Student Discrimination When It Comes To Immunisation

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

AT A GLANCE Unvaccinated students discriminated against following a confirmed case of measles in a vaccinated primary school student. New Zealand schools keep a register of which students have been vaccinated, and rely on these records when handling possible outbreaks. The Immunisation Awareness Society calls for better protocols and deeper understanding of measles, risk and […]

Children vaccinated with MMR can spread the disease

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

“The MMR vaccine viruses are not infectious” is an incorrect statement.  According to the Medical Director of Merck who manufactures the MMR vaccine:  “The attenuated viruses in MMR can occasionally and to a limited extent be shed from a vaccinated individual into the environment. You would expect this of any virus or bacterium that infected […]

MMR safety tests flawed and invalid

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

Sunday Herald, UK, 14 October 2001 By Sarah-Kate Templeton Health Editor A new study into children who were allegedly damaged by the MMR vaccine claims safety tests for the triple jab were massively inadequate. The study shows that children who developed autism after receiving the MMR vaccine did so on average two and a half […]

MMR vaccine should not have been licensed

Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

The Sunday Herald, UK, December 10 2000 EXCLUSIVE, By Sarah-Kate Templeton, Health Editor The controversial vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) should never have been licensed, according to a shocking new report to be published next month. Senior clinicians, including a former medicines regulator at the department of health, argue that the MMR should […]

What Is Measles

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

What is measles. Should you be worried about an outbreak? The answers may surprise you.