1Running head: ARTICLE REVIEWArticle ReviewNameInstitution AffiliationDate2ARTICLE REVIEWSummary of the ArticleThe Moral Case For The Routine Vaccination Of Children In Developed And DevelopingCountries.Dawson focuses on exploring the routine of children's vaccination in developing anddeveloped countries (Dawson, 2011). The author highlights that there are four distinct parts infavor of vaccinating children. The issues revolve around the need to balance harm and benefits,considerations of the child's interest, societal and public benefits and also addresses the issues ofjustice. The primary benefit of vaccinating children is to boost the immune system to preventinfection when they come to contact with an infected person (Dawson, 2011). Parents indeveloping countries face uncertainties and dangers of trivial diseases that aren't met by parentsin developed countries. Benefits of vaccination should outweigh risks. The author explains thatall things being equal, perceptions of harm may vary. This is when the primary ethical issue ofconsideration is lack of access to something such as health care (Dawson, 2011).The author also explains the ethical consideration that lack of vaccination by omissioncauses harm to others. The author argues that the critical issue is the responsibility of foreseeingthe harm (Dawson, 2011). Policymakers can make an obligation interested to change parent'sbehavior on vaccinating their children when unvaccinated children are ...
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