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How should one evaluate the risks and benefits of specific vaccines to make an informed decision regarding vaccination? Public health workers suggest you investigate the following questions:
How serious is the disease and what is the risk of getting it?
How does the treatment compare to existing treatments?
What are the consequences of declining vaccination?
What are possible side effects of the vaccine?
Do the benefits outweigh the risks?
What are the sources of information ( and is there a conflict of interest) ?
To see these questions applied for example to the HPV vaccine, Gardasil, which compares what the CDC says and what they don’t tell you, click on this link:
In addition to the package insert and the CDC website, there are many valuable resources online for researching important information for true informed consent. See links under Take Action for websites with well researched, science based information.
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