The new medical papers show:-
- the mumps vaccine is failing – with vaccinated individuals catching mumps as adults
- but unvaccinated individuals are not
Mumps in adults but not children can cause an atrophied testicle and (rarely) male sterility. Mumps outbreaks in older individuals is a known effect of introducing vaccination. It pushes childhood diseases into the adult population. [A known concern with chickenpox vaccine is serious shingles outbreaks in the older population.]
Children who catch mumps naturally gain lifelong immunity but are at no risk of atrophy or sterility. Mumps vaccination was not recommended by the British Medical Association, Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, Ministry of Defence and Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain from at least 1974 and prior to the 1988 introduction of the MMR [see below].
A reason unvaccinated individuals are not developing mumps as adults is that they caught natural mumps as children and this may have been asymptomatic [ie. they showed no symptoms]. Asymptomatic infection is a known phenomenon and becomes more common as the severity of infectious diseases wanes in the population over time.
In contrast, the hypothesis put by the authors of the paper cited below makes little sense – they suggest the unvaccinated are not catching mumps as adults [when the vaccinated are] because of high vaccination uptake rates. If that were the case then the vaccinated would not be catching mumps as adults either.
VACCINATION NOT WORKING
The vaccination is not working as shown by peer reviewed paper attached from the Journal “Vaccine”:-
“Early waning of immunity in children after the second dose may contribute to reduced vaccine effectiveness for mumps prevention.” Effectiveness of Jeryl Lynn-containing vaccine in Spanish children – Vaccine (2009)
UNVACCINATED NOT DEVELOPING MUMPS
“The lack of cases among unvaccinated individuals may reflect the high uptake of vaccine, and an investigation is ongoing to determine coverage rates for the birth cohorts involved.”
Mumps outbreak on the island of Anglesey, North Wales, December 2008-January 2009 C Roberts1 , G Porter-Jones1 , J Crocker1 , J Hart 1 – Eurosurveillance [Volume 14, Issue 5, 05 February 2009]
MUMPS VACCINATION NOT RECOMMENDED – BMA, JCVI & RPSGB
“Since mumps and its complications are very rarely serious there is little indication for the routine use of mumps vaccine”: British National Formulary (‘BNF’) 1985 and 1986
The BNF is a joint publication of the BMA and RPSGB.
Freedom of Information documents show the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation and Ministry of Defence agreed as early as 1974 that:-
“there was no need to introduce routine vaccination against mumps” because “complications from the disease were rare” JCVI minutes 11 Dec 1974.
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