Measles Transmitted By The Vaccinated, Gov. Researchers Confirm

Cases of mumps hits 10-year high
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KXRM)— Top health officials are monitoring the worst mumps in the United States in 10 years.
Harvard University has been dealing with handfuls of infected students since the beginning of the school year and over at the University of Missouri, more than 200 people have come down with the virus.
The CDC says mumps cases have now surfaced in all but four states with nearly 4,300 infections reported.
Several public schools near Seattle have reported a growing number of cases.
Arkansas is the epicenter – with nearly 2,200 cases – in mostly school-aged children.
Mumps is extremely contagious and can be spread with a sneeze or cough.
Doctors say the best way to protect yourself is to get vaccinated.

Study – Difficulties in Eliminating Measles and Controlling Rubella and Mumps: A Cross-Sectional Study of a First Measles and Rubella Vaccination and a Second Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Vaccination
Background
The reported coverage of the measles–rubella (MR) or measles–mumps–rubella (MMR) vaccine is greater than 99.0% in Zhejiang province. However, the incidence of measles, mumps, and rubella remains high. In this study, we assessed MMR seropositivity and disease distribution by age on the basis of the current vaccination program, wherein the first dose of MR is administered at 8 months and the second dose of MMR is administered at 18–24 months

Public Health Officials Know: Recently Vaccinated Individuals Spread Disease
Washington, D.C., March 3, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Physicians and public health officials know that recently vaccinated individuals can spread disease and that contact with the immunocompromised can be especially dangerous. For example, the Johns Hopkins Patient Guide warns the immunocompromised to “Avoid contact with children who are recently vaccinated,” and to “Tell friends and family who are sick, or have recently had a live vaccine (such as chicken pox, measles, rubella, intranasal influenza, polio or smallpox) not to visit.”1
A statement on the website of St. Jude’s Hospital warns parents not to allow people to visit children undergoing cancer treatment if they have received oral polio or smallpox vaccines within four weeks, have received the nasal flu vaccine within one week, or have rashes after receiving the chickenpox vaccine or MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine.2
“The public health community is blaming unvaccinated children for the outbreak of measles at Disneyland, but the illnesses could just as easily have occurred due to contact with a recently vaccinated individual,” says Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation. The Foundation promotes a healthy diet, non-toxic lifestyle and freedom of medical choice for parents and their children. “Evidence indicates that recently vaccinated individuals should be quarantined in order to protect the public.”
Scientific evidence demonstrates that individuals vaccinated with live virus vaccines such as MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), rotavirus, chicken pox, shingles and influenza can shed the virus for many weeks or months afterwards and infect the vaccinated and unvaccinated alike.

Measles Transmitted By The Vaccinated, Gov. Researchers Confirm
A remarkable study reveals that a vaccinated individual not only can become infected with measles, but can spread it to others who are also vaccinated against it – doubly disproving two doses of MMR vaccine is “99% effective,” as widely claimed.
One of the fundamental errors in thinking about measles vaccine effectiveness is that receipt of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine equates to bona fide immunity against these pathogens. Indeed, it is commonly claimed that receiving two doses of the MMR vaccine is “99 percent effective in preventing measles,”1 despite a voluminous body of contradictory evidence from epidemiology and clinical experience.
This erroneous thinking has led the public, media and government alike to attribute the origin of measles outbreaks, such as the one recently reported at Disney, to the non-vaccinated, even though 18% of the measles cases occurred in those who had been vaccinated against it — hardly the vaccine’s claimed “99% effective.” The vaccine’s obvious fallibility is also indicated by the fact that that the CDC now requires two doses.
But the problems surrounding the failing MMR vaccine go much deeper. First, they carry profound health risks (over 25 of which we have indexed here: MMR vaccine dangers), including increased autism risk, which a senior CDC scientist confessed his agency covered up. Second, not only does the MMR vaccine fail to consistently confer immunity, but those who have been “immunized” with two doses of MMR vaccine can still transmit the infection to others — a phenomena no one is reporting on in the rush to blame the non- or minimally-vaccinated for the outbreak.
MMR Vaccinated Can Still Spread Measles
Last year, a groundbreaking study published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases, whose authorship includes scientists working for the Bureau of Immunization, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, GA, looked at evidence from the 2011 New York measles outbreak that individuals with prior evidence of measles vaccination and vaccine immunity were both capable of being infected with measles and infecting others with it (secondary transmission).
This finding even aroused the attention of mainstream news reporting, such as this Sciencemag.org article from April 2014 titled “Measles Outbreak Traced to Fully Vaccinated Patient for First Time.”
Titled, “Outbreak of Measles Among Persons With Prior Evidence of Immunity, New York City, 2011,” the groundbreaking study acknowledged that, “Measles may occur in vaccinated individuals, but secondary transmission from such individuals has not been documented.”
In order to find out if measles vaccine compliant individuals are capable of being infected and transmitting the infection to others, they evaluated suspected cases and contacts exposed during a 2011 measles outbreak in NYC. They focused on one patient who had received two doses of measles-containing vaccine and found that,

Rise In Mumps Cases Has Some Public Health Officials Asking Questions
Caroline Brown, a sophomore at the University of Missouri got a fever over Thanksgiving break. Soon it became painful to bite down, and her cheek began to swell. A trip to her physician confirmed it – Caroline had the mumps.
“Mumps kind of sounds like this archaic thing,” Brown said. “We get vaccinated for it – it just sounds like something that nobody gets.  So I just didn’t think that it was possible that I would get it.”
But mumps is back, and is having its worst year in a decade, fueled in part by its spread on college campuses. Since classes began at the University of Missouri in August, school officials have identified 193 mumps cases on campus, with more unreported cases likely. And nationwide more than 4,000 cases have been reported to the CDC, nearly triple the cases in 2015 and the largest spike in 10 years.
The spike has some public health officials asking questions about the existing vaccine protocol.
Dr. Susan Even, executive director for the University of Missouri’s Student Health Center said she hasn’t seen anything like the current outbreak in her 31 years at the school. She said all of the students her team treated for mumps had two MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) vaccine doses — a school requirement — but they got sick anyway.
“The fact that we have mumps showing up in highly immunized populations likely reflects something about the effectiveness of the vaccine,” Even said.

 “Official data have shown that the large-scale vaccinations undertaken in the US have failed to obtain any significant improvement of the diseases against which they were supposed to provide protection.” Dr A. Sabin, developer of the Oral Polio vaccine
Dr A. Sabin, developer of the Oral Polio vaccine (lecture to Italian doctors in Piacenza, Italy, December 7th 1985)

Study – Real-time RT-PCR assays to differentiate wild-type group A rotavirus strains from Rotarix® and RotaTeq® vaccine strains in stool samples
Abstract
Group A rotaviruses (RVA) are the leading cause of severe diarrhea in young children worldwide. Two live-attenuated RVA vaccines, Rotarix® and RotaTeq® are recommended by World Health Organization (WHO) for routine immunization of all infants. Rotarix® and RotaTeq® vaccines have substantially reduced RVA associated mortality but occasionally have been associated with acute gastroenteritis (AGE) cases identified in vaccinees and their contacts. High-throughput assays are needed to monitor the prevalence of vaccine strains in AGE cases and emergence of new vaccine-derived strains following RVA vaccine introduction. In this study, we have developed quantitative real-time RT-PCR (qRT-PCR) assays for detection of Rotarix® and RotaTeq® vaccine components in stool samples. Real-time RT-PCR assays were designed for vaccine specific targets in the genomes of Rotarix® (NSP2, VP4) and RotaTeq® (VP6, VP3-WC3, VP3-human) and validated on sequence confirmed stool samples containing vaccine strains, wild-type RVA strains, and RVA-negative stools. For quantification, standard curves were generated using dsRNA transcripts derived from RVA gene segments. Rotarix® NSP2 and VP4 qRT-PCR assays exhibited 92–100% sensitivity, 99–100% specificity, 94–105% efficiency, and a limit of detection of 2–3 copies per reaction. RotaTeq® VP6, VP3-WC3, and VP3-human qRT-PCR assays displayed 100% sensitivity, 94–100% specificity, 91–102% efficiency and limits of detection of 1 copy, 2 copies, and 140 copies, respectively. These assays permit rapid identification of Rotarix® and RotaTeq® vaccine components in stool samples from clinical and surveillance studies and will be helpful in determining the frequency of vaccine strain-associated AGE.

Health Department: Oklahoma mumps outbreak impacts vaccinated patients
Quick Facts:
State and county health departments investigating mumps outbreak
DOCUMENT: Dec 2016 Outbreak Info: http://mediaweb.fox23.com/document_dev/2016/12/15/Mumps%20Outbreak%20Web%20Update%20SEP19_6830847_ver1.0.pdf
Outbreak currently impacts areas of Garfield and Kay Counties
Cases in Canadian, McClain, Osage, Tulsa and Woods Counties connected to those outbreak areas
Vaccinated patients were also impacted by the outbreak
A recent outbreak of mumps in Oklahoma impacts even patients vaccinated against the disease.

Rise In Mumps Cases Has Some Public Health Officials Asking Questions

Rise In Mumps Cases Has Some Public Health Officials Asking Questions
Caroline Brown, a sophomore at the University of Missouri got a fever over Thanksgiving break. Soon it became painful to bite down, and her cheek began to swell. A trip to her physician confirmed it – Caroline had the mumps.
“Mumps kind of sounds like this archaic thing,” Brown said. “We get vaccinated for it – it just sounds like something that nobody gets.  So I just didn’t think that it was possible that I would get it.”
But mumps is back, and is having its worst year in a decade, fueled in part by its spread on college campuses. Since classes began at the University of Missouri in August, school officials have identified 193 mumps cases on campus, with more unreported cases likely. And nationwide more than 4,000 cases have been reported to the CDC, nearly triple the cases in 2015 and the largest spike in 10 years.
The spike has some public health officials asking questions about the existing vaccine protocol.
Dr. Susan Even, executive director for the University of Missouri’s Student Health Center said she hasn’t seen anything like the current outbreak in her 31 years at the school. She said all of the students her team treated for mumps had two MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) vaccine doses — a school requirement — but they got sick anyway.
“The fact that we have mumps showing up in highly immunized populations likely reflects something about the effectiveness of the vaccine,” Even said.

Report: Ireland Fights HPV Vaccine Injury & Pharma Control

Report: Ireland Fights HPV Vaccine Injury & Pharma Control
The world is watching as Irish communities have gained public, political and mainstream media traction. Irish families have faced an uphill battle against a pharmaceutical invasion of their healthcare system. Loss of informed consent and medical ethics at the hands of the school system has come between parental rights. HPV vaccine injury from Gardasil & Cervarix is mounting as the country’s medical system plays catch-up to help its injured daughters. Yet acknowledgment within Irish healthcare and politics is still slowed by the crippling pharmaceutical control and conflicts of interest that remains.

R.E.G.R.E.T Ireland’s HPV Vaccine Injury Support Group: regret.ie

Alberta Study: 1 in 10 Girls in ER after HPV Vaccine

Irish Senator Paschal Mooney House of Oireachtas October 2015

Senator Paschal Mooney Questions Irish Health Minister

Kiva Murphy on TV3

Cervical Cancer Vaccine: Is It Safe? TV3 Documentary

Dr. Kevin Kelleher: On Purposely Removing Medical Ethics in Ireland

Anna Cannon Testifies in Irish Parliament Joint Committee on Health & Children

Sin Hang Lee M.D. Open Letter of HPV Vaccine Research Fraud

Questions to Ask Your Doctor before you let them Vaccinate your Child ~Brian Rogers via Dr Nancy Tarlow

Questions to Ask Your Doctor before you let them Vaccinate your Child
~Brian Rogers via Dr Nancy Tarlow
When I take this information directly from someone who is working with vaccines and speaking  to hundreds of parents who relate the same experience after their child  was injured, I decided to create this list of questions to ask your  doctor before vaccinating yourself or your child.  1.  What training have you (and your staff) had in identifying a vaccine  reaction? If you and your staff have received training, has it been by a  pharmaceutical company? What training have you had other than learning  the recommended schedule?
2. Do you believe there  should be a 1-size-fits-all for vaccinations? Do you think that  vaccinations should be mandated or do you think it should be a decision  made between the doctor and their patients?
3. Do you  customarily give out the vaccine inserts to parents to assure that they  are aware of all of the risks (ie SIDS, seizures, tics, autism) versus  just giving out the handout from the CDC?
4. Are you  familiar with the ingredients contained in most vaccines? (Aborted fetal  cells (DNA of someone else mixing with you or your child’s), MSG,  mercury (trace amounts in all vaccines and higher amounts in specific  ones like the flu vaccine), formaledehyde. Does your training include  understanding the toxic effect on the brain of these ingredients?
5.  If one of your patients had a vaccine injury, besides diagnosing them,  what additional medical tests (blood work, nutritional deficiencies, gut  analysis) would you perform to understand how this has affected your  patient?
6. Since vaccination can only give someone  partial immunity (vs lifetime immunity if you’ve had the disease) and  there have been repeated vaccine failures (people who have been  vaccinated still getting the disease ie whooping cough, measles), what  do you recommend to make sure your patient’s immune system is strong?  Have you been trained in nutrition to teach families how proper  nutrition can help someone who has been vaccine injured, is on the  autism spectrum, has food sensitivities/allergies?
7. Are you familiar with VAERS (Vaccine adverse effects report system)? If yes, how many reports have you filed to VAERS?
8. Are you familiar with the VICP (Vaccine Injury Compensation Program)? National  Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-660) created the  VICP and was established to ensure an efficient forum for individuals  found to be injured by certain vaccines. Did you know that as of  May 1st, 2015 there have been $3,159,410,649 in payouts to people that  have been vaccine injured through the VICP?
9. Do you think measles is a severe problem? There have been 0 deaths from measles in the US since 2003. How can diseases be spread by the unvaccinated if they don’t have the disease?
10. Do you screen for the MTHFR (MethylTetraHydroFolate Reductase Deficiency)genetic mutation prior to vaccinating your patients? Individuals  who have bio markers showing inefficient folate metabolism, impaired  methylation, low glutathione levels, and vitamin deficiencies (including  but not limited to B12, vitamin D, and carnitine deficiency), are also  at high risk for adverse reactions to vaccines because their ability to  rid some of the additives and preservatives is impaired, and because  their methylation cycle and mitochondria may be impaired.
Addition by Liz Re
11.   What is your response if a parent calls that their child is seizing  after vaccines?  What is your response if a parent says their child is  exhibiting high pitched screaming that goes on and on, arching their  back and having trouble breathing?These are signs of  encephalitis and should require immediate attention at the ER.  Encephalitis is listed as an adverse event on the package insert.