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Current Harvard Mumps Outbreak Occurs in 99 Percent Vaccinated

Published on April 29, 2016 by   ·   No Comments

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Catherine J Frompovich

Who says vaccines are effective? Oh, that’s Big Pharma’s and the U.S. CDC/FDA’s shtick, whereas in reality, things are grossly different.

According to Boston.com [1], over the last two months forty members of the student body have contracted mumps while

A month ago, the department determined that all infected students to that point had received a mumps vaccine prior to contracting the infection, and that 99 percent of undergraduate students at the college had met the state’s immunization requirements. [1]

What’s gone wrong? Why aren’t vaccines, the legally-untouchable ‘holy cows’ of allopathic medicine, doing what they’re supposed to and mandated for, i.e., producing ‘herd immunity’? It looks like Harvard has a sick herd on its hands!

Can it be that those vaccinees were vaccinated with an MMR vaccine that had its efficacy ratings for the mumps active fudged [fraud?] for ten long years, as per two Merck whistleblowers’ lawsuit in Federal Court in Philadelphia? [2,3]

Interestingly,

Harvard students aren’t alone — during the time of the school’s outbreak, Massachusetts had already confirmed 12 cases of mumps across the statethis year, including UMass Boston two confirmed cases in March at UMass Boston and one case in February at Bentley University in Waltham. [1]

There’s nothing more to prove a point than “the more the merrier,” particularly when those who received their state-required school vaccinations now suffer in disbelief that vaccines really are not effective.

The real shocker eventually comes, though, when other vaccine-preventable diseases start making the rounds of day care centers, kindergartens, grade schools, high schools, colleges, and universities. All those baby shots and boosters students received during childhood [4,] apparently have hobbled their immune systems. God only knows how they will be able to cope and handle what once were considered “childhood communicable diseases.”

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