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Measles Vaccine Likely Caused Death of Four Infants in Nepal, Authorities Say

Measles Vaccine

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  • Four infants between 9 and 14 months of age recently died within 24 hours of receiving the measles vaccine in the Doti area of Nepal, a small country between India and China
  • The Doti District Public Health Office has stated the primary investigation suggests the measles vaccine was the cause of death. A committee has been formed to investigate what went wrong
  • With over 70 vaccines included, the U.S. Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is an excellent tool that can help you identify which vaccines are associated with the most side effects
  • It’s important to know your legal rights and understand your options when it comes to using vaccines and prescription drugs. Your doctor is legally obligated to provide you with the CDC Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) sheet and discuss the potential symptoms of side effects of the vaccination(s) you or your child receive BEFORE vaccination takes place. Failure to do this when giving a vaccine is a violation of federal law
  • Doctors must also keep permanent records and report all serious health problems, hospitalizations, injuries and deaths following vaccination to the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS)

By Dr. Mercola

Four infants between nine and 14 months of age recently died within 24 hours of receiving their measles and DPT (diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus) vaccines in the Doti area of Nepal, a small country between India and China.


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