The null hypothesis for this study is that vaccination is harmless and beneficial to the human body. To reject the null hypothesis, the p-value will be set as 0.01. This means that, say, for a sample population of 1000 volunteers, if at least 10 people experience negative impact to the bodily function(s) of any kind, the null hypothesis will be rejected. Thus, it will prove that anti-vax movement is right. Please refer to PubMed article for key concerns of the anti-vax movement.
Vaccines that are targeted for this study:
- Chickenpox Vaccine (Wiki)
- Influenza Vaccine (Wiki)
- Hepatitis A Vaccine (Wiki)
- Hepatitis B Vaccine (Wiki)
- Hepatitis A and B Combined Vaccine (Wiki)
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine (Cervarix) (Wiki)
- Meningococcal ACWY Vaccine (Wiki)
- Pneumococcal 23-valent Vaccine (Wiki)
- Tetanus Vaccine (Wiki)
- Typhoid Vaccine (Wiki)
Do note that some of the vaccines listed above require more than one dose. For example, Hepatitis B Vaccine will require three doses over a period of 6 months typically. Hence, the period of study will require at least one year to monitor individuals for the post-vaccination effect. Additionally, there is age restriction for some of the vaccines, thus, this restriction will be strictly adhered to.