Why so many college students are coming down with the mumps

Preface by TLB Staff Writer: Christopher Wyatt

Back in 2010 Stephen A. Krahling and Joan A. Wlochowski alleged that Merck had faked their test results for the mumps portion of the MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella vaccine). In the years since these allegations the CDC has defended the mumps portion of the MMR as being effective and started a with hunt blaming the unvaccinated for outbreaks of mumps on college and university campuses.

Once it became apparent that these outbreaks of mumps were happening in the vaccinated they have shifted their stance to blaming waning immunity.

Earlier this year the CDC adopted recommendations of a third MMR during outbreak situations. This sounds reasonable until you learn that the third does of the MMR offers short term protection and offers little to no protection in the long term.

Steven A. Rubin, Ph.D., a chief advisor for the FDA and the CDC did a study of what would happen with a third dose of the MMR vaccine. In their study they found that participants responded with a sharp increase in antibodies within the first month after vaccination, but levels went down to nearly pre-dose levels within one year.

So what does this mean? It means that the CDC is being far from truthful when they target college students for a third dose of the MMR during mumps outbreaks.

It also makes the following article pushing for a mandated dose of the MMR at age 18 as well as ten year booster shots all the more curious as well as ludicrous.

In the fall semester of 2017 Syracuse University was hit by a mumps outbreak. People were in a panic over a mild but less than common childhood illness. Depending on who you talked to this outbreak was either exaggerated or it is still ongoing in the current spring semester.

If you look at Syracuse University’s own data they admit that all of the cases were in the vaccinated. This leads to a whole slew of unanswered questions from Syracuse University such as why did they ban all unvaccinated students from campus after only two cases of mumps.

Also, why did the university push for those impacted by the mumps outbreak to stay quiet and not talk to anyone about the outbreak?

The Syracuse University outbreak of mumps has been cited as one of the reasons for a push for a third MMR dose, but that makes no sense once you realize that outbreaks of mumps have been happening for over a decade and few colleges or universities put in place such strict outbreak precautions.

Could it be that Syracuse University students were unknowingly part of a social experiment on compliance during outbreak situations? If so this would mean that the university was probably aware that recommendations for a 3rd  MMR booster was in the works.

It makes no sense that those impacted by the outbreak were ask to keep quiet, nor does it make any sense how the outbreak just magically vanished and there are now cases of strep throat on campus which just so happens to share similar symptoms such as swollen glands and a sore throat with those of the mumps. Seems suspicious to me…

As an independent filmmaker, blogger, and writer for The Liberty Beacon I am looking to speak with any student who has been impacted by the mumps outbreak at Syracuse University. This includes students who felt pressured into taking a third dose of the MMR and those who were removed from campus for not being vaccinated.

I urge everyone to take a look at what is going on with the Merck lawsuit, the CDC, and the FDA. Do your research and talk to those who have had adverse reactions to vaccines as well as people who have had the childhood illnesses. In doing so, you might find that things are not as they seem.

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Why so many college students are coming down with the mumps?


Mumps, as soon as a ubiquitous childhood illness, was practically eradicated in the United States after a vaccine got here out in 1967. (It was folded into the three-part measles, mumps, rubella [MMR] vaccine in 1971.) However the illness is making a comeback, this time in younger adults; there have been lots of of outbreaks throughout U.S. college campuses since the early 2000s. Now, a brand new research reveals why: Safety from the mumps vaccine fades over time. A booster shot round age 18 might remedy the downside, the researchers say.

Unfold by means of coughing, sneezing, or kissing, mumps causes an uncomfortable swelling of the salivary glands, resulting in a swollen neck, fever, and complications in younger kids; in adults, the virus could cause painfully swollen testicles, meningitis, and even everlasting listening to loss.

When a mumps outbreak hit Harvard College in 2016, epidemiologist Joseph Lewnard and immunologist Yonatan Grad, each at the Harvard T. H. Chan College of Public Well being in Boston, needed to know why. They noticed two potentialities: Both as we speak’s mumps strains have developed to elude the immune response triggered by the vaccine, or safety from the vaccine merely wanes over time.

The pair compiled information from six earlier research of the vaccine’s effectiveness carried out in the United States and Europe between 1967 and 2008. (None of the research is a part of a present fraudulent claims lawsuit in opposition to U.S. vaccinemaker Merck.) Primarily based on these information, they estimated that immunity to mumps lasts about 16 to 50 years, or about 27 years on common. Meaning as a lot as 25% of a vaccinated inhabitants can lose immunity inside eight years, and half can lose it inside 19 years, researchers report as we speak in Science Translational Drugs.

The crew then constructed mathematical fashions utilizing the similar information to evaluate how declining immunity would possibly have an effect on the susceptibility of the U.S. inhabitants. After they ran the fashions, their findings lined up with actuality. As an illustration, the mannequin predicted that 10- to 19-year-olds who had obtained a single dose of the mumps vaccine at 12 months have been extra inclined to an infection; certainly, outbreaks in these age teams occurred in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In 1989, the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention added a second dose of the vaccine at age four to six years. Outbreaks then shifted to the college age group.

Lewnard and Grad didn’t discover proof that the vaccine is any much less efficient as we speak than it was a half a century in the past. If that have been the case, they’d have anticipated to see outbreaks in youthful folks, which aren’t taking place.

The researchers say future mumps outbreaks may very well be prevented by giving all 18-year-olds a 3rd dose; they advocate scientific trials to check whether or not that method works. Already, the U.S. Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices has really helpful that folks uncovered to outbreaks get a booster shot. “You’ll be able to see that once we give these vaccines throughout outbreaks, the outbreaks cease,” says Laura Pomeroy, a illness ecologist at The Ohio State College in Columbus who was not concerned in the research. The technique has additionally labored nicely for the navy, which has not seen mumps outbreaks because it started giving all new recruits an MMR dose in 1991.

Stanley Plotkin, a veteran vaccine knowledgeable with VaxConsult in West Chester, Pennsylvania, is just not completely satisfied that virus evolution doesn’t additionally play a job. Some research counsel that the vaccine triggers a much less potent response in opposition to as we speak’s mumps viruses than these of 50 years in the past, he says; which will play a job in the resurgence, along with waning immunity. “From my standpoint, each elements are essential,” Plotkin says.

However he helps the thought of a 3rd dose for college students. “One thing must be completed,” he says. “The only factor, the factor we will do as we speak, is to suggest a 3rd dose of MMR on entry to college schools, which might assist to stop outbreaks from occurring.”


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