Vaccination Myths and Facts | MedShots by mfine

Dr. Srinivas Gunda

Some claims about vaccines are completely unsubstantiated & there is no clinical evidence of them causing harm.

There is a growing notion about the harm caused by vaccines. Vaccines have been linked to autism and mercury poisoning. However, these notions and claims are completely unsubstantiated and there is no clinical evidence of vaccines causing harm.

Check out this video to learn about the various myths and facts surrounding vaccinations.

Vaccinations are the surest line of defence against deadly infectious diseases like polio, whooping cough, diphtheria and others. Children especially are in need of vaccination in order to develop a strong immunity. Log on to the mfine app and consult online with top doctors regarding what vaccines to get.

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