Dec 16, 2012

Mumps Outbreak At California College Involved 75% Fully Vaccinated

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Before reading the information below understand that they are claiming that unvaccinated people are the problem when really the underlining message should be that vaccines don't protect you against the real world wild viruses. Notice that 75% of the students infected had gotten the recommended two doses of the vaccine which did nothing other than to damage and weaken the bodies own immune system making them more susceptible to the virus in the wild and turning them into carriers of the virus spreading it to others through means of 'herd immunity'. 
Via: buzzfeed
Mumps outbreaks have been making headlines for several years now, with some pointing to declining vaccination rates as a possible cause. Now a California outbreak apparently started by an unvaccinated young man reveals that even people who have had the vaccine may be at risk. The outbreak, documented in a CDC study released last week, ran from August 2011 to January 2012 and eventually sickened 29 people. All were connected in some way to a California university, which is unnamed in the study but appears to be UC Berkeley.
 The CDC study traces the California outbreak back to an unvaccinated 21-year-old man who had recently been to western Europe, where mumps is more common. However, many of those who later got sick had actually been vaccinated — 22 of the 29 had gotten the recommended two doses of vaccine. Mumps outbreaks are becoming more common, says epidemiologist Dr. Mark Dworkin, who specializes in vaccine-preventable diseases. One possible reason is that while two doses of mumps vaccine are now recommended, many people today were vaccinated at a time when just one was the standard, and those people may have lower immunity. The drop in vaccination rates sparked by fears of vaccine-related autism could be a factor as well — one report found a nearly 4% drop between 2008 and 2009 in the number of 2-year-olds with private insurance who were fully vaccinated. Says Dworkin, "People who aren't vaccinating are maintaining a pool of [susceptible people] who are fueling these outbreaks."
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