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It is funny that the outbreak of measles at Disneyland was mentioned in Ben Bromley’s March 6 editorial about making vaccinations mandatory in the paper.

In that outbreak, there were 36 percent unvaccinated who got infected so that means that a whopping 64 percent of those who were already vaccinated also got infected. So right there it proves that vaccinations don’t work.

The measles-mumps-rubella vaccine is a live virus that is injected into a person and in turn that person is capable of transmitting it to someone else. This is called shedding. The MMR vaccine is a panacea since the rate of infection causing death had already dropped to nil when the Food and Drug Administration approved it in 1963. However, the MMR vaccine has caused more than 100 deaths since the adverse events reporting system was started.

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Now isn’t that a fun fact? There is now a 1 in 42 chance of autism in boys according to Discover v38 n6. I would rather risk the 1-in-100,000 chance of death from infection according to YouTube than the risk of autism, like what happened with Jenny McCarthy’s child.

Paul Anderson, Baraboo

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