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Public health authorities predictably spin incident to push for more inoculations

Woman Who Died of Measles Was Vaccinated


Last week, the corporate media scrambled to spin the story of the first US measles patient who died in 12 years, despite her being vaccinated against the very disease which killed her.

The Associated Press reported the Washington State woman, whose name and age was not released, was believed to have contracted the disease while at the hospital in poor health.

“Officials didn’t say whether the woman was vaccinated, but they did note she had a compromised immune system,” the AP reported at the time. “They withheld her age to protect her identity but said she was not elderly.”

In a follow up article the next day, it emerged the woman had in fact been vaccinated against measles, “but because she had other health problems and was taking medications that interfered with her response to an infection ‘she was not protected,’” a doctor told the AP.

The death is reported to be the first case attributed to measles since 2003.

Despite the vaccine doing nothing to help the poor woman who died, public health authorities predictably exploited the incident to push for more inoculations.

“This tragic situation illustrates the importance of immunizing as many people as possible to provide a high level of community protection against measles,” Washington State Department of Health spokesman Donn Moyer said. “’People with compromised immune systems cannot be vaccinated against measles. Even when vaccinated, they may not have a good immune response when exposed to disease; they may be especially vulnerable to disease outbreaks.”

So basically, vaccines may or may not work if you get sick.

Establishment health officials also invariably neglect to mention the chemical soup in vaccines can produce serious adverse reactions, which can be so severe as to include death.

“…[A]s of December 14, 2014 there have been 6,962 serious adverse events reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) in connection with measles vaccine since 1990, with over half of those occurring in children three years old and under,” reports the National Vaccine Information Center. “Of these events 329 were deaths, with over half of the deaths occurring in children under three years of age.”

Moreover, the sheer controversy regarding the M-M-R (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine should give the public cause for concern.

The toxicity of various heavy metals in M-M-R and other vaccines has been blamed by foremost health experts for the recent sharp increase in childhood autism rates.

Aside from that, a host of research studies show a causal effect between vaccines and autism, proving the shots may be more detrimental than beneficial to public health.


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