mostly among children.