Mumps booster & new Shingles vaccine guidance (?) from the CDC
Article preface by TLB Staff
It’s a Merry-go-round of Health Fraud powered by Big Pharma and supported by Government Regulators, MS Media and most of the Health Care Industry. And being it is not likely to change, because of an interchangeable job description, we can count on dealing with a “medical mafia” for the duration with Godfather “Don Gates” trying to “make us a vaccine offer we can’t refuse.”
Where else do you find an industry that produces a bad product and cannot be held accountable for damages in a court of law, be able to “tweak” that product and demand you use it again… all of the time not knowing if it will work or not.
Adding insult to injury
At the top of this “Sunday of Deception” (no cherry) is the ability of Pharma to produce a vaccine without vetted research and bring it to market so the consumer can be the “lab rat.”
To further grease the skids, enter MS Media to play it’s PR part…
Effectively admits MMR vaccine doesn’t work properly, advises adults to take another MMR during Mumps outbreaks, as immunity from the MMR vaccine wanes
Source: NBC News…
In 2017, more than 5,600 people got mumps, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. The year before, in 2016, 6,366 cases were reported.
Studies have shown that vaccinating people during a mumps outbreak can help control it. Immunity from the MMR vaccine can wane over time in some people, and the booster dose brings it back up.
That’s why ACIP says people at high risk of catching mumps during an outbreak should get a booster dose, even if they’ve already been vaccinated twice.
And the official recommendation for the new shingles vaccine is in the Annals, also. The older vaccine, called Zostavax, is a “live” vaccine. It uses a weakened version of the virus that causes both shingles and chickenpox. The new vaccine doesn’t use the live virus,but a genetically engineered piece of the virus. It cannot cause “shedding” of virus and can be used in some people with weakened immune systems.
“Two doses of Shingrix is more than 90 percent effective at preventing shingles and post-herpetic neuralgia (the pain that follows an outbreak of shingles),” the CDC advises.
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[You’ve just had a dose of MS Media B.S. that was manufactured by Big Pharma. Feeling better yet? ~TLB ed.]
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