Society and Cultural aspects of Vaccine

Many countries require their residents to receive certain immunizations. As vaccine production involved clinical trials and some animal modelling a wide range of experts are emerging by society on the value of ethics as it meant as animal sacrifice.  Public health administrators must recognize and respect disparate social and cultural perspectives toward immunization policies, to help support their success and acceptance.

  • Improve immunogenicity
  • Reduce the need for and the number of injections
  • Relieve tensions and fears surrounding immunization.

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