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Mumps outbreaks reported among vaccinated children ... Is the vaccine causing the outbreaks?

(Natural News) Mumps outbreaks have been on the rise, but not among those who are unvaccinated. In what appears to be a rather ironic twist, it seems that the majority of people affected by the disease are those who have received inoculations to “protect” them from mumps. In 2016, more than 5,000 cases of mumps...
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Mumps, a viral infection affecting the parotid glands, was once a common childhood illness. After the introduction of the mumps vaccine, there was a significant decrease in reported cases. A resurgence in the number of outbreaks has been noted in the past 10 years. Individuals developing mumps are not limited to those who have not received the mumps vaccine, but include adolescents and young adults who have received 1 or 2 doses of mumps vaccine. Providers must be up to date on clinical presentation, other possible illnesses, proper diagnosis, treatment, and signs of developing complications to effectively treat individuals with mumps.
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The CDC now recommends a third dose of a mumps virus-containing vaccine for people who've previously received two doses but are at increased risk...
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Abstract A substantial increase in the number of mumps outbreaks and outbreak-associated cases has occurred in the United States since late 2015 (1,2). To address this public health problem, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) reviewed the available evidence and determined that a third dose of measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine is safe and effective at preventing mumps. During its October 2017 meeting, ACIP recommended a third dose of a mumps virus-containing vaccine* for persons previously vaccinated with 2 doses who are identified by public health authorities as being part of a group or po...
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With the number of cases at a 10-year high, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends an additional dose of a mumps-virus-containing vaccine for people at high risk in an outbreak.Medscape Medical News
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During its October 2017 meeting, ACIP recommended a third dose of a mumps virus-containing vaccine for persons previously vaccinated with 2 doses who are identified by public health authorities as being part of a group or population at increased risk for acquiring mumps because of an outbreak.
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By Emma Young Last year, so few people contracted measles in England and Wales that the disease was declared technically “eliminated”. The national MMR (measles mumps rubella) vaccination programme is to thank. But set against this welcome news were some imperfect stats: in England in 2016/17, only 87.6 per cent of children had received both the required doses of the vaccine by their fifth birthday – a drop compared with the previous two years. At least part of the reason was a reluctance among some parents to have their children vaccinated. This is a problem that affects other countries, and other vaccin...
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Publication date: Available online 20 November 2017 Source:Social Science & Medicine Author(s): Terra Manca In recent years, the Canadian province of Alberta experienced outbreaks of measles, mumps, pertussis, and influenza. Even so, the dominant cultural narrative maintains that vaccines are safe, effective, and necessary to maintain population health. Many vaccine supporters have expressed anxieties that stories that contradict this narrative have lowered herd immunity levels because they frighten the public into avoiding vaccination. As such, vaccine policies often emphasize educating parents and the public about t...
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