Articles on Vaccine Efficacy
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"In the UK the government Health Authority quotes figures of the measles vaccine as being 90% effective (which means that) 90% of the recipients of the vaccine, produce a certain level of antibodies to the viral agents in the vaccine, 10% have produced no or undetectable levels of antibody. This information has NOT been derived from population studies and as we have already acknowledged, this does NOT indicate what percentage of those people are actually immune, (or, for that matter, how long that apparent immunity lasts).  So, to state that the vaccine is 90% effective is somewhat misleading and at any rate inaccurate with regard to a statement of immunity in a real disease situation."--Trevor Gunn BSc

"What they don't tell you is that a child who receives the MMR vaccine can still get measles. In an outbreak of measles in Texas in 1987, 96 percent of the cases were considered non-preventable. In other words, all the measles cases were either fully vaccinated, had a religious or medical exemption or were born before 1957.....According to the Panhandle Health District, 85 percent of the documented cases of pertussis had 4 out of 4 of their DPT shots and 15 percent had 3 out of 4 of their DPT shots..........The CDC statistics for this outbreak in all five northern counties states that out of 253 reported cases, 81.5 percent were fully vaccinated or had 4 out of 4 of their DPT shots."---Ingri Cassel

CDC Admits Flu Vaccine Does Not Work Influenza Outbreak on Fully Vaccinated Navy Ship

[2011 Dec] Pro-Vaccine Immunologist Admits a Shocking Truth About Vaccines

Vaccinations - Do They Even Work and At What Price?-----Ingri Cassel

Do Vaccines Protect Against Disease at All?---Bronywn Hancock

RESPONSE TO W.H.O. EVIDENCE FOR VACCINE SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENESS Trevor Gunn, BSc, RSHom

Rubella Vaccination: a failure by Michael Nightingale

Whooping cough outbreak in highly vaccinated Hunter Valley raises questions.

Possible Whooping Cough Epidemic in Europe

Measles: vaccine isn't always enough (Finland 1999)

[Media 1996] ‘POOR’ VACCINE RULED OUT IN TB PUZZLE

Mumps outbreak in highly vaccinated children http://webpages.netlink.co.nz/~ias/mumps.htm

Measles outbreak puts focus on vaccine (Alaska 1998)

Journal articles of measles vaccine failure (MMR)

Whooping cough jump sparks child health alert

[Media UK,  March 2001] Whooping cough ordeal for baby Mia

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