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NEWS Major mumps outbreak among the vaccinated

May 4th 2016

Harvard University has reported an outbreak of mumps—among students who have already been vaccinated. There have been 40 confirmed cases, according to recent reports.

NEWS MMR seizure rate triples in older children

May 23rd 2014

Children are much more likely to suffer aseizure after an MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccination if they have it laterthan the recommended 12 to 15 months

NEWS MMR not effective, but data 'massaged' to conceal the truth

March 31st 2014

Parents who have refused the MMR vaccine for their children are usually blamed for any outbreak of measles, mumps or rubella (German measles). But the MMR is far less effective than manufacturers have claimed, and the data has been massaged to conceal the truth, two virologists have said in a sworn testament.

NEWS MMR causes fevers and fits, US agency admits

October 30th 2013

The MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine causes fever and fits in around 2.5 per cent of children vaccinated, a US government agency has admitted.

FEATURE Keep it from the parents: what the government doesn't tell you about vaccinations

March 2013 (Vol. 23 Issue 12) /

Government agencies are withholding worrying safety information about vaccinations, as secret minutes to key decision-making committee meetings reveal

NEWS MMR parents sue after children develop brain damage

October 6th 2011

The MMR vaccine can cause permanent damage - but it's nothing to with autism - and now three families are suing their lawyers in order to prove it

FEATURE $2bn pay-outs say vaccines are not safe

July 2011 (Vol. 22 Issue 4) /

Are childhood vaccines safe? According to our health authorities, the answer is an emphatic yes

NEWS Medical journal falsely accuses MMR doctor of fraud

February 2nd 2011

One of the world's most prestigious medical journals has falsely accused Dr Andrew Wakefield - the man at the centre of the MMR-autism controversy - of fraud

NEWS Parents worried about the MMR could give vitamin A instead

December 8th 2010

Parents worried about giving their children the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine can do one simple thing instead: just give them plenty of vitamin A

FEATURE Vitamin C and the 'incurables'

December 2010 (Vol. 21 Issue 9) /

Modern medicine retains a 19th-century view of infectious disease

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