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So What the Heck is the Measles Vaccine’s Made From?

What the Heck Is the Measles Vaccine’s Made From?
By Jamie Lee   Tabublog.com

I think any intelligent and caring parent would want to know what ingredients were in any vaccine given to their child before making such a critical decision as whether to vaccinate or not.

Unfortunately, dangerously even, most doctors, nurses, health practioners, and now apparently, McDonalds, are very poorly informed by public health officials, or the product manufacturers, as to what exactly is contained in the MMR measles vaccine and their potential side effects.

After a self-conducted random poll by me asking several doctors and nurse friends who were pro-vaccine for measles innoculation as to what exactly was in the vaccine, few could name more than one handful of the 49 ingredients and compounds that are used in the new Merck II Measles Vaccine, freely available with a basic Google search.

California Senators this past week proposed legislation that all children be mandatorily vaccinated for measles or not be allowed to attend any public or private schools in the state next fall. In the same week, the Federal government proposed that all federally funded Head Start programs also require mandatory vaccinations.

This will mean that all teachers, administrators and students, bar none, will have to be inoculated solely by State mandate.

Several pro-vaccine websites are even calling to revoke doctor’s medical licenses if they refuse to promote and encourage all to vaccinate their children for measles. Others are calling to incarcerate those parents who choose to not vaccinate.

“When I was a young child I contracted Measles, Mumps and Chicken Pox as well as Rubella. I am still around after 70 years and so are my siblings, who also had the same except Rubella.. I never allowed my children to have any vaccinations. They had measles & chicken pox when young and are strong and healthy today and have children of their own. I have never trusted vaccinations and I believe that now more than ever there are poisonous ingredients in vaccines. Just my opinion and experience. I wouldn’t vaccinate my children if I were a young person today. My father was a biochemist and didn’t believe in vaccinations. He lived to be 100 years, never was vaccinated for anything.” Jo Witt

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Measles in Disneyland: Third MMR Shot and Vaccine Exemption Ban

 

By Barbara Loe Fisher

There have been hundreds of media stories published in the U.S. and around the world since Jan. 14, 2015, the day after it was first reported that visitors to Disneyland got measles and presumably infected other people in California, Washington, Utah, and Colorado.1

Like wildfire, the story spread globally even though there was – and still is – limited information about the 51 lab-confirmed cases of measles public health officials say are linked to the happiest place on earth.

According a Jan. 23 Health Advisory issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “no source case for the outbreak has been identified.”2

Demonizing of Parents and Their Children

The U.S. has a population of more than 320 million people and 38 million people live in California, so it is curious why a handful of measles cases prompted one California newspaper to quickly place blame on parents making informed vaccine choices, calling them “ignorant” and engaged in a “self-absorbed rejection of science.”3

Astroturfers4 and trolls5,6 saw that kind of talk as a green light to do more of it on public comment boards, suggesting that children with vaccine-related brain injuries are genetic mutants and calling mothers of vaccine injured children “liars” and “witches.”7

Pediatrician Leads Blame and Shame Game

Dr. James Cherry,8 a prominent UCLA pediatrician and infectious disease expert, publicly joined in the blame and shame game, hurling insults at parents declining to give children every one of the government recommended 69 doses of 16 vaccines, including two MMR shots.

Dr. Cherry said, “There are some pretty dumb people out there,”9 and “Some people are just terribly selfish.”10

Name-calling is a convenient way to deflect attention from inconvenient truths about vaccine failures and the dissolving myth of vaccine acquired herd immunity.11

A Very Highly Vaccinated U.S. Population

Case in point: there were 644 cases of measles reported in America in 2014,12 even though 95 percent of children entering kindergarten13 have gotten two doses of MMR vaccine, which is also true for 92 percent of school children ages 13 to 17 years.14

Plus, less than one percent of children under age three are completely unvaccinated and 92 percent of them have gotten one or more MMR shots.15 In some states, the MMR vaccination rate is approaching 100 percent.16

According to Dr. Cherry, measles vaccine acquired herd immunity is in effect with a measles vaccination rate of more than 90 percent.17 Well, that has been true in America since 1981 with one dose of MMR vaccine18 and since 2000 for two doses of MMR vaccine, which is one reason why the CDC declared measles eradicated from the U.S. in 2000.19

But, clearly, measles virus has not been eradicated from the U.S., just like measles has not been eradicated from any other country and emerging scientific evidence suggests it never will be—no matter how many doses of MMR vaccine are mandated for every man, woman and child in the world.20,21,22,23

Why is a big deal being made out of 51 cases of measles reported in the U.S.?

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