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To Stem Mumps Outbreak, Doctors Recommend a Third Vaccination Despite Ineffectiveness of MMR Vaccine and Lawsuit Claiming Fraud


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  • The last three reported outbreaks of mumps in the US occurred primarily among those fully vaccinated, demolishing claims that unvaccinated people pose a health risk to others
  • In a 2010 outbreak of mumps identified in three schools, doctors administered a third dose of MMR vaccine to students, while theorizing the protective effect of the vaccine had been “overcome” by the mumps virus due to students having close contact with each other for extended periods of time
  • A lawsuit is currently pending against Merck, accusing the vaccine maker of covering up the ineffectiveness of the mumps portion of the MMR vaccine, costing the US government millions of dollars in wasted funds over the past decade, and exposing children to unnecessary risks from the vaccine for very limited benefit
  • Vaccines are never 100 percent protective because they provide only artificial, temporary, typically inferior immunity compared to that your body would receive from naturally contracting and recovering from a disease

By Dr. Mercola

Recently published research in the New England Journal of Medicine investigated the reasons behind, and potential solutions, for mumps outbreaks reported to the CDC during the past several years. According to the authors, widespread use of the MMR vaccine had reduced the annual incidence of mumps in the US by more than 99 percent by 2005.

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