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We already knew that measles attacks immune memory, and that it was immunosuppressive for a short amount of time. But this paper suggests that immune suppression lasts much longer than previously suspected," says study co-author C. Jessica Metcalf, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology and public affairs at Princeton University, NJ.
"In other words," she adds, "if you get measles, 3 years down the road, you could die from something that you would not die from had you not been infected with measles."
originally posted by: TorinoFer
a reply to: Pardon?
I won't vaccinate my kids because I don't want my kids to be now 1 in 84 that get Autism.
And I don't give a single Sh**s what anyone else thinks.
I have my own mind and I did my own research.
Take those adjuvants and mercury and stick it were sun dont illuminate LOL
"Illuminate instead of shine"
originally posted by: Flesh699
Measles isn't dangerous. Every one of your links are the usual medical propaganda channels. Do the number crunch of how many cases are actually fatal, then do critical thinking vis-a-vis only a hundred and some cases of measles passed legislation, and not a single case fatal. No doubt vaccines save lives, no doubt about that, but intelligent people will never trust pharma companies that profit from sickness. I witnessed a family friend cure themselves of cancer by the very things the FDA and CDC have banned in the states, and I will never take anything a corporation says is good for me. Especially a multi-billion dollar conglomerate.