Vaccination: benefits and risks

Vaccination can be defined as one of man’s greatest ever medical discoveries, whose importance is comparable, given its health impacts, to the supply of drinking water to the population.

Moreover, it ranks high among all health technologies based on the cost per year of life gained and cases of illness avoided, since spending on vaccines is one of the best ways for society and the Health Service to invest available resources.

In this section, the benefits of vaccination and its future prospects are presented and discussed, alongside insights on the real risks related to vaccination practices.

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