This is too funny....an "outbreak of measles" reported by the CDC in one of their MMWR's.
"Fourteen (22%) patients were hospitalized; no deaths were reported. Transmission occurred in both health-care and community settings. One of the 44 patients for whom transmission setting was known was an unvaccinated health-care worker who was infected in a hospital. Seventeen (39%) were infected while visiting a health-care facility, including a child aged 12 months who was exposed in a physician's office when receiving a routine dose of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine. "
So much for the measles being deadly. There were no deaths they say.
One of the 44 patients was an unvaccinated health-care worker. Oh, so they mean to tell us that vaccines are not required for health-care workers, but these same people want to mandate them for our children? What I am also assuming is that the other 43 people were vaccinated? So much for vaccines being effective.
They are also telling us that a 12 month old child was exposed to the measles in a physician's office when receiving a routine dose of measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine. Where then is the other child or adult who had the measles in this same office? The MMR vaccine is a live-virus vaccine and one of the many risks associated with this vaccine is the possibility of getting a measles-like rash according to the package inserts (basically the risk is clearly outlined - THE MEASLES). How are we to know that that wasn't what really happened?
Does the CDC really think that we are that stupid?