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The MMR vaccine can cause serious adverse reactions, researchers have admitted this week. The rubella (German measles) component of the jab increases the risk of infection from the rubella virus itself, and can cause serious skin inflammation and ulcers in anyone whose immune system is compromised.
Parents are being invited to contribute to the product information that will be issued with the MMR (measles-mumps-rubella) vaccine, including any risks, side effects and adverse effects their children may have suffered.
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.
The rubella (German measles) component of the MMR vaccine isn't effective in a sizeable minority of children, leading researchers have discovered this week
Government agencies are withholding worrying safety information about vaccinations, as secret minutes to key decision-making committee meetings reveal
The UK's health authorities are thinking of making vaccinations compulsory - and even given to newborns - following a rise in the number of measles and whooping cough cases
Before it reaches its first birthday, a baby born in America will be given 26 inoculations as part of the most intensive vaccination programme in the world-and it is the least likely of any child born in a developed country to reach the age of one