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CHICKEN POX: Vaccine causing breakthrough varicella & death

Documents Indicate That the Chicken Pox Vaccination Has Been Added to the MMR Without Our Knowledge (APRIL 2017)

Despite this information being freely available, in 2005, the MMRV, a vaccine said to protect children against measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chicken pox) was licensed for use in the US, which, according to the CDC, was said to be very safe and effective.

However, what is particularly worrying for parents is the fact that, according to a CDC paper titled Use of Combination Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Varicella Vaccine: Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), the MMRV vaccine:

“… may be used instead of measles, mumps, rubella vaccine (MMR, M-M-RII, Merck & Co., Inc.) and varicella vaccine (VARIVAX, Merck & Co., Inc.) to implement the recommended 2-dose vaccine schedule for prevention of measles, mumps, rubella, and varicella among children aged 12 months–12 years.”  (own emphasis)

This wording appears to indicate that children have been taking part in vaccination trials for several years without their parents’ consent. Furthermore, according to the CDC:

After studying a number of peer-reviewed studies published between November 30, 1974, when information on the varicella vaccine was first published and August, 1, 2016, the researchers discovered that breakthrough varicella and death were not the only adverse reactions the recipients of the single varicella and the MMRV should be concerned about.

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Chicken Pox and Shingles Conundrum: New Study

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Introduction

The varicella-zoster virus (VZV) causes two distinct diseases:varicella (i.e. “chickenpox”) and herpes zoster (i.e. “shingles”) [1].Chickenpox, which primarily occurs during childhood, causes anitchy rash for about a week. Complications from chickenpox are relatively infrequent and include pneumonia, bacterial surinfection and encephalitis. Shingles predominantly occurs at older age. It isthe result of a reactivation of VZV, which after chickenpox remains latently present in neural ganglia. This reemergence of the viruscan be assumed to be a consequence of waning cellular immunity.Shingles is characterized by a painful rash on the body and causes on average a more severe and longer-lasting loss of quality of lifethan chickenpox.

 Conclusion

Evidence increasingly suggests that chickenpox vaccination of children risks redistributing health risks toward older generations.  Varicella-ShinglesStudy

Varicella vaccine (chicken pox) and increased Herpes Zoster morbidity study/Goldman, King

herpes-zoster-shingles2Varicella zoster virus (VZV) is one of eight herpes viruses known to infect humans and vertebrates. It commonly causes chicken-pox in children, teens and young adults and herpes zoster (shingles).

Varicella vaccination is less effective than the natural immunity that existed in pre-vaccine communities. Universal varicella vaccination has not proven to be cost-effective as increased HZ morbidity has disproportionately offset cost savings associated with reductions in varicella disease. Universal varicella vaccination has failed to provide long-term protection from VZV disease. Read Goldman GS, King PG study.