Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Measles outbreak traced to fully vaccinated individual

This is not the first time I have blogged on this topic .There have been cases of polio vaccines spreading polio. Flu vaccines can also spread the flu and the rotavirus vaccine can also spread the virus through feces expression
 Never mind the fact that rotavirus vaccine in Canada and the US is contaminated with Pig DNA
 More on these subjects here- Rotavirus vaccines: Problems with Pig virus contamination & conflicts of interest  & GSK Rotavirus vaccine contaminated with Pig virus

** -The Virus & the Vaccine- Cancer causing monkey virus & contaminated polio vaccine**
That book is highly recommended!

But let's get back to news regarding the measles outbreak from a vaccinated individuals spreading to other vaccinated individuals- blowing all the claims made by vaccine makers sky high

http://news.sciencemag.org/sites/default/files/styles/thumb_article_l/public/sn-measles.jpg
be afraid

Measles outbreak- Science mag
Get the measles vaccine, and you won’t get the measles—or give it to anyone else. Right?  WRONG! Well, not always. A person fully vaccinated against measles has contracted the disease and passed it on to others. The startling case study contradicts received wisdom about the vaccine and suggests that a recent swell of measles outbreaks in developed nations could mean more illnesses even among the vaccinated.
"Received Wisdom" Or big pharma claims?

 That’s why a fully vaccinated 22-year-old theater employee in New York City who developed the measles in 2011 was released without hospitalization or quarantine.
 And based on incorrect assumptions passed down to us from drug companies the hospital released the woman, didn't quarantine her and she went on to infect four other people. Two with immunization records and two had shown signs of having had measles previously.
But like Typhoid Mary, this patient turned out to be unwittingly contagious. Ultimately, she transmitted the measles to four other people, according to a recent report in Clinical Infectious Diseases that tracked symptoms in the 88 people with whom “Measles Mary” interacted while she was sick. Surprisingly, two of the secondary patients had been fully vaccinated. And although the other two had no record of receiving the vaccine, they both showed signs of previous measles exposure that should have conferred immunity.

We should not assume that vaccine are a one size fits all and that they are not without a whole host of their own problems

A closer look at the blood samples taken during her treatment revealed how the immune defenses of Measles Mary broke down. As a first line of defense against the measles and other microbes, humans rely on a natural buttress of IgM antibodies. Like a wooden shield, they offer some protection from microbial assaults but aren’t impenetrable. The vaccine (or a case of the measles) prompts the body to supplement this primary buffer with a stronger armor of IgG antibodies, some of which are able to neutralize the measles virus so it can’t invade cells or spread to other patients. This secondary immune response was presumed to last for decades.
By analyzing her blood, the researchers found that Measles Mary mounted an IgM defense, as if she had never been vaccinated. Her blood also contained a potent arsenal of IgG antibodies, but a closer look revealed that none of these IgG antibodies were actually capable of neutralizing the measles virus. It seemed that her vaccine-given immunity had waned.

If vaccines fail to confer immunity does it make sense to push more vaccination as a solution?
What is that definition of insanity? Oh yes, doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.
 What do the outbreaks of contagious diseases amongst the populace tell us?
About ourselves as a species? About our society? 

 

6 comments:

  1. Putin held a Q and A which included Sevastopol..one Berkut officer asked Putin:
    pic.twitter.com/7sqgScmNOZ
    Nullius_in_Verba @rozakazancctv 4h
    Question to #Putin now from Berkut officer who served on #Maidan: was Yanukovych always such a wuss and traitor?
    World News Report @robinsnewswire 2h
    #WorldNews World News: Putin says Ukraine's decision to disbanded Berkut police will backfire http://u.robinspost.com/5QVbKm #SpecialReports

    Forex News Real Time @ForexNews87 3h
    Russia's Putin says Ukraine's disbanded Berkut Security Force carried Out Duty "professionally and Honourably" http://dlvr.it/5QSdh9
    Revo @arbolioto 3h
    Myroslava Petsa @myroslavapetsa 4h
    #Putin to a former #Berkut officer: People will understand that you behaved the right way and say thank you

    Alexey Yaroshevsky @Yaro_RT 4h
    #Putin to former Berkut head - what the new Kiev authorities are doing to your former colleagues now is apalling and will backfire

    Ann-Dorit Boy @anndoritboy 4h
    Berkut-man asks #Putin: Has Yanukovych always been such a traitor?? P: He did his duty, did not use force #Ukraine #Russia
    #PUTIN ANSWERS Berkut commander: "Yanukovich told me he could not bring himself to use force against his own citizens." 1/2
    Retweeted 31 times
    RT @RT_com 4h

    Question to #Putin from Ukrainian police officer (Berkut): was Yanukovich always such a slacker & traitor? pic.twitter.com/OyUmrmhjH2

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  2. Hey Penny. Thanks for the information. I am always glad to have accurate news about vaccines to have in my pocket when questioned by the medicos about our non-adherence to the vaccination schedule. Did you know that there is a smear name for people like us now - anti-vaxxers, following the tried and true tactics of discrediting and marginalising. Here is a good sample: "The spectrum of anti-vaccinationists ranges from people who are simply ignorant about science...to a radical fringe element who use deliberate mistruths, intimidation, falsified data & threats of violence in efforts to prevent the use of vaccines & to silence critics”. Studies have found anti-vaccination campaigners tend to have traits of denialism, conspiratorial thinking, reasoning flaws, preference for anecdote over data and low cognitive complexity in thinking patterns." http://www.pinterest.com/pin/437482551275833761/

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    1. Studies have found anti-vaccination campaigners tend to have traits of denialism, conspiratorial thinking, reasoning flaws,...

      I have information that say's otherwise
      Something I want to post but haven't gotten around to and have to find makes the case that it is and has always been higher income, higher educated people that eschew vaccines
      check back and I will put it up as soon as I find it
      btw glad to see you still poking around :)

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  3. I am glad to have a place to come to where I know I can get real news about where we are heading. Read that piece on Putin at WinterPatriot and had a lot of questions answered. Life has become increasingly challenging, personally, but I hope to have time to post something?

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    1. hope you do motherb
      I stopped by briefly at your place to see if you have put anything new up-
      and did you try that dandelion salad yet?
      I had a couple of them already this year.... Yum
      with tomato and onion

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  4. Spring has barely sprung here. The temperatures have been very low, and we only just saw our first dandelion flowers a few days ago. They are predicting a 30% die-off of bees because of the lack of food for them. I was going to complain about geo-engineering being the cause until I watched the excellent video at Northern Truthseeker on the global cooling trend. We have had dandelion in our smoothies but not salad yet!
    There is so much going on in our world it is hard to keep up with reading about it never mind blogging, plus just living life as well. I admire your energy and committment!

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