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Thanks! I have to say, from this article, it all seems far too theoretical to me. Especially since what the article mentions (but glosses over) is that the chicken pox vaccine may very well protect vaccinated children from developing shingles as well, which seems logical. If true, this would be a huge benefit to those children who would be spared from not only chicken pox, but the pain of shingles. (I understand that if you are anti-vax, the alternate possibility of "fixing" this with another vaccine isn't palatable, but it does seem that either a shingle vaccine or a chicken pox booster could provide the same protection for the unvaccinated adult public as exposure to children infected with chicken pox. I'm sure you could argue at what cost, due to vaccine injury, etc.)
Basically, what you are advocating is to encourage the infection of children with chicken pox for the benefit of unvaccinated adults who may come in close contact with them. I can see this point, but if the vaccine can protect a large number of children from both chicken pox AND shingles going forward - that seems a much larger public benefit in the end.