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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:43 min | Last month

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Listening to your comments about the barriers by researchers that you might or might not need and I know I was cured of my hepatitis C by giving a medicine that interfered with an enzyme that the virus needed to replicate And that might be true of all viruses I'm not sure but I would like to know from your gas are there viruses that you need or not Are there viruses that what I'm sorry No you actually need certainly bacteria that we need I'm not sure if there are viruses that we need Are there To your knowledge There are good viruses and bad viruses just like good bacteria and bad bacteria And I think you're just your collar is really pointing something out getting back to that universal vaccine They were talking about the hepatitis C and the way that they went through treatment was by inhibiting what they would call the enzyme or an enzyme that's where I'm just curious Jim about your article I'm going to have to look that one up Yeah Again I'm not sure I have the original article still around Anyway Steve in Atlanta calls in hello Steve Thanks for taking my call I really appreciate it And I love you Thank you I love you You got to know I love you Thank you Your guest and you have kind of let me down tonight because neither one of you know Robert Malone And that's kind of disappointing Robert Well four of us all is to who he is Why he's apparently a disagreement with a huge percentage of his colleagues No Robert Malone is the guy who invented the mRNA vaccine He's not he's not in a disagreement with a huge percentage of his colleagues That's something you've been fed and I guess this way So do you know Joe Rogan is Well whatever Yeah I know who Joe Rogan is and he's certainly not a doctor So let's get back to this first guy before we play 20 questions with how many people I know First of all he invented the vaccine but he now says that what they don't work or what is his big deal Well I mean so with regard to yes they kill more people than they help Yes correct Where is the evidence that these vaccines have killed more people than they've helped Okay I'll tell you I'll tell you the evidence Here's a little bit of evidence for you You know that the United Kingdom doesn't run any private healthcare It's all public right So public health system a public just published a report just like three weeks ago I guess neither one of you heard about that one either Well what about it Aside from insulting us what is it that this showed What are you telling me that more people died from the vaccine in Britain than were saved by it Is that what you're saying Yeah let me tell you what the study well then do it Okay Do we need ages of zero Birth and it was I think they cut it off at 28 They took a sample of everyone who died Everyone who died in that country in the last two years And of the people who died Of COVID or just who died No no no died period died Just period died Of the people who died you were 57 times more likely to have been vaccinated 57 times more likely to be vaccinated Really Yeah you're right I didn't see that I'll defer to our guest I did not do that article either but vaccinated with what because you got to remember that people get vaccinated for many reasons And the percentage of individuals who are getting vaccinated for whether it's measles mumps rubella polio or apparently since we've been vaccinating people for 200 years apparently we're all dead Vaccinations have saved hundreds of millions of lives around the world In fact probably more than that So the notion that the old vaccines are evil is just well not correct.

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The Argument All Parents Can Use When Questioned About Vaccinating Their Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 4 months ago

The Argument All Parents Can Use When Questioned About Vaccinating Their Children

"Again, it's unity project online dot com. If you're a mom, you're a dad, you're a parent and you're concerned and you're like, what can I do about these vaccine mandates? Well, they have resources right here from scientific papers to data analysis to ethical legal and social issues, they have a toolbox, which is really great. I'm just slipping the website right now. And all about supporting science, the conversation, quick links, online petition, to downloadable letter to schools to the parent non consent form to the downloadable flyer. A lot of stuff you guys put a lot of work into this. Congratulations on that. All right. Thank you. So you are the general counsel of this effort. So parents will say, all right, I'm all on board, but then I think I have my mind changed because the argument they always use is, well, you gave your kids the measles mumps rubella vaccine, didn't you? Which is rather an insult to anyone's intelligence. Every vaccine that's currently mandated, for instance, in the state of California. And it's the same kind of throughout the nation. Has had a minimum of a decade of study. Most of them have had at least 15 years before they were mandated. And those vaccines actually eradicated the underlying viruses, like polio, like measles, like mom's rubella, which we can not say about the COVID-19 vaccine, can we? We all know that it will not prevent infection or transmission. To even call it a vaccine by that virtue is nearly a joke. In addition to that, those underlying viruses with the other vaccines had actual significant risks for the entire population, especially the pediatric population, for instance, I think there was a 30% mortality rate with measles. 10% with chickenpox. I can go on. But what's very important is the fact that those other vaccines didn't pose the severe risk that we are finding are not in fact rare. That this particular vaccine is causing in children. We are not seeing the death that we saw. In fact, there's a report from who that shows that all of the vaccines combined throughout history throughout the world. Over the last I think it's from 1968, 53 years have had a million less deaths than just this past year from the COVID-19 vaccine. That should be astounding in a scientific world where if you have 50 deaths from any particular medical treatment, that product is

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

07:05 min | 4 months ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Including your own life at risk California is one of the highest vaccination rates in America but yet we're still seeing an increase because so many people 25% in California are refusing to get vaccinated So we're really trying to focus on ending this pandemic once and for all Welcome back in That is California governor Gavin Newsom Talking about the unvaccinated and we're talking about the CDC reportedly going back to a mask requirement indoors even for vaccinated people and also everyone Kindergarten through 12th grade needing to wear masks inside of schools And buck where I'm saying we're a month or two months ahead of the media is this the vaccine is not a cure all This is not a vaccine for measles mumps rubella for polio for smallpox where as soon as people are vaccinated those diseases can be eradicated That's the way that everybody is talking about this vaccine as if it's going to lead to COVID zero But the data doesn't reflect that that's true at all Best case scenario this would protect and limit the number of people who might die who are elderly akin in many ways to what a flu shot can do And so I think that there is I don't know whether it's a good debate I was having this discussion with my wife whether most people who are media and politicians are not actually looking at the data and they're just trotting out the if everybody's vaccine COVID would go away talking points which are not accurate or true Or whether this is symptomatic of a larger goal in mind I tend to think that people are just dumb and they don't look at the data What about you You have to add into this the it's just construct right It's just two weeks It's just for a while It's just a few months It's just a matter of just a man It's just too masks It's just avoiding a big crowd of people It's just not going out to eat You can still order in food It's just working All the way through and then finally it was it's just one vaccine or two shots of the vaccine but it's just just one time for the vaccine even that now they're breaking with this well we might need boosters and we're going to force you and this is you're going to get your point here where they're going to make life as miserable as possible for anybody who doesn't get the vaccine Do you think that they'll have any moment of sorrow or sadness or remorse when it comes out that natural immunity which I would place a bet that we're going to find the natural immunity is stronger Because remember we talked to doctor Rand Paul about this That's almost always the case There are some rare exceptions where the vaccine is better than naturally acquired immunity But this now is looking like it's a vaccine that fades It's a vaccine that you're going to need boosters for Fauci's already said that And it's just this incrementalism from you know the lockdowns they never learn If there was good data about masks preventing the spread of this stuff it would be everywhere on the Internet If the charts that showed mass mandated counties and states versus those without it were the inverse of what they are there would be a CNN link on the front page There'd be a New York Times ticker every day with look at how great the masks were all you anti mask idiots Instead our side of it was right they'll never admit it and so what do they do They go right back to I mean they're going right back to the same stuff they were saying in the beginning And what do we do about this is the question you keep raising and clay I think it's people need to start having acts of private rebellion Here's what I'm doing I'll tell you guys what I am doing So I flew I've flown each of the last two weeks I'm flying again this weekend When I am in an airport I am pulling my mask so it's not covering my face I am walking through the terminal I am I'll get a bottle of water or whatever and sip from that occasionally I'll go to eat in a restaurant I'll grab a beer and I am only going to pull my mask up If someone requests that I pull my mask up who is working at whatever facility that I am at where there is a mask requirement Now I'm not advocating that you throw a fit the buck you saw people get kicked off your flight before I don't want you to hold up airplanes I'm not advocating that at all But what I am saying is if you are in a venue there's no harm in requiring someone to tell you to pull your mask up that is actually employed to do that Because what I've seen is even employees are dead tired of this and at least where I live in Nashville and also even in Los Angeles there are a lot of people with their masks down who were I think exercising a form of civil disobedience I even saw our buddy Dave Rubin put up a guy was wearing a mask that said this mask doesn't work which I think is actually pretty funny on an airplane flight to call attention to the absurdity of these uniform masculine Can we just dig into that for one second too Because in the last couple of weeks we've been told that incidental or fleeting very brief contact is enough to spread the delta variant So you start to process this You start to think about this and you say so this virus can be so aerosolized so quickly now that even if you have a brief period of interaction with somebody and not close and continuing contact you can pick up this virus which means you're just in the air You're just breathing it This cloth mask that you have is not some perfect filtration system that's it doesn't even make sense with their suggesting And then for the kids in schools no one really thinks the kids are going to wear their mass perfectly all day long They're going to be pulling them all and pulling them off you know they're going to they're going to forget their mask There's going to be little mass trash everywhere all over the school Kids are going to be leaving their mask all over the place If it worked it would have worked This is the part of it that people just don't want to believe If they were right we would have seen it We ran the experiment just like in the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918 There were pro maskers and anti maskers And guess what All the masking up and all the places did absolutely nothing And if you go back and read the historians of that era now they won't admit it but if you read what they were writing years ago it's like yeah the mass didn't stop Spanish flu at all It didn't make a difference but we're going to keep clinging to this literally clinging to it because.

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8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 7 months ago

8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

"8 things that children are more likely to die from than COVID. Cancer significantly. Almost 20 times more likely vehicle accident suicide homicide. Cardiovascular disease drowning flu and pneumonia. We live in a world with numerous threats. It's part of existence. And there's also a false promise in safetyism, too. There's a false promise and you see this in the people that are vaccinated, which has always been one of my complaints about the way that they've been pushing the vaccine is it gives people a false sense of security. And no one wants to talk about this. The false sense of security of someone who gets vaccinated, and then they believe they can resume regular life, and then all of a sudden they have a breakthrough case, and they don't know what to do. They thought they had the protection. They thought they had the same sort of protection that they would get from the measles mumps rubella or polio vaccine. And all of a sudden they get a breakthrough case and they get caught by surprise. Maybe they would have made different social decisions. Maybe they wouldn't have gone to big gatherings. Maybe they would have handled things differently. Maybe they would have prepared themselves with azithromycin Ivermectin hydroxyl chloroquine, monoclonal antibody treatment centers or aspirin. Instead, there is a false sense of security that comes in with the overemphasis of we as the government we as the CDC we as NA 8 NIH we as the medical industrial elite, we're going to protect you. And what it does is it erodes what it does is it diminishes its suppresses humans own responsibility to take ownership of their actions. It's a false sense of security. When in reality, our leader should have said, look, if you want to get this vaccine fine, we're going to be very honest about what it can do what it can't do. But also, if you get it, you better be ready to treat it. We're now 70% of all deaths in the United Kingdom are vaccinated people. Why? They had a false sense of

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Think that vaccines maybe they shouldn't play a part maybe they should play a small part but I I don't think these questions have been answered and and I think that the evidence that deadly five enabled on cover is that these things are extremely dangerous we got a first time caller Eric in Topeka Kansas welcome to the program hi Eric go ahead thanks guys sure long time listener thank you my question is okay so what happens when you create the entire generation that doesn't have an immune to measles mumps rubella art museum most of the rebel of angles people that get it or at least a majority of them and also well this it will pop up they call those and and you have to verify everything hello well like what my question really is what is more favorable needed I'm sure well or also wonders that are in favor no it's not fatal but go head count so so eight I I want to challenge a little bit on that autism is fatal in many cases into it for kids who have seizures they dye their seizures you know my daughter has has quote died twice and had to be revived then you have these kids with autism who wandered away from their families and since they don't have the capacity to understand what's going on though wander out into traffic they often go into lakes and rivers and rounder that they died exposure I you know in the next couple weeks you're gonna be here in a couple cases I'm sure because it seems to always happen of kids who wander away from their caretakers they're exhausted caretakers and are found dead later measles has not had a single fatality I think in twenty years in the United States so you know that there are some risks if you get measles I think the risk is one in ten thousand of serious complications I understand that but you know always have a certain risk to them walking down the street has a certain recipe when we try to find those out and minimize.

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A gene mutation cold she six seven seventeen which thirty to forty percent of the people have it and you can't feel chilled Cochran's like mercury and from all the high as this argument can use against getting vaccinations we'll keep the answer off the air that's a that's a really good question that is one of the sub sub set of genes inside of what is called MTHS far with this method which is not so tetra hydro for the full eight reductase which is a whole big mouthful it's a type of gene that is very important for detoxification of a variety of things if the methylation jeans so when the genus function in acting appropriately in doing what it's supposed to do it binds metal groups which of chunks of carbon atoms to toxins and get them out of your system and out of your body well and she's right of there are four different MTHS hard jeans and about thirty percent of the population have an abnormally functioning detoxification gene in the family of genes called MTHS are I know in California that there were several physicians who are doing genetic testing on children and finding them to be susceptible to mercury and aluminum and various other of the ingredients and vaccines and we're basing their medical exemptions on that but the government has decided that the public health department and the government has decided that genetically genetic susceptibility to increase risk of vaccine toxicity of vaccine side effects doesn't matter we are not going to allow medical exemptions based on you having faulty genes Jennifer in Pennsylvania now Hey Jeff go ahead yes thanks for the program of the program of the show thank you Sharon. university and bought from Pennsylvania so far the total count is five people I'm sure they're still testing that think out of the month and my question is and they said that some of the people had already been previously vaccinated my question is five or six throughout the whole college is that a high number and my second question is okay wait wait wait your second question with the answer that so the first of all let you if the all of the retrospective analysis better done on outbreaks of measles mumps rubella and chickenpox not rubella measles mumps chicken pox protest this always show almost always show that day the population that contracted the infection that had had one or two or even three MMR vaccines and still got mumps measles anyways or had had five doses of protests of sex scenes and adolescent boosters and still contracted for taxes as an infection eighty seven percent of the time or more in the studies that are done by the CDC and are reported through the throughout through CDC data so it happens all the time that people are fully vaccinated it had multiple doses of these vaccines and still contract the infection goes to what I said earlier about you get you inject this foreign matter you get an antibody the antibody may not be high enough we don't really know how high it needs to be but you can have the antibody and contract the infection anyways so to your question about our five students some something to be hysterical over not in my opinion and it's months it's an infection of yourself unless you have ten students in the in the class. it's not it's not a big deal to your second question would be. yes if I had someone that was only partially immune tonight a younger person because I live so close and because there's so many students walking past my house every day is there needs to be concerned about him and what precautions what I take. well first of all I just explain the fact that vaccination does not induce immunity. in a vaccination in immunization are not sending them vaccination means you inject foreign body foreign matter to develop an antibody you can add the antibody get sick anyways the most important thing that you can do is to have adequate vitamin D. levels and I suggest everyone get your vitamin D. level tested either through your doctor your doctor's office or you can go online there's and numb any number of of of the direct to consumer lab tests sellers we use direct lab there's any lab tests now I mean there's various ones that you can go online and order your own tasks so that you don't even have to get it from your doctor if you get a vitamin D. tests done by your physician and they call you with the results to be sure to ask what the number is the range on that test is between thirty and one hundred and if they tell you that it's normal but your actual level is thirty one it's not high enough to be protective or to be therapeutic vitamin a it has long been known to be protective or to mitigate the severity of a measles infection item in a somewhere between five and ten thousand I use per day it comes and tells it comes in drops it's readily available online or at your local health food store which I always incur at courage everyone to to buy local and support your local retailers vitamin C. you know a ten milligrams per pound per day in Linus Pauling you know got Nobel prizes and got the Nobel Prize back in the forties well we're talking about the importance of vitamin C. vitamin C. to boost your immune system and by the way he's he's not bad either sink. I think you're absolutely right George and see to to make your macro father's your white blood cells work more effectively we have you know George when we have these conversations at such a cognitive dissonance for people to get their head around the fact that being vaccinated is not like putting on a a coat of armor that you're not going to get sick in fact if anything they've actually shown that in studies that it lowers your immune system there's some recent research has come out of Africa by a researcher whose last name is I'll be a a B. Y. you can find that in the tenth any research library you can find it online other places and doctor Abby and his research team said you know the only thing that we have ever looked at is whether or not these vaccines prevent infection we don't we haven't really looked at what are the long term Kerr so in Africa they looked at a large population of children who had a DPT vaccine superior tetanus for classes and what they found sadly was that yes this vaccine seem to decrease the incidence of protests isn't that miss but that these children had a five times increased risk of dying of other infections five times increase risk and particularly in girls in the vaccinated populations verses the unvaccinated population and it's one of the biggest most important studies that are now being ignored by the entire industry because it doesn't fit into the paradigm or what the propaganda machine wants you to hear is that these children who were vaccinated had an increased risk of dying now that's an African population where they have poor nutrition and they probably don't have access to vitamin a and and and and different things like that but we need to start looking at more more research is saying what are the consequences of these vaccines what are we causing in terms of long term chronic disease well which. to prevent a short term infection absolutely sherry thanks again for being on the program and of very quickly in ten seconds tell us about the course on just go to courses for mastery dot com courses the number for master dot com is everything there about the course of the library Baxter everything that we're doing you can find all that information and all by the way George when I mentioned that free ebook about the importance of fever of already had dozens of people send me emails that courses for mastery edgy mail.

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Gov. Inslee signs vaccine bill in Vancouver

Mark Mason

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Gov. Inslee signs vaccine bill in Vancouver

"Bill limiting vaccine exemptions for measles vaccines is now law in Washington state governor Jay Inslee signing the Bill this morning in Vancouver. The epicenter of the huge statewide measles outbreak earlier this year, we are leading against measles and the state of Washington, and I'm thrilled to sign this Bill house Bill sixteen Darren Washington state will no longer be able to claim a personal or philosophical exemption to keep their children from receiving. They combine measles mumps rubella vaccine before attending a daycare center school. Inslee says this will not only help combat a dangerous disease, but dangerous misinformation on the internet about vaccines. Washington had seventy confirmed cases of measles this year. Ordering lawmakers are considering. Similar

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Measles, CDC And Michigan discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal

This Weekend with Gordon Deal

04:08 min | 3 years ago

Measles, CDC And Michigan discussed on This Weekend with Gordon Deal

"Outbreak situation? Someone who was born between nineteen fifty seven nineteen eighty nine. The CDC had these recommendations for one measles mumps rubella with called the vaccine. So if you were born in that range odds are that the doctor would have told your parents, you need one vaccine and you'll be protected, but in about my eighty nine the CDC change recommendations and said people need to vaccines to be fully and adequately protected from measles. Especially in an outbreak situation or a situation where they might be traveling nationally if they work in healthcare situation, or if they're in a, you know, educational institution or something like that where they're around a lot of people, and so that recommendation went through, but there are a lot of people who were born in that range who just might not have gotten that second back pain and ordinarily one vaccine is enough when you don't have an outbreak situation one vaccine will cover you it's, you know, more than ninety percent affective, but it outbreaks relation because me so. Contagious, you might need to. And so that's why doctors and health professionals in this area are saying, you know, we have an outbreak. Check your your record. Check your documents. If you don't have any documentation of measles vaccine, which a lot of people don't have, you know, I'm in my forties. And we don't have any documentation of my vaccines. They could just, you know, go get go get a shot or talk to your doctor about getting shot to make sure that that's the best thing for you to clarify. So so in nineteen eighty nine the CDC said you need you need the second one or you need the second one. If there's ever an outbreak. The CDC started routinely vaccinating children with two they started giving all children, you know, as as sort of like the recommendation, they'll say, okay, you'll get one between twelve and fifteen months old and another one between the ages of four and six so all children's started getting them right about that. And that offers the best protection. That's that is the best protection against meals to vaccines. But the problem is that there were. Quite a few people in that injury. Who never got that second dose and ordinarily that would not be a big deal. But in this situation, it is a big deal. So if you don't have documentation say, you're of, you know, forty plus like view in me can Guinea just call the doctor and say, hey, I just want to be sure can I get a shot. Yeah. Exactly. Call your doctor and have a conversation and say, here's here my concerns, and do you think that another vaccine would be a smart idea for me? And just make sure that that's the right thing to do. And the doctor can give you another vaccine or you can even go to the health department and get back in there. You can go some pharmacies. Also have them speak with Kristen Janus reporter at the Detroit Free Press part of the USA today network. She's written a piece entitled born between nineteen fifty seven and nineteen Eighty-nine. You may not be protected from the measles outbreak. Explain a little bit about what you're going through in in the state of Michigan where you are. Right. So here in Michigan. We've had we had a traveler come in. And that's the other thing to know is that measles with thought to be radically in the United States in two thousand. So we had vaccinated enough about population where we didn't have measles really affecting us all that heavily. It was usually brought in by someone from a country where they didn't do routine vaccinations across their entire population. And so that's what happened in the census at someone who was traveling. You know, came to the states, we believe that person or health officials believe that person picked up the the virus in New York City, which is also in the middle of outbreak. And then brought it here to Michigan, and then travelled around, you know, that south Oakland community in Michigan and spread it within the community without knowing that he was doing so, and, you know, had those sort of cold like coughing sneezing that sort of thing, and it wasn't until the rash broke out. And you know, there was this realism. Nation like, oh, no. And at that point the numbers just started to go up

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Carleen Johnson, Margaret Tweed And Senate discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Carleen Johnson, Margaret Tweed And Senate discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"A measure to remove the personal exemption for the combined measles, mumps rubella vaccine cleared the state Senate last night. Carleen Johnson has an update this vaccine debate has been one of the most contentious and emotionally charged issues of the session with hundreds of parents who oppose force vaccines, filling public hearings. Margaret tweed toll of a six year old Washington state boy who died after receiving. A series of axons, including the MR. He died thirty days after the vaccination in the hospital from encephalitis and meningitis to of the listed risks of the vaccine Republican Paul Harris, one of the only GOP members to support eliminating the personal exemption snows about me. It's not always about. I hope sometimes we think about those that can't attacks Nate it. Now, the house has already

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Measles outbreak: Born between '57-'89? You may need vaccination

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:28 min | 3 years ago

Measles outbreak: Born between '57-'89? You may need vaccination

"If you had measles as a child or were born prior to nineteen fifty seven and are considered immune by the CDC double-check. And that's especially true. If you've been to a known exposure site, there's a chance you're not as safe as you think you are more from Kristen shameless reporter at the Detroit Free Press. Kristen what's up here in an outbreak situation? Someone who was born between nineteen fifty seven and nineteen eighty nine. The CDC had these recommendations for one measles mumps rubella, which is called the magazine. So if you were born in that range odds are the doctor would have told your parents, you need one vaccine and you'll be protected, but in about nine hundred eighty nine the CDC recommendations and said people need to vaccines to be fully and adequately protected from me, those especially in an outbreak situation or in a situation where they might be traveling internationally, if they work in healthcare situation, or if they're in a, you know, educational institution or something like that where they're around a lot of people, and so that recommendation went through, but there are a lot of people who were born in that range who just might not have gotten that second vaccine and ordinarily one vaccine is enough when you don't have an outbreak situation one vaccine will cover you it's you know, more than ninety percent affective, but it outbreak situation because meals is so. You might need to. And so that's why doctors and health professionals in this area are saying, you know, we have an outbreak Jack, you're your record. Check your documents. If you don't have any documentation of a measles vaccine, which a lot of people don't have, you know, I'm in my forties. And we don't have any documentation of my vaccine, they just, you know, go get it. Go get a shot or talk to your doctor about getting a shot to make sure that that's the best thing to do. Clarify. So so in nineteen eighty nine the CDC said you need you need the second one or you need the second one. If there's ever an outbreak. CBC started routinely vaccinating children with two they started giving all children, you know, as a sort of like the recommendation, they'll say, okay, you'll get one between twelve and fifteen months old and another one between the ages of forty six. So all children's started getting them right about that. And that offers the best protection. That's that is the best protection against meals to vaccines. But the problem is that there were quite a few people in that age range who never got that second dose and ordinarily that would not be a big deal. But in this situation, it is a big deal. So if you don't have documentation say, you're of, you know, forty plus like you and me can you just call the doctor and say, hey, I just want to be sure can I get a shot. Yeah. Exactly. Call your doctor and have a conversation and say, here's my concerns. And do you think that another vaccine would be a smart idea for me? And just make sure that that's the right thing to do. And the doctor can give you another vaccine or you can even go to the health department and get a vaccine there. You can go some pharmacies. Also have them speak with Kristen shaimaa reporter at the Detroit Free Press part of the USA today network. She's written a piece entitled born between nineteen fifty seven and nineteen Eighty-nine. You may not be protected from the measles outbreak. Explain a little bit about what you're going through in in the state of Michigan where you are. Right. So here in Michigan. We've had we had a traveler come in. And and that's the other thing to know is that was thought to be radicalized in the United States on the two thousand. So we had vaccinated enough of our population where we didn't have measles really affecting us all that heavily. It was usually brought in by someone from a country where they didn't do routine vaccinations across their entire population. And so that's what happened in this instances at someone who was traveling. You know, came to states, we believe that person or health officials believe that person picked up the virus in New York City, which is also in the middle of an outbreak. And then brought it here to Michigan, and, you know, then travelled around, you know, that south Oakland community in Michigan and spread it within the community without knowing that he was doing so, and, you know, had those sort of cold lake symptoms coughing sneezing that sort of thing, and it wasn't until the rash broke out. And you know, there was this realization. Like, oh, no. And at that point the numbers just started to go up

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Measles outbreak: New York officials urge residents to get vaccinated

Larry Kudlow

01:07 min | 3 years ago

Measles outbreak: New York officials urge residents to get vaccinated

"You. I really am. Also in New York measles outbreak. You know, there's there's this big thing. I don't want my kid to get vaccines and not I want to get into the vaccination fight. It's very complex measles outbreak colon. They love their colons. This is ABC seven in New York City, New York City orders mandatory vaccines for parts of Brooklyn. It's like they got people going in and the space suits and grabbing children and holding them enforcing needles into their arms, and then things Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It's hipster hipster central Williamsburg. New York City mayor Bill de Blasio declared a public health emergency on Tuesday and the ongoing measles outbreak. Outbreak affecting the orthodox Jewish community. Is that really where it is right there and ordered mandatory vaccinations in several neighborhoods. The order applies. Anyone living working or going to school? I just wanted to stop living there for a second working or going to school in four zip codes in Williamsburg, are they all Jews and requires all non-vaccinated people who may have been exposed to receive the measles mumps rubella vaccine that the, you know, including all children over six

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"He's declared that public health emergency because of an outbreak of the measles under mandatory vaccinations. Members of the city's health department will check the vaccination records of any individual who may or may who may have been in contact with infected patients, those who have not received the vaccine or do not have evidence of immunity may be given a violation could be fined up to one thousand dollars. According to WCBS in New York. A throwing jump in measles cases over the past year or past week has New York has New York City in the health department. Taking a firm stand telling you Shiva's to close their doors to unvaccinated students or face closure and fines, the mayor told me. One on Monday. What we are seeing is very clear. Children cannot must not go to school. If they are not vaccinated. He went on to say that the school will be held responsible. If an unvaccinated child, attends classes there and reasserted the health department's threat of fines and closures says we have a clear and present danger says this is serious stuff. A one week surge in measles cases, has taken Americans in numbers not seen since measles was declared eliminated in two thousand apparently the anti vaccine movement is partly responsible for one hundred new cases just last week and four hundred sixty five cases so far this year, mostly in the what we call the from community in New York. Currently the number of measles cases in the Brooklyn orthodox community is up to two hundred and eighty five according to the health departments there's one that has the health department. They now have forty meals measles cases, measles can lead to pneumonia in delight as seriously adverse health outcomes. Here's a phrase. I never thought I would say build a Blasios out wrong about this Bill. The Blasios not wrong about this vaccinate your kids and schools that are gathering children should not. Allowing unvaccinated kids who can give 'em are can give measles. Mumps rubella other kids to not be allowing them in schools because there are plenty of kids who cannot get vaccinated because they are sick. They're pregnant women who can't come back to needed heard immunity is thing hurt him and all of the the anti vaccine as vaccination talk about links to autism is is poorly evidence to say the least coming up. We're gonna talk about a new democratic candidate jumping into the right shoe. Very exciting. How many Democrats aren't running like to get to that? In just a second. I your life is about to get better. You can watch all three.

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New York County's measles "ban" spurs vaccinations and protests

All Things Considered

02:53 min | 3 years ago

New York County's measles "ban" spurs vaccinations and protests

"An emergency. Order in Rockland county, that's prohibiting unvaccinated minors from visiting public places is meeting scattered resistance this morning about ten people opposed to vaccines protested at the Palisades center, a large shopping mall in west Nyack. They said they should have the right to choose whether to vaccinate their children or not. But WNYC's Gwen HOGAN reports the county's health department sees the issue differently outside of free vaccination clinic yesterday afternoon. Rockland county officials say they didn't want it to come to this. We've gotten to the point where people were not cooperating this county attorney Thomas humpback. He says people known to have had the measles went to public places. Sometimes it was hard for the department to investigate. We were getting no answers or refused answers. And at that point it impairs the county's ability to help the general public avoid this disease for the. Next thirty days kids, who don't have the measles mumps rubella vaccine won't be allowed in enclosed public spaces like malls or trains, that's in addition to an earlier band the county put in place in December that prevented unvaccinated kids from attending schools county officials say they're not going to be proactively enforcing this latest ban. But if health department officials determine after the fact that it contagious child spread the measles in a public place to others, then the parents could face fines or jail time. Here's the county's health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Schnabel Rupert what we really want is the awareness to be increased. So that people say, you know, what I'm gonna get my job vaccinated. I don't want them home from school, and I will abide by this. And if it's important enough to have a state of emergency declared them, there must be a good reason of the three dozen or so people who came for free vaccination some had babies just old enough to get their shots. Just relax some immigrants who hadn't been vaccinated in their home countries. Others were there for a booster like Rene Kahan an orthodox Jewish woman who says she was vaccinated as a kid, but was recently tested again in didn't have immunity as a responsible citizen. I came to what have to do. My daughter is a nurse. And she said to me. You better do this health officials say about twenty eight percent of kids in the county are not vaccinated extremely low for a virus like measles where experts recommend upwards of ninety percent. The measles outbreak here has mostly occurred. Within the orthodox Jewish community though. The county has applied its ban on unvaccinated kids in the entire area. A group of parents of unvaccinated kids at a private school are suing for their children to be able to return to class Paul is one of those parents he did not want to use his last name in order to protect his child's identity. The county has taken our children as hostages to force us to vaccine there have been one hundred and fifty five confirmed measles cases since last October. No one

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Public avoid disease for the next thirty days kids, who don't have the measles mumps rubella vaccine won't be allowed in enclosed public spaces, like malls or trains. That's in addition to an earlier Banda county put in place in December that prevented unvaccinated kids from attending schools county officials say they're not going to be proactively enforcing this latest ban. But if health department officials. Determine after the fact that it contagious child spread the measles in a public place to others. Then the parents could face fines or jail time. Here's the county's health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Schnabel Rupert what we really want is the awareness to be increased. So that people say, you know, what I'm gonna get my child vaccinated. I don't want them home from school, and I will abide by this. And if it's important enough to have a state of emergency declared. Then there must be a good reason of the three dozen or so people who came for free vaccination some had babies just old enough to get their shots. Just relax somewhere immigrants who hadn't been vaccinated in their home countries. Others were there for a booster like Rene Kahan an orthodox Jewish woman who says she was vaccinated as a kid, but was recently tested again and didn't have immunity as a responsible citizen. I can't do what I have to do my daughter's a nurse. And she said to me you better than this health officials say about twenty eight percent of kids in the county or not vaccinated extremely low for a virus like measles where experts recommend upwards of ninety percent. The measles outbreak here has mostly occurred within the orthodox Jewish community though. The county has applied its ban on unvaccinated kids in the entire area. A group of parents of unvaccinated kids at a private school are suing for their children to be able to return to class Paul is one of those parents he did not want to use his last name in order to protect his child's identity. The county has taken our children as hostages to force us to vaccinate. There have been a hundred and fifty five confirmed measles cases since. Last october. No one has died for NPR news. I'm Gwen HOGAN in new Hempstead..

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 Another Massive Study Finds Measles Vaccine Doesn't Cause Autism

Buzz Burbank News and Comment

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Another Massive Study Finds Measles Vaccine Doesn't Cause Autism

"The US is already in the grip of a measles outbreak with one hundred and fifty some cases seventy in Washington state, the heart of the anti vaccine movement. That's weakening the immunity of our heard the World Health Organization goals vaccine hesitancy, one of the world's top health concerns. The biggest study of its kind ever reports there is no connection between autism and the vaccine for measles. Mumps rubella the MR vaccine it says does not cause autism as claimed in false conspiracy theories across

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Estate. Then. It's an idea. President Trump has been pushing for awhile Espace force does that make sense anything. So and someday wants it to be a sixth branch of the military. He's put money in his proposed budget for it as part of the air force for now. Securing America, President Trump's idea of a space force is still very much in the works cases being made by defense officials that US assets in space are at risk of attack from America's enemies. What is vital is that we protect a nineteen trillion dollar economy and the systems are military runs on acting U S Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan? Speaking of the center for strategic and international. Studies says the orbital infrastructure of America's commerce indefens- might not stand a chance unless a dedicated force can protect them Eban Brown. Fox News has been increased worried lately about people not vaccinated amid some measles outbreaks around the country. Now, there's a mumps outbreak in Philadelphia. City. Health officials now say they believe seventy four people have contracted mumps at temple university of those fifteen cases are confirmed. Mom, says a viral infection that involves swollen glands students who may be infected should limit contact with others and seek medical care the centers for disease control and prevention says the measles mumps rubella vaccine is the best protection the mumps vaccine has been part of routine childhood shots for decades, but research, jazz, protection, fades ten or more years after the second dose. Tom reghati, Fox News. The head of the fed is signalling an end for now to interest rate hikes. The US economy is in a good place, and we will continue to use our monetary policy tools to help keep it there. Federal Reserve chair. Jay Powell also seemed to suggest the economy may be slowing a bit no rate hikes this year on Wall Street, the Dow dropped one hundred forty one points, the NASDAQ gained five in this morning, stock futures down modestly trading overseas mixed..

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's an idea. President Trump has been pushing for awhile Espace force does that make sense anything. So and someday wants it to be a sixth branch of the military. He's put money in his proposed budget for it as part of the air force for now. Securing America, President Trump's idea of a space force is still very much in the works. A case is being made by defense officials that US assets in space are at risk of tack from America's enemies. What is vital is that we protect a nineteen trillion dollar economy and the systems are military runs on acting U S Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan? Speaking of the center for strategic and international. Studies says the orbital infrastructure of America's commerce indefens- might not stand a chance unless a dedicated force can protect them Eban Brown. Fox News has been increased worried lately about people not vaccinated amid some measles outbreaks around the country now. There's a mumps outbreak in Philadelphia city. Health officials now say they believe seventy four people have contracted mumps at temple university of those fifteen cases are confirmed. Mom, says a viral infection that involves swollen glands students who may be infected should limit contact with others and seek medical care the centers for disease control and prevention says the measles mumps rubella vaccine is the best protection the mumps vaccine has been part of routine childhood shots for decades, but research, jazz, protection, fades ten or more years after the second dose. Tom reghati, Fox News. The head of the fed is signalling an end for now to interest rate hikes. The US economy is in a good place, and we will continue to use our monetary policy tools to help keep it there. Federal Reserve chair. Jay Powell also seemed to suggest the economy may be slowing a bit no rate hikes this year on Wall Street, the Dow dropped one hundred forty one points and NASDAQ gained five in this morning, stock futures down modestly trading overseas as.

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Important Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child

Arizona's Morning News

02:53 min | 3 years ago

Important Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child

"Yeah, you've got the mumps measles coming to Arizona. You know, most of us got the m are the mumps measles mumps rubella. And we thought these diseases had really pretty much gone away. Right. I had both you had both. I had the measles was less than a year old. And I had the mumps when I was four. I had the mumps when I was five, and you know, you can get the mumps even if you get inoculated for it can happen to so. Yeah, it's not there's no guarantees in life. But it is is the smart thing to do for your kids. But I, you know, I I was doing some research for a column I wrote a few months ago, and it was I was shocked to learn that Maricopa County has the most non medical exemptions for vaccinations of any metropolitan area in the tire United States of America. And we're one of the few states that scene an overall upward trend in these non medical exemption. So a medical exemption is I'm not getting my kid inoculated because I'm not giving them getting in vaccinated because they they're allergic to something that's in the vaccine their immune system is is not healthy enough for them to get vaccinated. And those are the people who are at risk for the people who decide I don't want my kid getting a vaccine because I heard from Jenny McCarthy who's famous for being naked in a magazine I heard that they can get autism from her. I heard that from her you don't get it from her. You know, if you listen to her you get idiocy from her. That's what you get. It's contagious Jenny McCarthy's guide and Alicia SilverStone. Who's I put it earlier? Who's also anti diaper. And Charlie Sheen. You know, Amy, really these are the people we listened to instead of instead of scientists and doctors and traditions, and so yeah, you've got you got the mumps in here in the valley. You've got it in coaches county. You've got this child in in Pima county with the measles. Twenty fifteen. We had one case of measles. And prior to twenty fifteen the last time we had measles was in two thousand eight we had an outbreak at that time. That's Paula Mandel with the Pima county health department. So it's here. Don't listen to the nutty celebrities, listen to your pediatrician, and I hate it. I hate it. When my little ones have to get shots. I hate it. The six year old has started to get a little more logical about it. But there was a time when we had to like hold her down, you know, but I know in the long run, I'm keeping her. Safe. And and what I'm doing is. I'm I'm keeping other people safe other people's kids save who cannot get vaccinated.

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Nineteen sixty two from nineteen fifty six and nineteen sixty an average of five hundred forty two thousand cases were reported annually that included four hundred and fifty deaths per year as low as one hundred and fifty thousand cases of respiratory complications. And four thousand cases of consequence encephalitis per year. Many of which later resulted in death, then mandatory vaccination for 'em are kicked in. And we average less than one hundred cases of measles per year in the United States since two thousand. When it comes to measles, mumps rubella. The reason that is mandatory for small children really is because p kids under one year of age can't take the vaccine. Now, listen, I know there's been a lot of talk about when vaccinations should be mandatory. I'm not in favor of mandatory vaccinations, when it comes to things like HP that are typically caused by human contact that are caused by in most cases, choices that are made by people to not get vaccinated and then have unprotected sex, for example, like if you're not a baby, and you can't just get it by walking around. Then it doesn't seem to me that it should be mandatory the evacuated, however, herd immunity is a thing. And there are lots and lots of people in the United States or not capable of getting vaccinated for measles. Mumps rubella or not capable of getting vaccinated for whooping cough. Pregnant women people with leukemia. That means there are extra analogies to people not actually getting vaccinated, if you were just you not getting vaccinated, you want to die of a disease because you feel like it's gonna cause autism or something that's your problem, and we have a free country. But if it's going to make it more likely than my child is going to get a disease because you are not getting accented, then it becomes a question of extra analogies as for the statistic, by the way, you keep hearing repeated that the federal government has paid out something like four billion dollars in settlements to victims vaccinations. According to the CDC from two thousand six to two thousand seventeen over three point four billion doses of covered vaccines were distributed in the United States for petitions filed in that time period sixty one hundred petitions where judicata by the court about four thousand of those were compensated that means that for every one million doses of vaccine distributed, one individual was compensated, and that's is not acknowledge causal effect. That just means that the government didn't wanna fight people. And so decided to pay people to make him go away just like every other legal settlement since one thousand. Eighty eight about twenty thousand petitions have been filed with the vaccination board of the federal government over that thirty year time period about seventeen thousand petitions have been adjudicated about eleven thousand were dismissed total compensation paid over the life of the program since nineteen eighty eight is four billion, but you're talking about tens of millions of covered vaccination events. So all the talk about how the federal government is routinely sibling case out of court that is simply not true, statistically speaking. And there there's been a new decade long study, by the way, showing no link between measles, vaccines and autism. Researchers examined every child born in Denmark from nineteen ninety nine to two thousand ten which like six hundred fifty thousand kids and found no link between the measles, vaccine and autism. So listen, you don't wanna get your kid vaccinated? It's your problem unless it has externalities. But at the very least get some good information. Don't just read a bunch of nonsense that you see on Facebook and decide to make your decisions based on that vaccinations. Do in fact, work the flu vaccine does work it does weaken the effect of the flu on you. And this new fangled thing where people will rely on essential oils, but not scenes don't be anti science. Police already coming up. We're gonna talk about the Democrats now accusing President Trump of wanting war, Iran. We'll get to that. In just one second. First. Let's talk.

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"From nineteen fifty six to nine hundred sixty an average of five hundred forty two thousand cases were reported annually that included four hundred and fifty deaths per year as low as one hundred and fifty thousand cases of respiratory complications. And four thousand cases of consequence per year. Many of which later resulted in death, then mandatory vaccination for MR kicked in and we average less than one hundred cases of measles per year in the United States since two thousand when it comes to measles mumps rubella. The reason that story for small children really is because PM kids under one your age can't take the vaccine. Now, listen, I know there's been a lot of talk about when vaccinations should be mandatory. I'm not in favor of mandatory vaccinations, when it comes to things like HP that are typically caused by human contact their caused by in most cases, choices that are made by people to not get vaccinated than have unprotected sex, for example, like if you're not a baby, and you can't just get it by walking around. Then it doesn't seem to me that you should be mad. Dettori the evacuated however, herd immunity is a thing. And there are lots and lots of people in the United States or not capable of getting vaccinated for measles. Mumps rubella or not capable of getting vaccinated for whooping, cough, pregnant women people with leukemia means they're extra analogies to people not actually getting vaccinated. If were just you not getting vaccinated, you want to die of a disease because you feel like it's gonna cause autism or something that's your problem, and we live in a free country. But if it's going to make it more likely than my child is going to get a disease because you are not getting accented Bennett becomes a question of extra analogies as for the statistic, by the way, that you keep hearing repeated that the federal government has paid out something like four billion dollars settlements to victims of vaccinations. According to the CDC from two thousand six to two thousand seventeen over three point four billion doses of covered vaccines were distributed in the United States for petitions filed in that time periods on sixty one hundred petitions where Judy created by the court about four thousand of those were compensated that means that. For every one million doses of vaccine distributed, one individual was compensated, and that's not acknowledge causal effect that just means that the government didn't wanna fight people. And so decided to pay people to make them go away just like every other legal settlement since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight about twenty thousand petitions have been filed with the vaccination board of the thorough government over that thirty year time period about seventeen thousand petitions have been adjudicated about eleven thousand were dismissed total compensation paid over the life of the program since nineteen eighty eight is four billion, but you're talking about tens of millions of covered vaccination events. So all the talk about how the federal government is routinely settling case out of court that is simply not true. Statistically, speaking. There's been a new decade long study, by the way, showing no link between measles, vaccines and autism. Researchers examined every child born in Denmark from nine hundred ninety nine to two thousand ten which like six hundred fifty thousand kids and found no link between the measles, vaccine.

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WTVN

"Of six hundred fifty thousand Danish kids and the MR measles mumps rubella vaccine after a decade. The researchers said there was no increased risk of autism among children who received the measles vaccine compared to those who did not in fact children who got the MR shot were seven times less likely to develop autism. This study in the annals of internal medicine backs up several others in the last decade that of not down claims linked to what's now called the anti vaccine movement. ABC's Scott Goldberg, the White House ignored Monday's deadline for producing documents on how Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner obtained his top secret security clearance. It's a disgrace to disgrace to our country. I'm not surprised that it's tapping the chair of the house oversight committee now weighing what's next Tonga's men. Elijah Cummings is accusing the White House of blocking an investigation into its security clearance, protocol House Democrats ramped up their investigation last week. After a report from the. New York Times claimed the president demanded his son in law Jared Kushner, be granted a top security clearance despite objections from intelligence officials ABC's Monaco's are empty in Washington. The president will go to Lee county, Alabama, President Trump says he'll travel to Alabama on Friday following the deadly tornadoes that hit the state over the weekend. It's been a tragic situation. But a lot of good work is being done. Twenty three people were killed including four young children. When Howard full tornadoes ripped through Lee county, Alabama on Sunday. This was the highest tornado death toll in the US since two thousand thirteen. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House special k treatment for depression, the US food and Drug administration has approved a nasal spray. That's a chemical cousin.

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Danish kids and the measles mumps rubella vaccine after a decade. The researchers said there was no increased risk of autism among children who received the measles vaccine compared to those who did not in fact children who got the shot were seven times less likely to develop autism. This study in the annals of internal medicine backs up several others in the last decade that have not down claims linked to what's now called the anti vaccine movement. ABC's Scott Goldberg, the White House ignored Monday's deadline for producing documents on how Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner obtained his top secret security clearance. It's a disgrace to disgrace to our country. I'm not surprised that it's happening chair of the house oversight committee now weighing what's next Tongres men. Elijah Cummings is accusing the White House of blocking an investigation into its security clearance, protocol House Democrats ramped up their investigation last week. After a report from the New York Times claimed the president demanded his son in law, Jared Kushner, be granted a top security clearance despite objections from intelligence officials ABC's Monaco's are abbey in Washington. The president will go to Lee county, Alabama, President Trump says he'll travel to Alabama on Friday following the deadly tornadoes that hit the state over the weekend. It's been a tragic situation. But a lot of good work is being done. Twenty three people were killed including four young children. When powerful tornadoes ripped through Lee county, Alabama on Sunday. This was the highest tornado death toll in the US since two thousand thirteen. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House special k treatment for depression, the US food and Drug administration has approved a nasal spray. That's a chemical cousin of ketamine.

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So go to FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now, Chris Wallace on Fox News channel the question for me as always what's going to happen next. If people sense that you're not pushing an agenda, you're not pulling your punches they're going to rely on you. It's a commitment to the truth one of the advantages. I think having been in this business so long you're able to detect what is real what is important, and what's just political noise. Chris Wallace on FOX. Name's Janelle real news. Real honest opinion. Visit hearing today in a US Senate committee on vaccine this amid concerns about recent outbreaks of measles and Ohio teenager who made news recently for defying his mother and getting vaccinated when he turned eighteen will be among those testifying today Berger says he's looking forward to talking about the importance of vaccines. Meanwhile, there's new research again showing no link between the measles vaccine and autism new information published in the annals of internal medicine says researchers studied over six hundred fifty thousand children in Denmark and found no increased risk of autism. When kids were given the measles mumps rubella vaccine. The researchers were looking at kids born between nineteen ninety nine and twenty ten it was in nineteen ninety eight that former doctor Andrew Wakefield and Britain. I put the theory forward that there was an autism link to the vaccine, but the British medical journal says Wakefield falsified facts and that he was working. For lawyers hired by parents who wanted to sue companies that produce the vaccine Joel NATO, Fox News on Wall Street. Stock futures are up a bit the day after the Dow fell two hundred six.

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Study finds no link between vaccines, autism

Steve Trevelise

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Study finds no link between vaccines, autism

"A new study shows no link between autism and the measles mumps rubella vaccine the research out of Denmark examined over six hundred fifty. Thirty thousand children between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand ten of those children's sixty five hundred or diagnosed with autism. But the risk of that diagnosis didn't increase among the children who were

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KOMO

"May have been solved with the help of DNA and genealogy site. Police arresting a suspect for the nineteen Seventy-three murder of an eleven year old girl ABC's, Amy robot has more Neil's arrest is a bittersweet moment for Linda sister, whose parents died before they were able to see Justice for their little girl. I never really thought that they would actually ever find the individual responsible after all this time finding out that there's a face the name to the individual just prince additional closure. This is just the latest high profile cold case, potentially solved using that cutting edge DNA technology and now komo's marina Rockinger. With lifebeat recent measles outbreaks in our state and around the country have healthcare professionals stressing prevention with the vaccine for measles mumps rubella, according to infectious disease expert, Dr Camille, Sabella contracting measles is particularly dangerous due to related complications. Complications of measles are fairly common and can be severe the main ones. We worry about our pneumonia, which can be a primary measles pneumonia or it can be a secondary bacterial pneumonia complicating measles virus. The other serious complications from measles. According to Dr Sabella is something called acute encephalitis, which is swelling of the brain which can lead to long lasting neuro developmental problems. There is complacency that these one time diseases are no longer around or that they were never severe in the first place, and I think because of that parents are more reluctant to vaccinate their kids. And I think we're starting to see some of the adverse effects of that. For lifebeat, I'm marina.

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Clark County measles outbreak rises to 61 cases

News, Traffic and Weather

00:27 sec | 3 years ago

Clark County measles outbreak rises to 61 cases

"People a night. New measles cases continue to be reported in Clark county. Six new cases have been identified. There are now fifty nine confirmed cases. One of the new cases is another person who just received one dose of the measles mumps rubella. Vaccine officials say fifty two of the confirmed cases occurred in people who were not immunized five cases have not had their immunization status. Verified in two people had only one dose of the

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:42 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Oh, no. No, Sean, what have you done? Do this all the time now because this pants gone somewhere? Sure. Just got to be driving. Never wanna call in sick to the show. All. By one of us will come out. You know, this is dedicated to you. I'm honored. Candy's gone. She's sick. Mike's gone. He's sick of us. I think that is actually absolutely a new story. No, they don't they don't. I don't think they do. So there's about forty five cases fifty four cases of the measles in Clark county, Washington. Lots of media coverage to get into a piece from slate dot com. Like, I said, salon dot com, or are they by Daniel anger who had an opportunity to chat with us about his belief that we should stop talking about the measles. But I want to let everybody know coming up. Matt is going to get to do his choose your news. I loser about the the tortoises who were married and then aren't married in. They were married for nine years. So this gentleman from slate dot com says look despite all the headlines warnings about MRs being on the rise. He believes her sort of overblown. What concerns me is the way that this is presented as a growing problem at developing. Dennis a problem. It's only getting worse. So he says that there's an example that the rate of vaccinations has been plummeting because of this massive anti vaccination movement. Right, right. What's the evidence for declining vaccination rates that I'm not trying to be a, you know, I'm not a vaccine skeptic. I'm a I'm a strong proponent of vaccination. But this idea that back Saination rates are declining. I think that is widespread, and I think it's it's blamed the national media for that. It's rarely reported that explanation rates are very very stable. The vaccination rate for measles. Mumps rubella has been constant at just about ninety one point five percent across the country for years and years. So I think you have to ask what is the purpose of promoting the idea that were in this slide towards, you know, measles pandemic nation rates are dropping dropping dropping when that actually goes against the facts, the facts are that vaccination rates are holding steady. In the low nineties also says, it's not what some people call anti vaccine. He says that we're vaccinations are not taking place. It has to do with something quite different CDC just announced the number of children with no vaccines. I think by the age of three has quadrupled over the last fifteen years or so it's kids who are not getting accelerated our kids in rural areas and kids who don't have access to good health insurance. You can also look at the numbers that see that there's a racial disparity black children have are getting actually is rate two point two percentage points below that of white children toddlers. I mean below the age of three so these are I mean, two point two percentage points doesn't sound like much, but that has a significant impact on community health. It does it can have impact. So his point is that this is overblown, and that the media's making something of it that it's not what do you think? Well, I think. The benefit of having read is peace. Right. I could not agree with him more. I think that it's an opportunity to to. And I'm looking at this through the lens of of this this recent coverage of the the local outbreaks, especially in our state, they've gone mainstream CNN, FOX all the the cable news. They've all done their their features on the Wall Street Journal or Washington Post over the the weekend too. And that is the ability to put one camp pitted against the other. Right. It's it's provex anti vaccines. And that's why we have this thing the steps that he mentioned are remarkable from two thousand and ten to two thousand seventeen flat ninety one point five percent. It hasn't gone up. It hasn't gone down. It's holding strong in the low ninety s so there's not a crisis there in the clip that you just played Todd. I think kinda hits the nail on the head. We're not talking about the lack of critical access to good healthcare. We're not talking about healthcare inequality. We're talking about group a versus group. B it's it's the most micro two thousand nineteen state of things you can apply it to politics. You can apply it to sports hell now, you can even apply it to measles at the bakeries. So you you create communication nuggets for living. Your job is to get people excited about a show or event we're doing so let me run something by theory for the media as it relates to measles. And as it relates to people who are suspicious of or against vaccines. So let's let's let's admit that there is an arc. There's an arc. There's some people who say I'm not going to vaccinate my kid because they don't trust the medical establishment and the government. That's that's that's one arc one end of the Arp new down. This people say, look, I'm suspicious, I vaccinate my kids, but I'm nervous about it. Because of heard some things you go further down the ark. This and people who say, well, I choose some vaccines adult. I don't do all of them. Because for instance, I've read that the MR thing is bad. Okay. If if if the government's in the medical establishment wants to bring people about let me let me offer you this. Why do they wiser you said splitting people? So there's this phrase antibac-, sir, which is like a climate denier. Yeah, why not approach fair? Okay. So one of their concerns, I got an Email from a woman who's a CEO of a tech company, and she annotated it and stuff. I didn't know how much money has the United States government paid out for two families where people were injured by or kill Biaxin. I have no idea. But if I had to guess, it would be in big picture low amount sticky. Guess. Gosh, todd. I I I really playing into sub one hundred million dollars. I have no idea billion what see this fourbillion seriously, and guess who guess who doesn't pay that the private healthcare companies. Yup. Yes. He does the federal government. We do so look treasury. Now, it's insane. You take for fun the specific fund for this like an like an insurance fund. Yeah. So you take four billion. Okay. And you divide it across our population. And you can have instances where it's not the vaccine where I know a woman who sent me which I talked to her the doctors made a mistake with the little girl in her little girl got a vaccine vaccinated. She was six months old. She got the what you should give a six year-old. Oh, so that was a mistake. It was negligence, but that would be paid as entertainers of the fund. So why not go and say, okay. These are some these are facts, these these this is factual. Here's why these companies have a waiver from liability. Here's why the government pick that when it just admit they're there because when you keep this stuff in darkness, and when people who are suspicious of vaccines are the only ones who can you see how they would think what we have secret knowledge. No one else does we know things. Other people don't wouldn't it be better for them to come clean and just talk about that. And. Into into you. I think any time that you're you're giving people more not just information but insight into the origins of the information, the practical application of the information, that's always useful, and helpful. I think the. On the on the other end, you talked about the arc right on the one end of it being like,.

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Number to call the night. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. Early. We're talking about I after Jake reactions from medications that of course, adverse reactions toback scene, and how it is dampened the public trust in allopathic medicines and vaccines, and this is raising a huge amount of controversy. It's more and more people are divided on whether or not vaccines are needed for every bug in every ailment. World Health Organization. Put out a statement that I was very curious about yesterday. In a survey from may twenty eighteen they found that support for vaccinations. Among Americans has fallen ten percent in the last ten years about seventy percent said common vaccine such as for polio and measles are very important found the pull from research America in American society for microbiology were saying that was down from the original eighty percent who gave the same answer in November two thousand eight according to the CDC and the World Health Organization, we're looking at more than ninety percent of children under the age of three have been vaccinated for polio. Measles, mumps rubella hepatitis b chickenpox and more than eighty percent had received. Hey, influenza diphtheria tetanus pertussis and pneumococcal infection vaccine as well. However, there has been mounting distrust that has led some parents to not immunize their children. So when we have outbreaks in diseases, we have not seen in years such as measles. Whooping cough. Mumps? There are a lot of people that are now getting angry at those reviews to immunize and the world held organization is now declaring that antibac- Sers are one of the top threats to global help in two thousand nineteen. So antibac- Sers are now on the list of threats along with air pollution climate change HIV and a worldwide influenza pandemic. And then you should hear what a lot of people recommend. We do with anti Baxter's jailed them, that's one of the ideas. Certainly they compare them to those who are anti science bring those who do not support global warming and flatters. So, but I I was trying to in the last hour get a handle on something beyond. The typical reasons why people don't trust vaccines right now. And the CDC is given their reasons the World Health Organization, given their reasons as to why I have a problem not just with. A few things I've read by the problem with the idea that anymore a vaccine, especially for the flu is being marketed. Like a burger at Burger King is being marketed like laundry detergent, or you go in and you you you go to a store, and if you get a flu vaccine they hand you late twenty five or thirty dollars in groceries just forgetting one, they're bribing you and you get one and not only that. But can you tell me why last year but thousand people died of the flu, and they told you that the flu vaccine was ineffective or ten percent effective. They still urge you to get a flu shot. That's where the mistrust comes in for me. I mean, I look at that. And saying, you know, they'll still pimp these vaccines and they'll hand him out like their Halloween candy poison Halloween candy. It's it's exactly how I see it. So tonight, I wanted to invite someone to come on a comment about this Ashleigh Everley, she studied at the university of California Davis earning her bachelor's degree in environmental toxicology, her focus for the past eight years has been investigating the scientific research.

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Teen defies anti-vaccine parents, gets shots

Radio From Hell

02:41 min | 3 years ago

Teen defies anti-vaccine parents, gets shots

"L A or Ethan Linden burger is getting back to needed for just about everything. He's eighteen years old. And he's never received any vaccinations for diseases like hepatitis and polio, measles, mumps rubella chickenpox never had a vaccination his mother. Jill Wheeler is anti vaccine. You said she has been influenced by online misinformation such as debunk study that claimed certain vaccines were linked with autism or a theory that vaccines caused brain damage. Correct ideas. Like these that have spread like wildfire so much that the CDC has explicitly tried to combat them posting pages. Like vaccines do not cause autism. Lynn burgers. Eldest sister is vaccinated and his eldest brother is partially immunized. But once his mother found out that she had the right to opt out of vaccinations. She chose not to vaccinate her younger five children. God knows how I'm still alive. Lynn. Burger wrote on read it last November in his red at post, Mr. Lindberg, a who is eighteen I said goes on to ask for help figuring out how to get vaccinated. He got about a thousand responses his post joins similar ones from other VAT unvaccinated teenagers trying to get their shots despite their parents beliefs at a time of widespread measles outbreaks in the Pacific northwest, causing Washington state governor Jay Inslee to declare a state of emergency more miners are raising questions about whether they can provide their own consent to get the vaccines. According to the CDC for four months of January this year measles have been confirmed in ten states. Sorry, you got stuck with parents kids with the agency monitoring other outbreaks in New York state in New York City, growing up Lynn Berger said he had to listen to what his mom told him about how axioms were bad and carry negative side effects. He thought it was normal. Not to receive vaccines. But in school in burger got pulled out of class asked by educators to get vaccinated. He talked with friends. Realized that all of them had been vaccinated. But they didn't even know what a flu shot felt like you saw more and more anti vaccination debates popping up on social media. Slowly, he started to question what his mother told him, and then he did some research. Now, he he thinks I gotta get vaccinated. But yeah, bye. He's eight tone is eight so he can get it done. Oh, okay. So he's going to do it a Bill to

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Anti-vaxxers linked to spread of measles outbreak in US

Start Here

03:50 min | 3 years ago

Anti-vaxxers linked to spread of measles outbreak in US

"We told you Clark county Washington is seeing a measles outbreak. It's it's right outside Portland. Oregon and remember measles is super contagious. Health officials have been worried that if someone infected travels to a big city you could be looking at a wider problem. There are new developments this evening into spread of measles that outbreak. But recently a case popped up near Seattle. And now two people have come down with the measles. Inigo? Why these are not coincidences health officials say they contracted the disease in the Pacific northwest ABC's chief national correspondent that gunman is there in Portland where officials are on alert met that sounds alarming. I mean, what happened with these people in Hawaii would happen to them is that they took easels to Hawaii Brad. Apparently this outbreak obviously started here in the Portland slash Vancouver Washington area. There were a dozen public places and about ten emergency rooms and clinics that had exposure, and the incredible thing about the measles is if you get it you are not likely to die that is very unlikely. But. It is incredibly contagious. It is called spectacularly contagious. It can linger in the air for two hours after an infected person left the room, and you can carry it without knowing it for seven to twenty one days. So these boys who flew to Hawaii from Portland apparently were carriers of measles on that plane. And once they landed in Hawaii where they were quarantined for few days, and then sent back home once they were no longer contagious. But still you don't know what happened on that plane. What was going to say? So so at this point, we're still talking about like dozens of cases here, right? We're not talking about hundreds and not talking about thousands. What what is as you talk to public health officials? What is the appropriate amount of worry here? It's a good question. I don't think the public health officials really know what they told us is that they do expect the outbreak to grow. Now, not only does it take a exposure. And we had significant exposures in places like the trailblazers basketball arena the airport. I. Keo, Costco, big places were lots of people go. Oh, it was just like if you went to this Portland Trail Blazers game like you. You might have been exposed to the measles. Like, it's that serious. Yeah. There were nineteen thousand people there apparently. But and here's key the vast majority of those people have already been vaccinated for memoir. That's measles. Mumps rubella. And so they're not likely to get it. Well, then most of the people who've gotten it are people who were not vaccinated like you said, what do we know about the anti vaccine movement? If you wanna call it that in in Washington, and in Oregon woth, why is it more prevalent in one area than another do, we know? Well, the reason that we are seeing an outbreak here is because this has one of the lowest immunization rates in the country. Thank has about a seventy eight percent immunization rate for children eight six to eighteen years old, which is low there are some schools here that have immunization rates Brad that are in the twenties meaning that eighty seven or seventy seven percent of the kids in these schools have not been immunized. That's incredible. I have concerns about the safety of XI's. So they're hesitant to do a vaccine on the other hand, he's anti Baxter's or people who are hesitant about vaccine say you can't trust everything the government says, and there is plenty of anecdotal information out there saying that you can get sick. And they don't want to expose their kids to these vaccines. Just yet. That's really unfortunate. They're doing damage. They're doing serious damage because death can result from this. But public health officials warned that they're a danger disability, and they say, it's as simple as that. You have reported making actually spoke with some experts recently who said on average parents who oppose vaccinations are typically well educated they're generally more affluent. And in fact, I didn't know this outbreaks here often start when Americans come back from the more measles, prone Europe, so money to

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"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"measles mumps rubella" Discussed on Today in Focus

"In nineteen ninety I guess throw Terrell adjusts called Andrew Wakefield claim that the measles mumps rubella vaccine was linked to autism. It was one of the most controversial health stories of generation causing alarm amongst parents as the immunization rate collapsed over the years, the original research was widely discredited trust was slowly rebuilt and the doctor at the heart of the scandal seemed to disappear, but. Autism has become an epidemic. Your take this little beautiful baby, and you pump. I mean, it looks just like it's mid for a horse. Not for child vaccine skepticism is back health experts say social media, I'm populace fueling a growing movement that seem worrying trends in vaccination rates, including for HP, which can lead to cervical cancer. Flu and measles. We'll Health Organization has a goal to radically Musil's in Europe by twenty twenty. So should be almost gone. The last year there were the highest number of measles cases in Europe for twenty years sixty thousand and seventy two deaths and that's mostly children and vulnerable adults from the guardian. I'm initiative Astana today in focus is a growing anti vaccine movement putting lives at risk. Actually have been vaccine skeptics ever since vaccines were invented. But when it comes to measles mumps rubella, it does date back to nine hundred ninety eight very specifically and a press conference that I actually went to in February of that year the Royal free hospital. Sarah Bosley is the guardians help editor. So I went to this building and went in was held in a in a big lecture theatre. So I remember we all have these individual seats. It was a bit like sitting in exam in school with those little desks that sort of you can pull over push away. And they're at the front was a lineup of very serious scientists with very long faces and looking very slightly pompous and amongst the Moore's Andrew Wakefield who was young charismatic. Plus the dean of the ROY free medical school. Who was the? Most Sopa faced of the lot. And he was so worried about what Wakefield was saying really really anxious about it reasons. Mumps rubella given together maybe too much immune system of some day. Reckon day. There was a link between gut disease in children and autism. And that in some way, the measles mumps rubella vaccine might be the thing that triggered this off for the most part of the conference was about the paper about the scientific work that the team had done. But the really difficult moment the moment that really turned the whole issue around and launch the thousand and vaccines groups was when Wakefield actually said case for the socio. Vaccines into their component parts separate thought that those that the measles mumps rubella vaccine should not be given us one shot that it should be given a separate vaccines for safety. And it was that thing which was not part of the paper, which really allowed people massively and caused all the anxiety that followed did you think at the time. This doesn't sound right. What I did think was that's one heck of a claim when you're journalist, and particularly perhaps if you have a specialization, you have an antenna, and I think it was very obvious to those of us who covered health that he was saying something that was really front page news. Certainly I had that moment when studies actually stomach turning over. But it's something of that sort. You think oh there is something that's being set. Here. That's going to be a big story. How big I could not possibly have imagined at that time. Could be a link between a common childhood vaccine and autism questions were raised today about the safety of the combined mumps, measles and rubella vaccine news urge showing a possible link with a bowel disease, which could lead to autism. According to Dr Wakefield's theory, the MR vaccine ten damage the intestines of some children, allowing toxins delete..

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Anti-vaccine community behind North Carolina chickenpox outbreak

America's Truckin' Network

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Anti-vaccine community behind North Carolina chickenpox outbreak

"Which I can go through. It's really important. A lot of times. I just when somebody's says something or has an opinion. I'll say, I respect your opinion. No problem. Maybe it's political. Something like that. But if somebody's giving out what I considered to be information that is harmful to people's health. Then I'll push back some. And this little. Little thing. I'm gonna do here is a bit of the pushback. But if you disagree with all this if you think that all I'm saying is made up if you think it's a conspiracy. The vaccine don't work. I'd be interested to know your source if you don't have source. That's okay. You just have an opinion. Where do you hear it? Did you hear it from the president? Did you hear it from? On the internet. All right. We'll start with the autism thing. You hear from the president and others that vaccines cause autism. There's a widespread fear that vaccines increase the risk of autism. And this originated from a study, which has been proven to be bogus and fraudulent. Nineteen ninety seven study. Person named a surgeon named Andrew Wakefield. The article was published in British medical journal. Call the Lancet you've probably heard of it. Suggesting measles, mumps, rubella

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Measles is Making a Comeback

Lee Mathews

02:48 min | 3 years ago

Measles is Making a Comeback

"Of the ones that that many anti vaccines. Swear needs to be you need to wait before you give your child measles, which I contend if measles strikes someone young enough. It can potentially be fatal. Is that not the case that is the case and. And especially the younger generation today. Does not remember a time before vaccinations nineteen sixty three when this vaccination this vaccine was developed I had the measles as a kid as as many of my age have. And they forget that there were an estimated one thousand deaths a year in this country attributed, just a measles alone. And it can be especially dangerous for young children. So what they're saying is get your vaccines commended against measles. Mumps rubella. That's how they are combined these days, and you know, what elite is a lot of this started with that bogus nineteen ninety eight study that linked the vaccine autism. It was deliberately falsified in order to try to promote the sale of a vaccine the doctor the former position Andrew Wakefield who authored it was disbarred, really taken out of the medical community in the UK. So you know, that was the start of it. Well, and then that's led to other things. Well, maybe. Maybe it's okay. So it doesn't it doesn't cause of autism. But maybe causes the outbreak of ADHD or there's there's all kinds of preservatives in vaccines that are bad for you. Well, okay, unless you're allergic to them everything is safe, and I'm not going to get into that. What I am going to get into though, is is the spread attributable singularly to the fact that people are not vaccinating or waiting too long to vaccinate or is it because we're starting to see such an open immigration policy in Europe and other countries. Yeah. Yeah. That has been one of the concerns and one of the reasons now in Europe, they have done a study on this. And they say, no that is not the reason that it is because of non-vaccination as we look at this country, and we begin to look at Central America and Mexico because hate that has been the recent point to focus immigration in those countries. Childhood vaccinations are required and. Remember that anybody coming into this country must have a vaccination record or get vaccines before coming into the country. And that again is the one of those things that I did not know that about Central America. Because I assume like a lot of countries, they don't require it. And then there's those in our country who are starting to say, we should not require it. But I whatever your religious beliefs, I strongly encourage vaccinations, and here we

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