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Dachel Media Update: Measles In the Media

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There are almost 800 stories about the dangers represented by unvaccinated currently on Google News.  A doctor in the NY Times calls non-vaccinating parents "pretty dumb."

These articles don't concede that vaccines have serious side effects.  The only problem is convincing non-vaccinating parents.  Five employees at Disneyland came down with measles.  Two were vaccinated.  The other three have an unknown vaccination status.  Shouldn't we find out if all five had been vaccinated?  

 In all the stories out there on measles and exempting parents is the word AUTISM---that curious, mysterious, inconsequential disorder we CELEBRATE every April.

Even those who are Jewish and Christians are selectively covered.

Will we soon be at a time when we have to have proof of vaccination to go out in public?

Jan 21, 2015, Christian Times: Measles Outbreak 2015 News: Measles Makes Comeback As Outbreak Spreads ...

"It's pretty ubiquitous now throughout the county," said Dr. Eric Handler, Orange County's public health officer and a pediatrician. "Clearly, we have an unprotected population that needs to be immunized to halt the spread of the disease."

. . . "The vaccine is entirely safe," said Cherry. "Information about adverse effects like autism are just not true."

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one or two children out of every 1,000 who get the measles will die. One child will suffer convulsions and be left deaf or mentally retarded following a severe swelling of the brain.

Jan 20, 2015, The Jewish Daily: Vaccination Rates Drop at Some Jewish Day Schools - Even as ...

 A recent measles outbreak originating at Disneyland that has infected more than 50 people has returned the issue of declining immunization rates to the national headlines.

California health officials report that the outbreak began at the Anaheim theme park in mid-December and quickly spread throughout the country, helped along in part by the growing influence of the anti-immunization movement, which sees vaccines as unhealthy and linked to disorders such as autism. Multiple studies have shown no link between vaccines and autism. . . .

According to a compilation of state data by the San Francisco-based radio station KQED, 26 percent of kindergarten students last year at the Chabad Academy of San Diego and Beth Hillel Day School in Los Angeles opted out of vaccines last year. In 2012, 14 percent of kindergarten students at the Seattle Hebrew Academy in Washington state opted out, according to the radio station KUOW in Seattle. . . .

"We eliminated measles transmission in the U.S. in 2000," said Dr. Paul Offit, director of the Vaccine Education Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and a strong advocate for universal vaccination. But, he added, "When you have an erosion of herd immunity, the most contagious diseases come back first."

In New York, private schools have much greater freedom to decide whether to accept parental objections to vaccinations on religious grounds. At the Ramaz School, a modern Orthodox day school in Manhattan, principal Rabbi Haskel Lookstein issued a ruling that vaccinations are considered "p'kuach nefesh," a Jewish legal standard under which religious requirements are suspended to protect human life.

"It's a condition of attending Ramaz," Paul Shaviv, its head of school, said of vaccinations. "It's absolutely required for the protection of the health of the students."

In 2005, the Committee on Jewish Law and Standards of the Conservative movement ruled likewise, unanimously, that vaccination was required under Jewish law, save for medical exceptions. But elsewhere in the country, the rules are not so strict or the community is not so supportive of immunization.

Last August, Rabbi Shmuel Kamenetzky, an influential haredi Orthodox rabbi in Philadelphia, told the Baltimore Jewish Times, "I see vaccinations as the problem. It's a hoax. Even the Salk vaccine [against polio] is a hoax. It is just big business."

Jan 21, 2015, Los Angeles Times: Disney measles outbreak: Resort asks staff for proof they're protected

Disneyland Resort employees who had contact with measles-stricken coworkers have been asked to stay home unless they can show they've been vaccinated or take a blood test to show they're immune, Disney officials told the Los Angeles Times.

On Tuesday, company officials confirmed to The Times that five Disneyland Resort employees had been diagnosed with measles. Two had been vaccinated, health officials said, and the vaccination status of the other workers is still being investigated.

Jan 21, 2015, New York Times: When Measles Spreads From Disneyland, It's a Small World After All

Most of those infected were "under-immunized," which can mean they have been vaccinated against some illnesses but not others, or have not had all the recommended doses of a vaccine for their age. . . .

To say that this worries me is an understatement. As a health journalist, I have spent years writing about the importance and safety of vaccines, always explaining that their enormous benefits far outweigh their risks.

Jan 21, 2015, New York Times: Measles Cases Linked to Disneyland Rise, and Debate Over Vaccinations ...

A measles outbreak that began at Disneyland is spreading across California and beyond, prompting health officials to move aggressively to contain it - including barring unvaccinated students from going to school in Orange County.  The outbreak has increased concerns that a longstanding movement against childhood vaccinations has created a surge in a disease that was declared eliminated in the United States in 2000. . . .

Dr. James Cherry, a specialist in pediatric infectious diseases at the University of California, Los Angeles, said the outbreak was "100 percent connected" to the anti-immunization campaign. "It wouldn't have happened otherwise - it wouldn't have gone anywhere," he said. "There are some pretty dumb people out there.". . .

"It's premature to blame the increase in reports of measles on the unvaccinated when we don't have all the facts yet," said  Barbara Loe Fisher, the president of the National Vaccine Information Center, a group raising concerns about inoculations. "I do know this: Fifty-seven cases of measles coming out of Disneyland in a country with a population of 317 million people is not a lot of cases. We should all take a deep breath and wait to see and get more information."

A handful of doctors seem sympathetic to these views. Dr. Jay Gordon, a Santa Monica pediatrician who has cautioned against the way vaccines are used, said he had "given more measles vaccines" than ever before but did not like giving the shot to younger children.

"I think whatever risk there is - and I can't prove a risk - is, I think, caused by the timing," he said, referring to when the shot is administered. "It's given at a time when kids are more susceptible to environmental impact. Don't get me wrong; I have no proof that this vaccine causes harm. I just have anecdotal reports from parents who are convinced that their children were harmed by the vaccine." . . .

California tightened its "personal belief" exemption law last year, requiring parents to submit a form signed by a health care provider. But Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat, added a religious exemption at the last minute; parents who choose that option do not need a doctor's signature. 

Jan 21, 2015, USA Today: Measles outbreak raises question of vaccine exemptions PediatricianJaime Friedman: 'These parents who don't vaccinate don't seem to care about anyone but themselves.'

Five Disney employees developed measles after someone with the virus visited Disneyland or the adjacent Disney California Adventure Park between Dec. 15 and Dec. 20. Health officials have not figured out the identity of the patient who started the outbreak.

Disney has offered vaccinations and immunity tests to employees "out of an abundance of caution," says Pamela Hymel, chief medical officer at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. Employees who may have had contact with infected co-workers are being tested for measles and will be on paid leave until they're medically cleared. . . .

California, Oregon and Washington recently made their exemption process more rigorous by requiring "informed refusal." Parents must talk to a health professional about the risks of failing to vaccinate or take an online course before being granted an exemption.

Nearly 95% of children are fully vaccinated against measles, according to the CDC. But vaccination rates vary from a low of 82% in Colorado to 98% in Mississippi. . . .

Although states set vaccination laws, school districts can grant exemptions, says William Schaffner, a professor at Vanderbilt School of Medicine in Nashville. Some school districts are more permissive than others. In Oregon, more than 7% of schoolchildren are allowed to skip vaccines.

In some individual schools, up to 30% of children have been allowed to skip vaccines, Chavez says.

"That's a powder keg waiting for a match," Schaffner says. . . .

Although states set vaccination laws, school districts can grant exemptions, says William Schaffner, a professor at Vanderbilt School of Medicine in Nashville. Some school districts are more permissive than others. In Oregon, more than 7% of schoolchildren are allowed to skip vaccines.

In some individual schools, up to 30% of children have been allowed to skip vaccines, Chavez says.

"That's a powder keg waiting for a match," Schaffner says.

Jan 20, 2015, KCRA Sacramento: Study shows some neighborhoods may be hesitant to vaccines

KCRA could only show us one vaccinating mom and a pro-vaccine doctor.  Evidently those with concerns about vaccines weren't available for comment.

Video: "The recent measles outbreak at Disneyland has now spread to four states and it's renewing calls from the medical community about the need to vaccinate against diseases.  . . .

"'It makes sense that people who live in the same neighborhoods and go to the same places, would see things similarly.'. . . ."

The NVIC is cited in the report: "It's a group that is not anti-vaccine, but advocates for a choice in this decision when it comes to vaccinations, says parents shouldn't be forced into this decision. . . . intelligent people come together, look at the information and they make their own informed choice."

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Let you fingers do the walking through the CDC's National Vital Statics Reports for the years for the years 2000-2014.

Online at the CDC's website.


No thanks.

For what its worth, I was agreeing with you. My point was that I don't believe that a single person has died from measles since 2000. Not even the 9 that have been reported by the CDC.


It's all in Sharyl Attkisson's book. The corporations control the government and the media. Without the corporations, the media couldn't operate. Today, we are at the lowest point it's ever been. Ten - twenty years ago, if there were dangerous products, eventually reporters would be able to get the news to the public. There might have been push back, but they were able to overcome it in some (not all) instances. Now there is much less (zero) chance that the media will cover anything that their corporate sponsors disapprove of.


Let you fingers do the walking through the CDC's National Vital Statics Reports for the years for the years 2000-2014.

Online at the CDC's website.




Perspective: 9 measles deaths in the US since the year 2000


9 measles deaths "have been reported" in the US since the year 2000

I believe in that statistic of 9 deaths , about as much as I believe in the boogey man.


I'm very depressed about the media lies and coercion and so there is only one thing left to do: repeal the 1987 Vaccine Injury Compensation Act. The media has become evil and is for some reason 100% on the side of big pharm--and it can't just be because of the advertising budget. Yet if we could sue big pharm again--no skin off the media's back--then no doctor, or hospital would be so eager to dismiss the no harm thing. Otherwise we may all be doomed.


Perspective: 9 measles deaths in the US since the year 2000


9 measles deaths "have been reported" in the US since the year 2000

I believe in that statistic of 9 deaths , about as much as I believe in the boogey man.


Thank You Linda for your kind words.

The doctor was mad. Asked me where I got my medical information and when I answered her pubmed and the vaccine insert - she got really mad and wanted to know where I got my medical degree.

I was brow beaten at 30 and brow beaten at 58. When does this all end?

How will this all end?

Concerned momma

But Greg, who will demand these critical questioned get asked and answered?


"For the thousandth time, What is so bad about getting measles?"
You mean aside from DEATH?
Posted by: Jeff | January 23, 2015 at 03:31 AM

PERSPECTIVE:I hope the chart displays correctly & is readable.
Measles Deaths in the United States. Source: CDC's National Vital Statics Reports.First number is ANNUALLY & Second is to DATE since 2013.

Real Time Estimate Top 7 Causes of Death Since 1 Jan, 2013
Tobacco 529,000 -- 1,078,013
Medical Errors 195,000 -- 397,377
Alcohol Abuse 107,400 -- 218,863
Vehicle Accidents 42,000 -- 85,589
Suicide 29,500 -- 59,810
Drug Abuse 25,500 -- 51,965
Firearm Homicide 10,828 -- 22,066

Measles Deaths:
2000: 1
2001: 1
2002: 0
2003: 1
2004: 0
2005: 1
2006: 0
2007: 0
2008: 0
2009: 2
2010: 2
2011: 1
2012: 0
2013: 0
2014: 0

-3,000 people a day in the US die from malnutrition. Source: National Vital Statics Report
-About 40,290 deaths from breast cancer. American Cancer Society
-Heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States, claiming approximately 1 million lives annually.
-In the United States alone where cancer death statistics are highly monitored each year has seen a steady death rate of 550,000 to 600,000 people year after year, or roughly 1,500 people per day.

Perspective: 9 measles deaths in the US since the year 2000 vs 1,500 a day from various cancers and 3,000 a year from malnutrition which is preventable. Medical errors leading to patient death are much higher than previously thought, and may be as high as 400,000 deaths a year, according to a new study in the Journal of Patient Safety.

Yet, the medical industrial complex, the government which is in league with the MSM have this ongoing campaign to push vaccines which no studies have been done Independently that confirms that they are either effective or safe. There are no Independent studies that confirm that disease reduction in any part of the world at any time in history was due to the inoculation of its population.

The Pharmetutical companies and the government which include the CDC & HHS, two of the largest purchasers of vaccines, spent billions on negative fear mongering campaigns every year. The Pharmetutical companies actually spend more money of PR than they do on new drug development.

Am I the only one that sees something wrong with this picture?


Anne writes.....

Five employees at Disneyland came down with measles. Two were vaccinated. The other three have an unknown vaccination status. Shouldn't we find out if all five had been vaccinated?

Playing with these numbers offers some interesting insights on MMR protection in this outbreak. Let's assume the other three out of five employees were not vaxed. (This assumption actually benefits the pro-vaxers.) Now measles is described as a highly contagious disease, infecting 90% of those coming into contact with it. Using this info we can discern a vital piece of the puzzle – the likely amount of vax/unvax staff that were exposed to the disease. If the three infected unvaxed staff amount to 90% of the total exposed unvax staff, this would translate to a total of 3.33 (we are using decimals to be precise) unvaxed individuals who were exposed to the disease. Now, let’s also assume a MMR 90/10% vax/unvax rate among the exposed staff. Expecting the numbers to average out by random chance this would translate to 29.97 exposed vaxed staff to our 3.33 unvaxed ones. Of the 29.97 exposed vaxed staff we know two were infected. This amounts to a MMR failure rate of 6.67%, close to 7%. Now pro-vaxxers may claim this is still pretty good protection, but it is, nevertheless, a significant step back from the claim that MMR offers 99% protection from the measles. Reflect also that they were not satisfied with a single MMR shot that offered 95% protection, so 93% protection would indeed be a slap in the face of this heralded vaccine. Further, we are running on the assumption that the other three staff were unvaxed. If they were indeed vaxed then this would indeed be a nightmare situation for pro-vaxxers, suggesting that the vaccine protection was as poor as 85% if all five were vaxed.


"She asked me where I got my medical degree."

You could have said, "Not from Pharma, like you."

Glad you were there to protect your Dad from her snake oil.


"For the thousandth time, What is so bad about getting measles?"
You mean aside from DEATH?


You live in a developed country, and your worried about dying from .. measles????

I don't even have words for that.

Who is William Thompson ?


The "Vaccine derived Autism" I have been exposed to , is worse than death .

but please ignore the warnings from the parents like us .
Go on ahead and fully vaccinate yourself and your entire extended family , you have my blessing .
In fact I'll sponsor it for charity if you wish .
And dont duck any of them mind . Take them all .

John Stone


Death is not a common effect of measles in the developed world. What you are seeing is the backlash of people who have witnessed the adverse effects vaccines on their children and who are being systematically discounted, ignored and shunned by government and the mainstream media. We want to be listened to, and if there is to be a vaccine program we want more care.


"For the thousandth time, What is so bad about getting measles?"
You mean aside from DEATH?

John Stone

Re: William Schaffner I posted last year:

'Potential conflicts of interest. W. S. (William Schaffner) is a member of data safety monitoring boards for Merck and Sanofi-Pasteur and occasionally consults for Pfizer, GlasoSmithKline, and Dynavax.'

I doubt whether Schaffner would make a lot of money if he started to tell them their products were dangerous.

just another autism mom

Thanks again Anne for all of you coverage! There are so many holes in this frenzied media rush to blame, shame and vilify the “anti-vaccinations following Hollywood celebrities”, I don’t know where to start!

First off, why the rush to put this atrocious spotlight on unvaccinated/under-vaccinated children? To date, there’s no proof that unvaccinated/under-vaccinated children are the cause or the fuel of the “made for TV” Disneyland measles outbreak. They have yet to find patient Zero and most patients reported are adults, many of them either vaccinated of unknown status. Obviously, because it’s because it’s easy to rally the lynch mobs and target the group vulnerable to mandatory vaccination. How many of the Media “talking heads” and reporters would pass the childhood immunizations requirements, NONE! Yet they slam parents for making educated and informed decisions about their child’s healthcare.
Before these media hacks start spouting off and calling me a “dolt”, “stupid” and “selfish”, they need to show me their full proof of vaccination against measles, mumps, rubella, polio, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, chickenpox, hepatitis B, hepatitis A, haemophilus influenza type B, pneumococcal, rotavirus, and human papillomavirus12.
Oh, yeah, and I want titers tests too, because according to Dr. Manny at Fox, about 10% of adult’s vaccine has worn of leaving them unprotected and able to spread disease (Common side effect are really sore arm, possible burning at the injection site, high fever, and convulsions, but don’t worry, any brain swelling leading to long term damage is just a coincidence and would have happened even if you were at the beach or office.)
I find the media coverage so exasperating because I see this issue from both ends of the spectrum. Well before the “everything I know about vaccines and autism, I learned from Hollywood celebrities” came along, I was a young hopeful parent that trusted my doctor’s quoted stats that vaccine adverse reactions where 1 in 1,000,000. After all, I worked in a scientific medical field and not to brag, but I had an IQ in the top 97 percentile which I don’t believe usually lines up with “dolt” and “stupid”.
However, after my child developed may adverse reactions after a serious of shots, including the MMR, his health rapidly declined and he was diagnosed with encephalopathy at age 2. He was diagnosed with autism at age 5 and pituitary dwarfism at age 8. I’ve had several well respected doctors (MD’s and specialists) tell me that his health issues are caused by the series of shots with the MMR. He’s never had another vaccination since then, and never will. So technically he is under vaccinated, but according to the CDC, one dose of the measles vaccine give 95% coverage. If push comes to shove, I’ll get the titers tested.
On the other hand, I am over vaccinated for measles. I had one measles shot as an infant, one MMR in middle school and two MMR in college (because I didn’t have my vaccination records on hand). Based on the statistics for coverage, I should have 99.96% chance of being immune to measles, but I had a blood titer test for work and I have ZERO antibodies. I wasn’t about to get SIX MMR shots, and found my records, which healthcare employers accept. Here’s the actual wording from the CDC MMWR:

“Documented age-appropriate vaccination supersedes the results of subsequent serologic testing. If a person who has 2 documented doses of measles- or mumps-containing vaccines is tested serologically and is determined to have negative or equivocal measles or mumps titer results, it is not recommended that the person receive an additional dose of MMR vaccine. Such persons should be considered to have presumptive evidence of immunity.”

So upwards of 10% of our healthcare professionals, teachers, amusement park workers, journalists, bloggers and TV talking heads could be unprotected from their vaccines and have the potential to spread disease. If 10% adults are unprotected and adults represent 75% of the US population, and 5% of children are unprotected and represent 25% of the US population, there are over 600% more unprotected adults than kids. Shouldn't these demands for mandatory quarantine of the under-vaccinated/unprotected be directed at adults?

Hey you know what with these odds (1:1,000,000 for vaccine damage and 1:2500 for no immunity after 4 measles shots) I should win the power ball and take my family on a nice trip to Disneyworld ;)


I was brow beaten today to get my 90 year old father a shingles shot after I refused the flu shot.

Gee that takes me back to 1986 - and the day the ped brow beat me into getting my son his third DPT shot that resulted in his brain injury and years and years of struggle of health problems, learning problems, social problems and epilepsy.

Hmmm it bother me not one bit that this doctor today asked me where I had got my information -- pubmed, and vaccine insert did not impress her at all.

She asked me where I got my medical degree.

My Dad came out of there without a vaccine period. He did today.


Drs. Offitt & William Schaffner. The diabolical duo of the pharmaceutical industry. They have been all across the net trying to spin this outbreak so their precious MMR won't be grouped in as a top grade failure like the Flu vaccine that seems to be implicated in many of the deaths that have occurred recently.

In my continual research I came across a few very interesting reports on Pubmed:

Dr. Gregory Poland, one of the world’s most admired, most advanced thinkers in the field of vaccinology.
The measles vaccine has failed, he explained two years ago in a prescient paper, “The re-emergence of measles in developed countries.” In that paper, he warned that due to factors that most haven’t noticed, measles has come back to be a serious public health threat. Poland sees the need for a major rethink, after concluding that the current measles vaccine is unlikely to ever live up to the job expected of it: “outbreaks are occurring even in highly developed countries where vaccine access, public health infrastructure, and health literacy are not significant issues. This is unexpected and a worrisome harbinger — measles outbreaks are occurring where they are least expected,” he wrote in his 2012 paper, listing the “surprising numbers of cases occurring in persons who previously received one or even two documented doses of measles-containing vaccine.” During the 1989-1991 U.S. outbreaks, 20% to 40% of those affected had received one to two doses. In a 2011 outbreak in Canada, “over 50% of the 98 individuals had received two doses of measles vaccine.”
Paper: The Re-Emergence of Measles in Developed Countries: Time to Develop the Next-Generation Measles Vaccines? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih (dot) gov/pmc/articles/PMC3905323/

-Arch Intern Med. 1994 Aug 22;154(16):1815-20.
Failure to reach the goal of measles elimination. Apparent paradox of measles infections in immunized persons.
Poland GA1, Jacobson RM.
The apparent paradox is that as measles immunization rates rise to high levels in a population, measles becomes a disease of immunized persons. Because of the failure rate of the vaccine and the unique transmissibility of the measles virus, the currently available measles vaccine, used in a single-dose strategy, is unlikely to completely eliminate measles. The long-term success of a two-dose strategy to eliminate measles remains to be determined. http://archinte.jamanetwork(dot)com/article.aspx?articleid=619215
Dr. Gregory Poland is Professor of Medicine and founder and leader of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group.

This paper made me laugh because of the way the researchers tried to spin it:

-Explosive school-based measles outbreak: intense exposure may have resulted in high risk, even among revaccinees. American Journal of Epidemiology 1998 Vol. 148, No. 11: 1103-1110.
Paunio M, Peltola H, Valle M, Davidkin I, Virtanen M, Heinonen OP. Department of Public health, University of Helsinki, Finland.

Even high levels of measles vaccination coverage have not always prevented outbreaks of measles spread by airborne transmission. It has been suggested that a large inoculum might increase vaccine failure risk. Airbome transmission might occasionally entail a large measles inoculum. The epidemiologic relevance of measles among properly vaccinated persons (i.e., those vaccinated after 15 months of age and with live attenuated virus) is increased when they become contagious. The authors studied inoculum intensities as measured by proxy variables and the contagiousness of properly vaccinated persons who contracted measles among 51 measles patients infected in one school, at home, or elsewhere, utilizing preexisting records of measles cases and 214 healthy controls from an explosive school outbreak that occurred in a rural Finnish municipality in 1989. One "super-spreader" infected 22 others in one day, including eight once-vaccinated students and one twice-vaccinated student, probably during an assembly of 144 students in a poorly ventilated hallway with no sunlight. Those infected later at home had high measles risk, even if they were revaccinees. When siblings shared a bedroom with a measles case, a 78 percent risk (seven out of nine children) was observed among vaccinees. Vaccinees had approximately 2 days' shorter incubation time than unvaccinated persons. Vaccinated and unvaccinated students were equally able to infect their siblings. Total protection against measles might not be achievable, even among revaccinees, when children are confronted with intense exposure to measles virus.

In this outbreak, an attempt has been made by the authors to blame this "explosive outbreak" to an "intense exposure" to a measles inoculum and the existence of a "super-spreader". Bottom line is revaccination does not prevent measles, and quite how you can establish an "intense exposure" is not scientifically validated as a reasonable explanation - its speculation. Vaccinated and unvaccinated students were equally able to infect their siblings. So vaccination does not prevent the disease, nor does it prevent the transmission of disease through the vaccinated. Being "vaccinated" does not equate to being "immunized" - read it here, they are two separate things, despite the fact that "immunization" is used in the mass-marketing of vaccines.

SUPER-SPREADER??? I'm surprised the MSM in the US didn't pick this up and run with it.


"That's a powder keg waiting for a match," Schaffner says. . . .


The real powered keg, are the millions of parents who are finally realizing that their children have been injured by medically useless vaccines.

And with this constant stream of dishonest, fear-monger reporting, the media is literally striking the match themselves.

Anne J

Serioulsy, 800 articles on a measles outbreak (would love to know if it's a vaccine strain of measles, but they'll never test that!), yet not a peep about the CDC whistleblower from MSM (which is a MUCH bigger story)?!
The media is allowing themselves to become total pawns of industry (not fooling many anymore, though).

LInda L.

"The vaccine is entirely safe," said Cherry. Seriously??? The Supreme Court has ruled that vaccines are "unavoidably unsafe." And because vaccines are unavoidably unsafe, the manufacturers are not held liable when their product is unsafe. How is an unavoidable unsafe medical product declared entirely safe?

Carter's Daddy

For the thousandth time, What is so bad about getting measles?

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