FAIL: 26% Contract Measles Despite 2 or More Measles-Containing Vaccines, New Chinese Study Finds
They go on to reference research indicating that measles vaccine effectiveness may be as low as 23.1% for one dose. They also reference a long-term study of measles antibodies in children who have been vaccinated early (at 9 months) during an outbreak in The Netherlands which found that “children vaccinated at 9 months had significantly lower concentrations of measles antibodies compared to a control group at 4 years of age,” indicating that vaccinating at an early age is not producing measles immunity as commonly believed.
The study concluded with the following dismal prospects for the much heralded high effectiveness of the measles vaccination programs:
“This analysis of measles cases in Tianjin found that among children with a recorded vaccine history, a substantial number of those who contracted measles had received at least one MCV dose. Although time-to-diagnosis following vaccination increases with receipt of each successive dose of measles vaccine, the fact that 8.5% of cases in the surveillance dataset and 26% in the case series contracted measles despite 2 or more doses of MCV is surprising
via GreenMedInfo FAIL: 26% Contract Measles Despite 2 or More Measles-Containing