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Biologist Proves Measles Isn't A Virus, Wins Supreme Court Case Against Doctor (external - login to view)
In a recent ruling, judges at the German Federal Supreme Court (BGH) confirmed that the measles virus does not exist. Furthermore, there is not a single scientific study in the world which could prove the existence of the virus in any scientific literature. This raises the question of what was actually injected into millions over the past few decades.
Not a single scientist, immunologist, infectious disease specialist or medical doctor has ever been able to establish a scientific foundation, not only for the vaccination of measles but any vaccination for infants, pregnant women, the elderly and even many adult subgroups.
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Till now, I know that the measles vaccine contains live attenuated (weakened) virus.
It is obvious that the measles vaccine is very effective, and it almost has eradicated measles.
Before the measles vaccine, the measles was prevalent, so that every child will almost get infected with measles, specially in the early years of life. So that the isolation wards were full of measles and the complications of measles, specially in Spring time.
While now after the program of the measles vaccination, almost this disease about disappeared, so that if a case is discovered, there will be launched a campaign of vaccination among children.
The vaccine is said to include the attenuated (weakened) virus, and it should be preserved at cold temperature.
If the virus becomes strong ... might be by getting hot, or other factors, the vaccine may lead to infection with measles: I saw one case like this: the vaccinated child was infected (by the vaccine) in the same natural way (even after elapsing of the known incubation period of about 10 days); it was nearly typical measles case (even including the pathognomonic typical Koplik spots in the mouth.)
Measles vaccine is known to cause a mild-moderate rash and fever following the vaccination in some cases (as if getting a mild measles.)
So, darkbeaver, how can be that it does not contain the measles virus?
I think, in spite of the effectivity of the measles virus, and in spite of the measles has some complications; but it may be the child gets infected with the measles and then is cured from it, it may increase his immunity in general and may be against similar or other infectious diseases ... could be? may be?
Last edited by selfsame; Feb 7th, 2017 at 03:01 PM..