Since regional elimination has been acquired with the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vaccine, the World Health Organization has plans for worldwide eradication of the diseases. The World Health Organization has come up with a strategic plan to eradicate measles and rubella by implementing a plan to use the forced immunizations like the US has done. The lack of education, and more importantly, financing has slowed the process of eradicating these completely preventable diseases.(World Health Organization,2012)Retrieved from: http://www.who.int/immunization/newsroom/Measles_Rubella_StrategicPlan_2012_2020.pdf
In order to continue People need to know how the MMR works. The MMR vaccine is a live virus that have been modified to where you are less likely to actually get the disease, but your body reacts with an immune response. This helps because if you ever come in contact with the actual disease the antibodies are already there and your body knows how to respond and produce antibodies to stop the infection. (National Immunization Advisory Committee. 2002, March) Retrieved from: http://www.hpsc.ie/hpsc/A-Z/VaccinePreventable/Mumps/Publications/File,606,en.pdf:
Around the world plans like these run into many problems, two major issues have been the lack of reliable education the public has about immunizations and financing the initiative to immunize the world. The thought that autism was caused by the MMR is a total false statement, but there are still many people who refuse them for that reason, but most of the reason to not inoculate is due to illogical arguments and even the misconception that those diseases are not an issue anymore. Not to say there are no risks to getting your immunizations, but there are much bigger risks because a common misconception is that the risks of the vaccine outweigh the risk of a disease that we have never seen. When the disease is no longer seen, then the only risks people see are the possible side effects of the vaccine. This is...
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