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Vaccine Failures Keep Mounting - When Will Studies Pointing Out Flaws Result in Healthy Changes?

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  • Arkansas is battling an outbreak of mumps that began in August. As of December 2, 1,824 people had contracted the disease, despite 90 to 95 percent of school aged children and 30 to 40 percent of adults being “fully immunized,” according to the state health department
  • There have been mumps outbreaks reported for more than a decade in vaccinated persons and an Arkansas epidemiologist is worried the mumps strain included in MMR vaccine used in the U.S. may not match the disease now being seen in some people
  • Research looking at lab-confirmed type A or B influenza shows flu shots have no impact on absenteeism among children. Whether they’re vaccinated or not, children miss the same number of days of school due to influenza

By Dr. Mercola

Do routine vaccinations actually protect us from disease? The fact that repeated outbreaks among vaccinated populations keep occurring suggests that many vaccines are ineffective and do not work as advertised.


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