The Diseases


MMR/MR vaccines
Merck MMR mumps component fraud
Mumps and Vitamin C
Beneficial effects of mumps
Mumps Fearmongering

Dr. Andy Wakefield

[2016 Aug] Mumps outbreak sweeps Long Beach; affected residents had already been vaccinated

Ohio State has the mumps, all but one infected were vaccinated  a city health department spokesman, Jose Rodriguez, said that mumps cases at Ohio State University have grown to 28 cases. Rodriguez said all but one of those infected had received at least one dose of the mumps vaccine.

[2012 Oct] Mumps Protects Against Ovarian Cancer: Vaccine Steals the Protection

  June 2012, the single mumps vaccine Medi-Mumps cultured on dog kidney cells was advertised for use at a number of private clinics as an alternative option to the MMR. It has since been discovered however, that Medi-Mumps is in fact the banned, unlicensed vaccine Pavivac. To cover this up, just like the MMR vaccine Pluserix, the vaccine was repackaged and given a new name. 

AofA Science Summary: Do Childhood Mumps Protect Against Ovarian Cancer?

  The new vaccine is cultured on canine kidney cells instead of chick embryos making it suitable for those children allergic to eggs; however, the new wonder vaccine may not be suitable for those allergic to dogs.

[2009 Dec] Not Immune From Mumps  But perhaps the most frustrating news to some parents is that most of the affected patients had received their proper two-dose vaccination as children — 83 percent, according to the CDC.

[2009] A prolonged mumps outbreak among highly vaccinated Aboriginal people in the Kimberley region of Western Australia

[2009 April] Government Risks Male Sterility As Mumps Vaccine Fails

[Letter BMJ May 2005. Mumps] --Taylor
[Letter BMJ May 2005]
False Government Mumps Scare Stories--Clifford G. Miller,
[Letter BMJ May 2005 Mumps] --Hancock.

MUMPS, DO WE NEED TO WORRY? By Dr. Jayne Donegan

The Medical Time Bomb of Immunisation Against Disease--Dr Mendelsohn MD

[PROVE April 2006] Recent Mumps Cases and Air Travel

[April 2008] MMR: Major mumps outbreak proves the vaccine doesn’t work

''Burning balls?? Just to liven up your Saturday night, here is an ad I used in a slide for an upcoming talk I am giving in San Francisco. They will do anything to scare people into vaccinating. Never mind that the stimulus for this idea was an outbreak at Berkeley where 76% of cases were twice vaccinated and then in 2016 at Harvard they were all vaccinated. Gotta love it . .
  ''  ~  Suzanne Humphries, MD