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On Immunity: An Inoculation

Wichtige Erkenntnisse aus Eula Biss

On Immunity: An Inoculation

Wichtige Erkenntnisse aus Eula Biss

On Immunity: An Inoculation

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Your body belongs to the herd.

Since the publication of Dr. Andrew Wakefield’s controversial 1998 case study linking the MMR vaccine to autism, anti-vaccination belief has spread through American culture like a virus. In “On Immunity: An Inoculation,” Eula Biss attempts to understand both the arguments for and against vaccination.

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  • Are interested in reasonable arguments both for and against vaccination
  • Want to know more about the history of vaccines
  • Don’t really know what to think about vaccination
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Eula Biss gave birth to her son during the 2009 H1N1 outbreak, a virus that ultimately posed less of a threat to the average American than the media made it seem. At the time, mothers around Biss were wary of the vaccine, saying that its development had been rushed, there was too little oversight, and the potential risks outweighed the benefits. When the disease subsided, they felt vindicated. Deciding whether to vaccinate during that time was no simple choice, so Biss set out to understand what exactly vaccination meant in the American psyche.

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