Research shows vaccine-produced immunity to measles lasts only 5-6 years. With children receiving their last vaccine at age 12, this means millions of adults 18 and older have no protection whatsoever against measles. In contrast, adults with immunity based on actual measles infection are immune for life.
Worried about measles? If you are vaccinated, you should be. If you are my age, and were lucky enough to get wild measles, you needn’t worry at all.
Measles has been quite stubborn to be wiped out. In China, in one province, 99% of children are vaccinated but measles runs strong.
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure that one out. Clearly measles vaccine doesn’t work as advertised. In fact, in our own country, outbreak after outbreak has occurred in what has been called a fully vaccinated population. (See: A measles outbreak at a college with a prematriculation immunization requirement. Am J Public Health. 1991 Mar ;81(3):360-4. PMID:1994745.)
I wrote long ago that we are setting up the younger generation for a potential calamity. See, vaccines give you plastic immunity. They build up only one line of your immune system, the antibody system, and put the main immune system…
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