Vaccination failure: Mumps outbreaks are on the rise among the vaccinated
(NaturalHealth365) The mumps vaccine is well known for being part of the early childhood vaccination schedule in the United States and across the world. However, reports of cases of the mumps have been on the rise in recent years – even among those who have received a vaccination.
Officials from the mumps team of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that over 6,000 mumps cases have been confirmed in the U.S. in the past year – the highest levels in 10 years. Back in 2010, just a few hundred cases of the mumps were reported.
Mumps can lead to fertility issues, deafness and inflammation in the brain
Many of the mumps cases have occurred in large outbreaks rather than isolated incidents. Some of the largest outbreaks have been in the states of Arkansas and Iowa. Most of those who fall ill with the mumps are between the ages of 18 and 22 – and most of them had received the requisite two-shot mumps vaccination in early childhood.
The mumps virus is characterized by fatigue and fever. It also causes the salivary glands just under the ears (the parotid glands) to swell up. It is transmitted through the saliva and can be spread through contact as well as sneezing and coughing. In addition, it tends to occur where people gather in close proximity such as cultural events, college dorms or sports team locker rooms.
If you want to have children (you should know), contracting mumps has been linked with fertility issues down the road for men. In rare cases, it can also cause swelling of the ovaries in women and deafness or inflammation of the brain for both men and women.
The MMR vaccination is linked to scientific FRAUD
The mumps vaccine was developed by Dr. Maurice Hilleman and licensed in 1967. It is administered in combination with the rubella and measles vaccinations in two shots at ages 1 and 4. However, immunity is known to wane over time and/or when immunized individuals come into close contact with others who have the mumps.
Resulting in over 450 cases, you may find this shocking but, the state of Iowa dealt with the mumps outbreak at the University of Iowa in 2015 and 2016 by offering a third shot of the mumps virus. State health officials reported this third dose as ‘effective.’ But, one has to wonder what they deem “effective.”
Note: There is no doubt, scientific fraud has been committed, as it relates to the MMR vaccine. Check out this ‘uncensored report’ about how the CDC manipulated data to deceive the public.
Vitamin C is a potent defense against mumps and other viruses
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Whether you’ve had a mumps vaccination or not, the best defense against any virus or infection is a strong, healthy immune system. A healthy diet along with taking a vitamin C supplement year-round can be a potent strategy to help avoid getting sick.
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