Dec 15, 2019 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Arkansas judge denies students’ appeal to vaccination policy A judge has denied two University of Arkansas students’ request to block a public health decree that has barred them from attending classes during a mumps outbreak because they don’t have the proper vaccinations. The Arkansas Department of Health issued the public health directive in a Nov. 22 letter that stated students without at least two doses of measles, mumps and rubella vaccine either be vaccinated immediately or be barred from classrooms and school activities for at least 26 days. Brothers Shiloh Isaiah and Benjamin Andrew Bemis asked the Washington County Circuit to issue a temporary injunction, arguing “that the University of Arkansas failed to recognize and uphold our philosophical beliefs as enrolled students — beliefs which include the choice to abstain from vaccinations.”
Comment of The Day!
In the RSB Show 12/10/2019 Hr 2, you aired a question regarding Assemblyman David DiPietro. This is currently posted under the “Comment of the Day “on your website. I think the listener was badly misled and that the Comment of the Day should be revisited! The listener stated that she had “read that Assemblyman David DiPietro wants to ban homeschooling” and was followed by additional comments.
Assemblyman DiPietro, from East Aurora, NY, has bravely been conducting numerous public meetings speaking out about political corruption and greed in NY State. He is against mandated vaccines and the unconstitutional repeal of the religious exemption. He is 100% for parental choice and has no desire to ban homeschooling. He is on our side! Please consider setting the record straight. We need more politicians like David DiPietro!
Thank you for all you do!
David DiPietro, NY District 147, 716-655-0951 and 518-455-5314
A vaccine against chronic inflammatory diseases In animals, a vaccine modifying the composition and function of the gut microbiota provides protection against the onset of chronic inflammatory bowel diseases and certain metabolic disorders, such as diabetes and obesity. This research was conducted by the team of Benoît Chassaing, Inserm researcher at Institut Cochin (Inserm/CNRS/Université de Paris), whose initial findings have been published in Nature Communications. Chronic inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis, are linked to abnormalities of the gut microbiota in humans and in animals. Patients generally present reduced bacterial diversity in their intestinal flora along with excessive levels of bacteria that express a protein called flagellin, which favors their mobility. This enables them to penetrate the layer of mucous that covers the intestinal wall and which is usually sterile. The purpose of this layer is to form a bacteria-resistant wall between the internal digestive tract and the rest of the body, thereby protecting it from the risk of inflammation linked to the presence of the billions of bacteria of the intestinal flora.
Many children with kidney disease may be prescribed drugs that are toxic to the kidneys An analysis of records from primary care practices in the United Kingdom found that many children with kidney disease are prescribed medications that may be toxic to their kidneys. The findings, which appear in an upcoming issue of CJASN, suggest that research is needed to determine whether these medications are necessary and appropriate, or if alternatives could be prescribed instead. For children with chronic kidney disease (CKD), it’s important to limit intake of medications that can damage the kidneys. To study this issue, Claire Lefebvre, MDCM (University of Montreal) and her colleagues analyzed 1997-2017 data on children who received care at general primary care practices in the United Kingdom. Children with CKD were matched 1:4 with patients without CKD. The researchers labeled medications as Category A (consistently recognized as toxic to the kidneys) and Category B (recognized as potentially toxic to the kidneys).
FDA testing levels of carcinogen in diabetes drug metformin Levels of possible cancer-causing chemicals in metformin diabetes medications are under investigation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. During the past year and a half, several types of drugs—including angiotensin II receptor blockers and ranitidine (Zantac)—have been found to contain small amounts of genotoxic substances called nitrosamines, such as N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). Exposure to genotoxic substances above acceptable levels over long periods may increase the risk for cancer, the FDA said. The FDA has been investigating the presence of nitrosamines in other drug products, and some metformin diabetes medicines in other countries were reported to have low levels of NDMA, according to Janet Woodcock, M.D., director of the FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. But NDMA levels in metformin drugs abroad are within the range that naturally occurs in some foods and in water, she noted. Nonetheless, regulators in some other countries are recalling certain metformin drugs, Woodcock said. No metformin recalls affect the U.S. market at the moment.
Hour 2 ENCORE – vScienceBites With Dr. Sherri Tenpenny! *Airing on Natural News Radio*
“Small bites you can remember
to bite them in the behind”
- The Illness: Measles
The first symptoms of measles occur after a 10- to 14-day incubation period that follows wild measles virus exposure from a measles-infected person. A systematic review estimated the median incubation period to be 12.5 days
The prodromal stage – looks like any other common respiratory infection: onset of fever, malaise, conjunctivitis, runny nose, and cough and lasts 2 to 4 days. The temperature rises over the next 4 days and may reach as high as 40.6°C. (105F)
Sometimes, a blue-white plaque can appear on the inside cheek near the molars. This is called a Koplik spot, and is believed to be the classic sign of a measles infection. The Koplik spots are believed to occur in greater than 70% of measles patients
The measles rash, which is a flat red rash, starts about 14 days after exposure and spreads from the face down the trunk to the extremities. Notably, it can blanch with pressure. During the next 3 to 4 days, the rash fades in the order of its appearance and assumes a non-blanching brownish appearance.
The most common complication is ear infection, pneumonia and diarrhea. Brain encephalitis – called SSPE – is thought to be rare and occur primarily in children who are Vitamin A deficient – and I would add children who are Vitamin D and iodine deficit are also at risk.
- The Vaccine: history
The attenuated Edmonston strain of measles was first discovered in September 1958. It was passed human amnion cells 28 times followed by 24 passages through monkey kidney cells to weaken, or attenuate, the virus. It was first tested on 13 mentally retarded, institutionalized residents of a state institution.. The measles vaccine was first licensed in 1963; mumps in 1967 and rubella in 1969. Here’s the link to that article, published in 1962 in the Am Journal of Health – Nations Health in 1962: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1522581/
- The Vaccine: ingredients
MMR Package insert: https://www.fda.gov/media/75191/download
Each 0.5 mL dose contains not less than 1,000 units of measles virus; 12,500 units of mumps virus; and 1,000 units of rubella virus.
Each dose contains:
- 5 mg of sorbitol
- 5 mg of hydrolyzed gelatin
- 3 mg of recombinant human albumin
- 25 mcg of neomycin
- Fetal bovine serum
- other buffers and media ingredients
Gelatin is added to many vaccines as a heat stabilizer. Japanese researchers found a strong association between immediate hypersensitivity reactions – anaphylaxis – vaccines with gelatin: MMR, Varicella, Zostavax, and Jap Enceph. They found IgE antibodies to gelatin.
This study: “Prevalence of Anti-Gelatin IgE Antibodies in People With Anaphylaxis After Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccine in the United States” was published in Pediatrics in 2002 – https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/110/6/e71.full
“Almost one fourth of patients with reported anaphylaxis after MMR seem to have hypersensitivity to gelatin in the vaccine.
In 2000, Japanese researchers published a study entitled, “Change in gelatin content of vaccines associated with reduction in reports of allergic reactions.” https://www.jacionline.org/article/S0091-6749%2800%2968940-6/fulltext
They found that porcine gelatin was less reactive than bovine gelatin, but the investigators believe that the MMR anaphylaxis stopped because manufacturers discontinued making gelatin-containing DTaP – so they were not previously sensitized when given the MMR.
Now, interestingly study, “Removal of gelatin from live vaccines and DTaP-an ultimate solution for vaccine-related gelatin allergy.”
published in the journal Biologicals in 2003 found this: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14624794
“From the early 1990s, infants received gelatin-containing DTaP. Then, when they received gelatin-containing MMR, there was a huge increase number of cases of allergic reactions and anaphylaxis. These reactions dramatically decreased immediately after each manufacturer marketed gelatin-free or gelatin (hypo-allergenic) measles vaccine. Since the end of 1998 reports on anaphylactic/allergic reactions to live measles vaccine have almost ceased
Question: Can you contract measles from the vaccine or from those vaccinated with the measles vaccines.
To answer that, we have two articles:
The first article, “Local public health response to vaccine-associated measles: case report,” was published in BioMed Central’s Public Health Journal in 2013. Local public health response to vaccine-associated measles: case report (pdf)
This is a case report of a five-year-old Canadian-born by who received a stem cell transplant at two years of age and then received an MMR vaccine about 3 years later. He then contracted all the signs/symptoms of measles. Blood tests and swabs were positive for measles and the WHO confirmed it was genotype A- vaccine strain measles.
Vaccine-associated measles infections are clinically indistinguishable from wild-type measles and have occurred in both healthy and immunocompromised children
A second was a case report was published in December, 2013 in the Journal of Eurosurveillance https://www.eurosurveillance.org/content/10.2807/1560-7917.ES2013.18.49.20649
In this report we describe a case of measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine-associated measles illness that was positive by both PCR and IgM, five weeks after administration of the MMR vaccine. Virus genotype was determined by the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, Canada as vaccine strain, genotype A,
***Comment: For those who say that a vaccine cannot cause an illness, here are two solid example of measles being caused by an MMR vaccine.