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Thursday, 9 May 2013

"BBC Jersey Join The Vaccine Venture & A Letter To Health"

Jersey's health department offers measles immunisation


Measles immunisation is to be offered for school age children in Jersey, following an epidemic in the UK.
More than 1,000 cases have been reported in the south of Wales and hundreds in the north of England.
A free measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) immunisation clinic will be held at the General Hospital between 10:00 and 12:00 BST on Saturday.
Children require two doses to be fully immunised. These are usually given at 12 months and three years.
Concerns over the safety of the MMR vaccine, voiced a decade ago, prompted some parents to forego these doses for their children.
Dr Linda Diggle, Jersey's head of healthcare programmes, said: ""Uptake of the MMR vaccine in Jersey plummeted in the years between 2002 and 2005 and these children are now 10 to 13."
The measles virus is extremely infectious and potentially fatal.
The public health team at the Health and Social Services Department has written to parents of children in school years five to eight, whose records show they have not received both doses.
Parents who attend the clinic have been asked to take their child's Red Book, which acts as a log for all immunisations.
No appointments are necessary but the clinic is not available for adults.

"Open Letter To Our Health Minister"

Sent:09 May 2013 12:29:11
To:a.pryke@gov.je (a.pryke@gov.je)
Dear Health Minister

I have noticed over the last few weeks that the JEP, Channel TV, and now BBC Jersey are promoting vaccines, particularly the MMR vaccine. I have done some research over the past few years on vaccines and I must confess that I cannot find any individual or group outside of Government or the Pharmaceutical Industry that has anything good to say about vaccines. In fact, everything I have researched points to the complete opposite.

If vaccines are safe, as being asserted by some of Jersey's government health practitioners, could you please ask these experts to publish a paper declaring the entire contents of these vaccines for the benefit of parents in Jersey as I am sure you would want to allay the fears of the public which you have been elected to serve.

I look forward to the publishing of a full and comprehensive paper on the subject in the near future.


Yours sincerely


Ian Evans


I think all parents should Google "Are Vaccines Safe?". Of course, I am no expert and have no medical qualifications, I am just asking people to do lots of research on this subject.


Dr. Andrew Wakefield response to the measles outbreak in South Wales






4 comments:

  1. This from "The Filthy Rag" yesterday....

    "Uptake of the jab plummeted between 2002 and 2005 after now-discredited claims that the vaccine could be linked to autism."


    Hmmm?

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  2. more proof ourlying media will print anything they are told to buy the goverment

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  3. Everything government does is a false flag!

    And to anon who just posted a comment, FUCK OFF :)

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