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97 percent of children affected by 2009 mumps outbreak were vaccinated for condition

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  • surendernikhil gupta
    A RESEARCH POINT? http://www.naturalnews.com/038554_mumps_outbreaks_vaccinations_children.html More evidence has emerged showing the complete failure of modern
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      A RESEARCH POINT?


      http://www.naturalnews.com/038554_mumps_outbreaks_vaccinations_children.html

      More evidence has emerged showing the complete failure of modern vaccines to provide any real protection against disease. A recent study published in The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) reveals that an astounding 97 percent of children affected by a mumps outbreak that swept the Northeast back in 2009 had already been vaccinated for the condition in accordance with recommended government guidelines.
       
      Thank you very much.
      With warm personal regards,
       
      Nikhil
      Dr. Surender N. Gupta,
      MBBS; PGDHHM;PGDMCH;
      PGDCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil);
      FIMS;MAE (Epidemiology); OCCRTI
      Faculty cum Epidemiologist-in-Charge, District Chamba; 
      Regional Health and Family Welfare Training Centre,
      Chheb, Kangra-Himachal Pradesh, India.

      Pin-176001.
      01892-265472 (Fax); 01892-263472 (Office)
      Mobile: 094181-28634.

      -Member_National Editorial Advisory Board_Indian  Journal of Emergency Pediatrics

      -Editorial Board Member_African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

      -Editorial Board Member_Wudpecker Journal of Food Technology
      -Editorial Board Member_Journal of Environmental Science & Water Resources

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      A blind respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth.
                                                                    Albert Einstein         
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