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  • Many individuals consider vaccines a preventive miracle. Over time, vaccines have been developed and adjusted to help people live in a community in a safer way.
  • Sarah, a milkmaid, was infected with cowpox.
  • Vaccines strengthen immunity, are supported by the medical community, and consist of many types; however, they have many risks and limitations.
  • James, a teen boy, was exposed to smallpox.
  • The history of vaccinations began in 1796 when Edward Jenner used cowpox material to create vaccination against smallpox. There are four types of vaccinations, including live-attenuated, killed, subunit and toxoid.
  • James falls ill with a mild case of smallpox.
  • Among the many benefits of vaccinations, the most important ones are eradication of endemic diseases and providing herd immunity. Risks of vaccinations include short-term side effects, such as redness of the injection site, as well as allergy to vaccine components.
  • Pus is collected from the cowpox patient, Sarah.
  • There are several limitations to vaccines including pregnancy and low immunity. There are time restrictions, such as age or travel-dependent.
  • James is inoculated with cowpox from Sarah.
  • James develops immunity. He is protected.
  • The medical community supports vaccinations and approve these restrictions and limitations.
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