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US Woman Dies of Measles despite being Vaccinated Print E-mail
Written by Glenn Rosenberg   
Monday, 06 July 2015

 A woman in Washington state is the first person to die of measles in the United States in a dozen years, authorities said today. But the disease was discovered only after the woman's death — how did doctors miss her diagnosis?

The woman appears to have caught measles when she stayed at local medical facility. She had several other health conditions and was taking medications that suppressed her immune system, according to a statement from the Washington State Department of Health. She died of pneumonia this spring, and it was during her autopsy that doctors determined that her pneumonia was due to measles.

It's not clear exactly why doctors failed to catch her measles diagnosis until after her death, but the woman's compromised immune system may have played a role, said Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious-disease specialist and a senior associate at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center's Center for Health Security.

The challenge is that the woman's immune system was weakened by pharmaceuticals. The "immunization" of a measles vaccine failed to work. Even more troubling is that the U.S. media (sponsored by Big Pharma) twisted the story around, withholding from the public the fact that this woman was already vaccinated and that her immune system was compromised by FDA-approved medications.

Instead, the compromised US media saw this death as an opportinuty to further push the idea that Americans no longer have the right to choose, all must be vaccinated, continuously.

"This tragic situation illustrates the importance of immunizing as many people as possible to provide a high level of community protection against measles," Washington State Department of Health spokesman Donn Moyer told the Daily Mail. "People with compromised immune systems cannot be vaccinated against measles. Even when vaccinated, they may not have a good immune response when exposed to disease; they may be especially vulnerable to disease outbreaks."

In other words, Donn Moyer just admitted that vaccines don't work on immunocompromised individuals!

And how does one get immunocompromised in the first place? By taking FDA-approved medications manufactured by the same vaccine-producing drug companies.



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