It's a crucial book, because it also fills in some "history" that you people should know about how the "other" side (not the pro-vaccine people) work in attempting to divide and rule.
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5/16/06 at 9:03pm
Originally Posted by Jen123
Why didn't Missouri get a mention. I know of at least , a minimum of five cases in just my county.
|(AP) Concerned by the recent mumps outbreak in the Midwest, federal health officials plan to review their advice for mumps shots.
Possible changes could include new vaccine requirements for health-care providers in the mumps-stricken areas, said Curtis Allen, spokesman for the centers' National Immunization Program. The vaccine advisory committee has a meeting set for Wednesday.
|More than 3,200 mumps cases have been reported in 12 states, mostly in the Midwest. No deaths and few hospitalizations have been reported from the current epidemic, but the numbers dwarf mumps reports from recent years.|