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February 4, 2015 - Special Edition about Measles and the MMR Vaccine
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Welcome to the Vaccine Research Library eNewsletter. Periodically, we will send out a detailed report to highlight or discuss vaccination and related topics. This issue is focused on the MMR vaccine, the vaccine that is supposed to protect you and your child from measles.

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We appreciate your feedback and will do our best to respond in a timely basis.
Thank you for your continued interest and support,

Dr Sherri Tenpenny, DO, AOBNMM, ABIHM

           and the Vaccine Research Library Team.
The Marginal Benefit of MMR Vaccine
Over the last few weeks, the media has exploded with the horrors of the measles and the massive promotion of the MMR vaccine. But what do we know about this illness and this vaccine?

Measles, also called rubeola, is a childhood infection caused by a virus. Signs and symptoms of measles include cough, runny nose, inflamed eyes, sore throat, fever and a red, blotchy skin rash. Today, the United States averages about 60 cases of measles a year. There were 360 confirmed cases of measles in 2014. Why the uproar over 90 cases?

Before the vaccine, measles was considered a mild disease, of limited duration. After the vaccine was invented, every reported case of measles became a "worst case story." 

How deadly is measles?
The CDC reported that in 1920, there were 469,924 cases of measles, 7,575 died - a death rate of 1.6% In 1955, death rate from measles in 1955 was LESS THAN THREE in 10,000,000 cases. The measles vaccination program began in 1963, long after even the mortality rate was negligible. (MMWR. April 2, 1999/48(12);243-248.
Vitamin A supplementation
Vitamin A is assumed to be associated with a 25% reduction in child mortality in Third World countries. In fact, due to the prevention of vitamin A deficiency.


Vitamin A plays an important role in fighting all viral infections, but especially measles. In fact, the severity of measles has been shown to correlate with the level of vitamin A. Supplements of vitamin A have been shown to greatly reduce the severity of a measles infections.     


The virus rapidly incorporates Vitamin A, blocking reproduction and its spread. It has been shown that in the presence of a measles infection, a 2-day mega-dosing of 400,000 IU of Vitamin A will create an extremely mild, short-lived case. Taking 5,000-10,000IUs of vitamin A every day may act as a preventive.  

Childhood illness should not be feared
Most people over the age of 50 had all of the childhood illness that today's parents have been taught to fear. In fact, the Lancet published this article in 1996:

"After contracting measles and other childhood illnesses (e.g.. chickenpox, scarlet fever, whooping cough, rubella, mumps and may be others), it has been widely accepted by many health practitioners, including experienced orthodox pediatricians, that this is often beneficial for the general health of many children. Specifically it has been shown that children contracting measles naturally were less likely to suffer from allergic conditions such as asthma, eczema and hayfever."


Dr Suzanne Humphries - Brilliant talk about measles
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My good friend and colleague, and co-author of Dissolving Illusions, Dr Suzanne Humphries gave a brilliant talk about measles, why it should not be feared and why the vaccine can be harmful. Her book as an entire chapter on measles and the problems associated with the measles vaccine.

Go to this link and watch this 8 minute presentation. You may want to then watch the entire three hours.
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     and the Vaccine Research Library Team
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 1. Scream of the Week:  
The Scream of the Week posts on Tuesday. We have updated the navigation bar (at the top of the home page). You can now easily find the topic of past screams, for easy posting on your blog, FB page or website.

The Scream of the Week is
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2. New This Week section: We're doing our best to get the "new this week" section posted on Fridays, but it hasn't always been possible. Your patience is appreciated and thank you for checking back. This section is available to members only.

3. Search function: A short video on how to use the Search Function is planned, but not completed yet. It is a very advanced site search. Please let us know if you're having trouble maximizing this function. A link to an explanatory pdf file is on the home page of the Library.

4. New Categories added: Currently, the Vaccine Research Library has 
80+ categories and >300 pages 
of information, links and comments (explanations). This week, we added information on RhoGAM and the human cell lines, MRC-5 (lung cells) and PER.C6 (retinal cells). Each week, more categories are developed, tagged and explained, a very time intensive activity! 

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