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Are measles outbreaks due to a failure to vaccinate or failed vaccines and more...

By meisenstein at Oct. 7, 2013, 6:03 a.m., 6268 hits




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Dr. Mayer Eisenstein and Attorney Alan Phillips discussed the rights of college students in healthcare programs to refuse vaccines required for clinical rotations in local healthcare facilities, whether measles outbreaks are due to a failure to vaccinate or failed vaccines, the risk of vaccines vs. the risk of infectious diseases, vaccines and informed consent, how state legislatures and some healthcare professionals who administer vaccines are violating federal law, arbitrary rules and deadlines implemented by schools and hospitals for vaccines and exemptions, when you may need a vaccine exemption statement even though one is not required by law, who other than medical doctors may be able to sign a vaccine medical exemption in some states, and more!



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Posts [ 1 ] | Last post Oct. 7, 2013, 6:03 a.m.
#1 - Oct. 7, 2013, 6:03 a.m.
Emma Brown

, vaccination simply pushes the disease into an older age group. We have primary vaccine failures, where vaccination fails to raise sufficient antibodies. When this failed a second vaccination was recommended. Then we find there are also secondary vaccine failures too, where antibody levels apparently decline. However there are many studies establishing that “time since vaccination” is not a risk factor in secondary vaccine failure.

In the 60s, 70s and 80s, parents would hold “measles parties” deliberately wanting their children to catch measles. Measles is a mild and self-limiting disease in the overwhelming majority of children in the developed world, and allows the maturation of the immune system. In developing nations, the single most important factor in reducing disease is comprised of malnutrition, sanitation and standards of living.