The Rubini vaccine, used in Europe for many years, was shown to be virtually useless by the mid-'90s and probably responsible for many outbreaks of mumps during the '80s and '90s with resultant morbidity.---Schlegel, Osterwalder, Galeazzi, Vernazza BMJ 1999; 319-52 ( 7 August)

 In the case of single mumps vaccines, two brands have been banned as one, manufactured using the Urabe strain of mumps virus, was shown to cause aseptic meningitis in a few children, and the other, manufactured using the Rubini strain of mumps virus, because it didn't work. uk gov