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Is the MMR Vaccine a Fraud or Does It Just Wear Off Quickly?

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  • Ninety-five percent of children entering kindergarten have received two doses of MMR vaccine, as have 92 percent of school children ages 13 to 17 years. In some states, the MMR vaccination rate is near 100 percent
  • Despite achieving a vaccination rate that theoretically should ensure vaccine-acquired herd immunity, outbreaks of mumps keep occurring, primarily among those who have been vaccinated
  • Mumps is making a strong comeback among college students, with hundreds of outbreaks occurring on U.S. campuses over the past two decades
  • Recent research suggests the reemergence of mumps among young adults is due, at least in part, to waning immunity; protection from the vaccine is wearing off quicker than expected
  • According to a still-ongoing lawsuit filed in 2010, Merck is accused of falsifying efficacy testing of its mumps vaccine to hide its poor effectiveness. So, resurgence of mumps may be the result of using a vaccine that doesn’t offer much in terms of protection

By Dr. Mercola

In 1986, public health officials stated that MMR vaccination rates for kindergarten children were in excess of 95 percent and that one dose of live attenuated measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (MMR) would eliminate the three common childhood diseases in the U.S. In 1989, parents were informed that a single dose of MMR vaccine was inadequate for providing lifelong protection against these common childhood diseases and that children would need to get a second dose of MMR.


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