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Feb 15

Herd Immunity in Vaccinated Populations has been Repeatedly Shown to be a Myth

[E]ven vaccinating 100% of the population wouldn’t be enough, say scientists at the Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group, because the measles vaccine is a dud with some people, offering no protection at all, and its effectiveness wanes with others, even if they get boosters. According to Tetyana Obukhanych of Stanford University’s School of Medicine, the measles vaccine works as planned with only 25% of the population, leaving the majority of adults who have been vaccinated as children with little or no protection. Up to half of today’s cases involve adults.

http://vaccineimpact.com/2014/herd-immunity-in-vaccinated-populations-has-been-repeatedly-shown-to-be-a-myth/

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