Women and the RUBELLA vaccination

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by dojomo, Nov 9, 2002.

  1. dojomo

    dojomo New Member

    Women are definately recieving vaccines for rubella more frequently than men......So my mind is wondering again...because I know that being female is the biggest CLUE we have.......I could be way off...but it is saturday and I'm bored...LOL



    RECOMMENDATION
    Routine screening for rubella susceptibility by history of vaccination or by serology is recommended for all women of childbearing age at their first clinical encounter. Susceptible nonpregnant women should be offered rubella vaccination; susceptible pregnant women should be vaccinated immediately after delivery. An equally acceptable alternative for nonpregnant women of childbearing age is to offer vaccination against rubella without screening (see Clinical Intervention). There is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against screening or routine vaccination of young men in settings where large numbers of susceptible young adults of both sexes congregate, such as military bases and colleges. Routine screening or vaccination of other young men, of older men, and of postmenopausal women is not recommended.


    Women are routinely tested for rubella immunity before marriage, and those susceptible are promptly vaccinated if they are not pregnant. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that women be tested again at the time of their first obstetrical visit, and that those found to lack rubella immunity be vaccinated in the postpartum period. The vaccine manufacturer states that it has been found "convenient" to vaccinate women in the postpartum period, but adds that "caution should be exercised." The monovalent rubella vaccine was used exclusively in the past. Lately, the MMR vaccine, on the recommendation of the CDC, has largely replaced it
    Rubella Vaccine

    Here is an old article I dug up from 1988.

    Is RA27/3 Rubella immunization a cause of chronic fatigue (MEDICAL HYPOTHESES 1988 27 pgs. 217-220)

    Abstract--Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (primary fibrositis syndrome, major affective disorder ,etc.) have elevated IgG serum antibodies to multiple common viruses. Only IgG Rubella antibodies are positively correlated with the intensity of symptoms and have a height that is clearly significant compared to healthy controls. The lymphotrophic properties of the rubella virus could account for the multiple elevated antibodies. Adult women are over-represented in the population of patients with chronic fatigue, and are especially susceptible to developing such symptoms following exposure to attenuated rubella new more potent strain of live rubella vaccine strain RA27/3 was introduced in 1979.Within three years reports of patients with chronic fatigue began surfacing in the literature. Considering all this, the possible role of rubella immunizations in the etiology of chronic fatigue syndromes deserves further study.

    I wonder why there has been little study on this recently......and if there can be a connection.......?

    Anyone have a history of being Re-vaccinated as an adult or young adult?
    I know I have give hundreds if not a thousand Rubella vaccintions as a OB nurse..........Something to think about today...............DJ
  2. dojomo

    dojomo New Member

    Women are definately recieving vaccines for rubella more frequently than men......So my mind is wondering again...because I know that being female is the biggest CLUE we have.......I could be way off...but it is saturday and I'm bored...LOL



    RECOMMENDATION
    Routine screening for rubella susceptibility by history of vaccination or by serology is recommended for all women of childbearing age at their first clinical encounter. Susceptible nonpregnant women should be offered rubella vaccination; susceptible pregnant women should be vaccinated immediately after delivery. An equally acceptable alternative for nonpregnant women of childbearing age is to offer vaccination against rubella without screening (see Clinical Intervention). There is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against screening or routine vaccination of young men in settings where large numbers of susceptible young adults of both sexes congregate, such as military bases and colleges. Routine screening or vaccination of other young men, of older men, and of postmenopausal women is not recommended.


    Women are routinely tested for rubella immunity before marriage, and those susceptible are promptly vaccinated if they are not pregnant. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that women be tested again at the time of their first obstetrical visit, and that those found to lack rubella immunity be vaccinated in the postpartum period. The vaccine manufacturer states that it has been found "convenient" to vaccinate women in the postpartum period, but adds that "caution should be exercised." The monovalent rubella vaccine was used exclusively in the past. Lately, the MMR vaccine, on the recommendation of the CDC, has largely replaced it
    Rubella Vaccine

    Here is an old article I dug up from 1988.

    Is RA27/3 Rubella immunization a cause of chronic fatigue (MEDICAL HYPOTHESES 1988 27 pgs. 217-220)

    Abstract--Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (primary fibrositis syndrome, major affective disorder ,etc.) have elevated IgG serum antibodies to multiple common viruses. Only IgG Rubella antibodies are positively correlated with the intensity of symptoms and have a height that is clearly significant compared to healthy controls. The lymphotrophic properties of the rubella virus could account for the multiple elevated antibodies. Adult women are over-represented in the population of patients with chronic fatigue, and are especially susceptible to developing such symptoms following exposure to attenuated rubella new more potent strain of live rubella vaccine strain RA27/3 was introduced in 1979.Within three years reports of patients with chronic fatigue began surfacing in the literature. Considering all this, the possible role of rubella immunizations in the etiology of chronic fatigue syndromes deserves further study.

    I wonder why there has been little study on this recently......and if there can be a connection.......?

    Anyone have a history of being Re-vaccinated as an adult or young adult?
    I know I have give hundreds if not a thousand Rubella vaccintions as a OB nurse..........Something to think about today...............DJ
  3. tes

    tes New Member

    I had a rubella vaccination after my first baby(about 4 years ago). I've been sick with fm for about 9 years. However, I have gotten progressively worse since I've had my children. Any connection? Last December, I had the flu vaccination and in July I had the tetnus shot. This year, by far, has been the worst year ever for me. I read somewhere that any vaccination could put fm suffers into bad and long flares. I also have been wondering if there is some connection to this. I have developed sooo many new fm symptoms this past year and all I know is that I'm never taking anymore vaccinations.lol. Glad you brought this to our attention.

    God Bless
    Tes
  4. teach6

    teach6 New Member

    Before I thought about having children I went to the health department where we lived and got a rubella vaccine because as a teacher I figured my risk for contracting the virus was higher than average. I also knew I had not had rubella as a child.

    When I became pregnant with my first child my doc ran routine blood tests including a rubella titer, which showed I was not immune to rubella. After my son was born I was again vaccinated. Three years later I was pregnant again and my new doc in VA ran the same blood tests and my immunity was still not showing up. After my second son was born I was vaccinated a third time.

    When I became pregnant with my a daughter three years lat, surprise! I was not showing immunity. This time I was with the same doc and he said that since he knew I had had the vaccine three times already he saw no sense in revaccinating me again.

    I know my CFIDS/FM doc took notice when I mentioned this to him. I don't know what it means. My illness was gradual onsset and I have not pin pointed a date of origin yet. It could well have been after one of those vaccinations, however I really do no recall being ill with anything except colds and urinary tract infections.

    Barbara
  5. monom

    monom Member

    To dojomo:

    Thank you for this article,I think Rubella has very high reason for my fatigue,in the begining I got very sick and
    no body thought of the vaccine and after that I was not normal and not strong for mid-20th man,I was always weak but I thought the school and work causing it.Three years after vaccine I had no work load and I was still weak then too.

    I think your point and article is right on the nose.I have
    read many books in these areas of medicine and seen alot of Drs.I support your opinion 100%,hoping your follow up and
    our supports you would get there.How can we fix it?

    I think you should bring this post to first page for more response.

    Thank you and good luck.
    [This Message was Edited on 11/09/2002]
  6. dojomo

    dojomo New Member

    The only study I could access is the 1988 study.....but there are many more I couldn't pull up.....but I think that our answers have already been discovered...and older literature could be the clue....The government has a way of selecting and funding only studies they want...so very little current investigations have been done.....but I found studies I can't get a hold of to read....


    Rubella vaccine adverse reactions
    Austin SM, et al.    Joint reactions in children vaccinated against rubella. I. Comparison of two vaccines. Am J Epidemiol. 1972 Jan;95(1):53-8. No abstract available.PMID: 5061698; UI: 72080684. 


    Bartos HR.  Thrombocytopenia associated with rubella vaccination. N Y State J Med. 1972 Feb 15;72(4):499. No abstract available.PMID: 4501388; UI: 72119111  


    Behan PO.      Diffuse myelitis associated with rubella vaccination [letter]. Br Med J. 1977 Jan 15;1(6054):166. No abstract available.PMID: 832049; UI: 77088653.


    Cooper LZ, Ziring PR, Weiss HJ, Matters BA, Krugman S.Transient arthritis after rubella vaccination.Am J Dis Child. 1969 Aug;118(2):218-25. No abstract available.PMID: 5794817 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


    Delaney JJ.      Problems of rubella vaccination in adult women. Rocky Mt Med J. 1970 Oct;67(10):53-6. No abstract available.PMID: 5472053; UI: 71010716.


    Gold JA. Arthritis after rubella vaccination of women. N Engl J Med. 1969 Jul 10;281(2):109. No abstract available.PMID: 5784773; UI: 69205374.


    Howson CP, et al. Chronic arthritis after rubella vaccination. Clin Infect Dis. 1992 Aug;15(2):307-12. Review. PMID: 1520764; UI: 92392957


    Hulbert TV, et al.   Bilateral hearing loss after measles and rubella vaccination in an adult. N Engl J Med. 1991 Jul 11;325(2):134. No abstract available.PMID: 2052052; UI: 91270316.


    Kilroy AW, Schaffner W, Fleet WF Jr, Lefkowitz LB Jr, Karzon DT, Fenichel GM.Two syndromes following rubella immunization. Clinical observations and epidemiological studies.JAMA. 1970 Dec 28;214(13):2287-92. No abstract available.PMID: 5536887 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


    Kline LB, et al. [See Related Articles] Optic neuritis and myelitis following rubella vaccination. Arch Neurol. 1982 Jul;39(7):443-4. No abstract available.PMID: 7103782; UI: 82256057.


    Mitchell LA, et al. HLA-DR class II associations with rubella vaccine-induced joint manifestations. J Infect Dis. 1998 Jan;177(1):5-12. PMID: 9419163; UI: 98078972.


    Moss JT.        Reactions to rubella vaccinations. Aust Fam Physician. 1986 Dec;15(12):1543, 1546. No abstract available.PMID: 3800771; UI: 87099584.


    Muhlebach-Sponer M, et al.   Intrathecal rubella antibodies in an adolescent with Guillain-Barre syndrome after mumps-measles-rubella vaccination. Eur J Pediatr. 1995 Feb;154(2):166. No abstract available.PMID: 7720751; UI: 95237246.


    Nakazono N, et al.Factors associated with clinical reactions to rubella vaccination in women. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 1987 Jun;25(3):207-16. PMID: 2886379; UI: 87276843.


    Polk BF, et al A controlled comparison of joint reactions among women receiving one of two rubella vaccines. Am J Epidemiol. 1982 Jan;115(1):19-25. Review. PMID: 7034531; UI: 82110889.


    Peters ME, et al. Bone changes after rubella vaccination. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 1984 Jul;143(1):27-8. No abstract available. PMID: 6610325; UI: 84228049.


    Ray, P, et al. Risk of chronic arthropathy among women after rubella vaccination. Vaccine Safety Datalink Team. JAMA. 1997 Aug 20;278(7):551-6. PMID: 9268275; UI: 97412162.


    Spruance SL, et al. Chronic arthropathy associated with rubella vaccination. Arthritis Rheum. 1977 Mar;20(2):741-7. PMID: 849368; UI: 77157350.


    Stevenson VL, et al. Optic neuritis following measles/rubella vaccination in two 13-year-old children. Br J Ophthalmol. 1996 Dec;80(12):1110-1. No abstract available.PMID: 9059281; UI: 97212425.

    Speier JE.Complications of rubella vaccination.JAMA. 1970 Sep 28;213(13):2272. No abstract available.PMID: 5468941 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


    Thompson GR, Weiss JJ, Shillis JL, Brackett RG.Intermittent arthritis following rubella vaccination. A three-year follow-up.Am J Dis Child. 1973 Apr;125(4):526-30. No abstract available.PMID: 4699891 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


    Tingle AJ, Chantler JK, Pot KH, Paty DW, Ford DK.Postpartum rubella immunization: association with development of prolonged arthritis, neurological sequelae, and chronic rubella viremia.J Infect Dis. 1985 Sep;152(3):606-12.PMID: 4031558 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


    Tingle AJ, et al. Randomised double-blind placebo-controlled study on adverse effects of rubella immunisation in seronegative women. Lancet. 1997 May 3;349(9061):1277-81. PMID: 9142061; UI: 97286969.


    Vejtorp M, Leerhoy J.[The risk of rubella-induced fetal damage].Ugeskr Laeger. 1978 Aug 21;140(34):2031-4. Danish. No abstract available.PMID: 98886; UI: 78251602


    Weibel RE (1996)., et al Chronic arthropathy and musculoskeletal symptoms associated with rubella vaccines. A review of 124 claims submitted to the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. Arthritis Rheum. 1996 Sep;39(9):1529-34. PMID: 8814065; UI: 96409082.


    Wallace RB, Libert P, Ibrahim M, Isacson P.Joint symptoms following an area-wide rubella immunization campaign--report of a survey.Am J Public Health. 1972 May;62(5):658-61. No abstract available.PMID: 5024291 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


    Rubella vaccine linked to Epstein-Barr Virus—Dr Mendelsohn MD (1987)
    GBS 18 years following rubella vaccine
    The Chronic Rubella Viremia
    Support Group, South 20655 Brown Rd., Cataldo ID 83810, (208) 689-3925...


    The Chronic Rubella Viremia Support Group is a group of over 200 health care professionals who submitted to rubella vaccination and ended up with chronic debilitating symptoms attributable to rubella vaccine.  The founder of the group, Katy Fox, RN, suspects that many other health professionals were adversely affected by the rubella vaccine.  When 20/20 did a story on the subject, she says, over 600 people responded.

  7. dojomo

    dojomo New Member



    Dr. F. Edward Yazbak, MD - Maternal Vaccination - Before During and After
    Pregnancy - opens a new area of research that begins to explore the impact
    of vaccinations given to mothers, and the disastrous cascade of events that
    follow when infants are pre-sensitized. Dr. Yazbak was a pediatrician in
    private practice and also worked as a school physician in Rhode Island for
    35 years where he assisted the department of health in coordinating mass
    vaccination campaigns against polio, measles and meningitis.

    "The group of children we have now is the most vaccinated group ever. We
    have never seen more children vaccinated with more vaccines than the ones
    that are living right now. But more importantly, and this is where my study
    comes in, the mothers of these children are the most vaccinated ever, and
    have the most immune diseases ever in the history of the world."

    Dr. Yazback showed a photo of a beautiful baby- his grandson, saying, "I
    can assure you this boy does not have any chromosomal aberrations or
    metabolic defects. He has one problem though. He has already received two
    hepatitis B shots, that unfortunately, with shame, I gave to him." He
    talked with passion about his grandson, who on returning to France was
    given 3 more hepatitis B shots because the French authorities refused to
    believe he had already been vaccinated. "But we had to wait for the MMR -
    four weeks after the MMR, the life is gone - the eyes are gone. So anyone
    who comes and tells me that MMR did not precipitate this disease, I'd be
    glad to talk with them."

    In a voice laden with emotion, Dr. Yazbak showed another slide of his
    grandson eight weeks after the MMR saying "This picture shows the full
    throws of an immune insult. He is fighting - look at his face - he is
    fighting. Eight weeks after his MMR shot he is gone. This boy is a hero. He
    went to Royal Free Hospital in July 1999, and was diagnosed with what you
    have heard about from Dr. Wakefield - autistic enterocolitis."
    His grandson's vaccine injury has inspired Dr. Yazbak to find out why some
    children are predisposed to developing autism. Dr. Yazbak's daughter had
    postulated that the mother who needs to be re-vaccinated in adulthood
    because of failing or absent antibodies to a vaccine she has already
    received denotes that she has an immune problem and predisposes her
    children to autism, proving two things - that if in the future we find
    women who have been vaccinated and have no titers, or have developed titers
    and have lost them, we should not revaccinate them and that the problem is
    not with the vaccine, but with the recipient, the vaccinee.

    Dr. Yazbak devised a questionnaire that was posted on the internet by Dawn
    Richardson, president of PROVE (Parents Requesting Open Vaccine Education).
    He received 400 responses in a few weeks. " Very quickly I realized that
    some women had been vaccinated just around pregnancy with disastrous
    results." His research has focused on what happens to children whose
    mothers have been vaccinated before or during pregnancy and shortly after
    birth. The vaccine challenge to the mother's immune system can subsequently
    impact on her children, predisposing them to immune and neurological insult
    when they themselves are then vaccinated in infancy and childhood.
    He talked about immune fragility around pregnancy. Women whose rubella
    titers have declined are told they should get rubella vaccine after birth
    but are not told that the live rubella virus is secreted in her milk. The
    immunological consequences to infants exposed to live rubella virus during
    breastfeeding, and who are then subsequently vaccinated with live virus
    vaccine has not been studied, until
    Dr. Yazbak began to investigate these
    cases. Not a single woman of the 400 he studied was informed that rubella
    virus passes through to the baby in her breast milk. According to Merck's
    product monograph, it is not known whether live measles and mumps virus is
    also secreted during lactation, but caution is urged during nursing.

    "What happens to women that are vaccinated postpartum? This is what I have
    found - totally new findings. Several healthy mothers get vaccinated and
    horrible things begin to happen. They develop symptoms of arthritis, of
    thyroid, and other immune difficulties, but more importantly they start
    having still births and miscarriages. I'm saying this for the first time.
    I'm relating obstetrical failure to immune insults from a vaccine. After
    all this is said and done, they are still rubella and measles susceptible
    and even worse, they have an unbelievable incidence of autism in their
    children, plus other disabilities. So we have to have serious studies that
    look at the immune fragility of women around pregnancy. This is not a good
    time to give vaccines to anybody. She has enough on her mind having a baby."

    As an example of what can happen when the mother's immune system has been
    tampered with, Dr. Yazbak related the tragic events in one family. This
    mother's first pregnancy resulted in a daughter who is now 22 years old, in
    good health and in college.

    Her second child, a boy, died at the age of three months of SIDS which Dr.
    Yazbak emphasized is a huge red flag for immune problems. Her next child a
    boy was born in 1979. The following day, the mother received an MMR vaccine.
    The boy was breastfed for six months and received his first MMR vaccine at
    15 months. "The circuit closes and he now develops autism at the age of 18
    months - bang! bang! We're now starting to see that when the child gets the
    MMR, it closes the circuit - that's the concept." The child stopped talking
    - he became withdrawn, refused to be held, and reacted to any change with
    severe temper tantrums. Simultaneously, he also started with prolonged
    diarrhea. His chromosomal analysis is normal.

    "Then this mother has two children, age 17 and 19 with serious learning
    disabilities. And then this poor woman has three boys back to back with
    diagnosed PDD (pervasive developmental disorder) with reduced IQ's. And
    things don't stop there. She then she gives birth to a small preemie, a
    little girl with hypo-plastic left heart syndrome. She has only one kidney,
    she lives two days and then she dies. The family history, after a very
    extensive workup, on both sides is totally negative for autism and the
    mother's chromosomal studies were normal."

    In the following case, Dr. Yazbak draws our attention to breastfed babies'
    vulnerability on exposure to live rubella virus in their mother's milk.

    "This mother who was born in 1953 delivered her first child in November
    1984 and was given a rubella vaccine shortly thereafter. This girl was not
    breastfed and is normal. The mother then had three miscarriages before
    conceiving her second child, a boy who was born 9/8/1987. Again the mother
    was given a rubella vaccine shortly after delivery, and this time she
    breastfed her baby for four months. This child develops autism after
    getting an MMR. The third child, a daughter was born on 11/28/1988. The
    mother was given yet a third postpartum rubella booster and also breastfed
    this child who now has severe dyslexia, ADHD and learning disabilities.
    This woman was given 3 rubella vaccines within 4 years.


    The CDC ( Center for Disease Control and Prevention in the U.S) recommends
    that women be screened prenatally for rubella susceptibility, and should be
    vaccinated post partum to 'protect' them in future pregnancies from
    contracting rubella. It cautions that women should not be vaccinated during
    pregnancy with a live virus vaccine, and should not be vaccinated 1-3
    months before pregnancy. Dr. Yazbak revealed that they had conducted a
    registry of vaccines given in pregnancy for 17 years - "a huge registry, in
    which they wanted to look at the possibility of the vaccine causing
    congenital rubella syndrome. In 17 years, they found no cases of damage
    from the vaccine. But they were ONLY look for congenital rubella syndrome",
    not for any other health problems that could have arisen from vaccinating
    pregnant women.


    Dr. Yazbak soon found 18 cases of women who were vaccinated around
    pregnancy. Every one of them but one, had serious, disastrous results. "The
    first one was a woman who had been previously vaccinated, and received an
    MMR in college and another one in post graduate training and was still
    measles susceptible. They then proceeded to give her another MMR shot when
    she was pregnant with twins. One infant was stillborn, and the other child
    also had problems with sensory integration difficulties, and multiple
    social difficulties also. After all this, the mother is still susceptible.
    So this woman was given more vaccine - 6 measles vaccines and she is still
    susceptible."


    "The following one is a disastrous case. This woman had a premature baby,
    and the obstetrician said, "next time you're pregnant we're going to put a
    band around your cervix." She gets pregnant, and at 13 weeks he takes her
    in to put a band around her cervix, and gives her a rubella vaccine.
    Fourteen weeks later, she delivers a premature baby girl - a very stormy
    start and the baby is in intensive care with two bouts of sepsis, one bout
    of necrotizing enterocolitis, continuous apnea spells, continuous
    bradychardiac problems - bells and sirens ringing as these things are
    happening. In the middle of all this, the baby is injected with the first
    shot of vaccines. She survived the first set. The second one almost killed
    her causing hyporesponsive- hyporeflexive attacks. Eventually the baby is
    sent home on oxygen and monitors, and very quickly is noted to have
    developmental delays, and had early onset autism (autism that sets in
    before the age of one)."


    He spoke of 76 women he has been studying who were vaccinated around
    pregnancy. "Fifty eight of these mothers have children with ASD (autistic
    spectrum disorders) diagnosed. 76% of the total number are diagnosed with
    ASD, and another 13% are on their way to be diagnosed, and of these, I know
    already that a good 12% have been diagnosed already. These children have
    the same findings involving the gut as Dr. Wakefield has found in England.
    Four mothers have other problems, and one mother has an intact and only
    daughter."
    "There are 9 mothers who were vaccinated before conception, and 9 who were
    vaccinated during pregnancy. Of the first group, 8 received the MMR vaccine
    - 7 had children with autism, of which there were 6 boys and one girl. Five
    of these had early onset autism, before the age of 7 months. One boy had
    severe developmental delay and will be diagnosed with autism very soon. The
    ninth mother who received rubella vaccine had a girl with decreased muscle
    tone, and hypotonic - nothing serious, and is not autistic."
    "This is a very important group because for the very first time, I'm
    revealing to you that measles vaccine causes more trouble than rubella
    vaccine if given pre-conception. This has never been reported before. Now
    in the second group, nine mothers were vaccinated during pregnancy. Two had
    MMR, three had the measles, three had the rubella, and the last one who
    went to Thailand was bitten by a dog and was given live virus rabies
    vaccine. After two shots, she realized she was pregnant and the vaccine was
    discontinued. Seven of these children had early onset autism (5 boys and
    two girls), and two have ASD."


    "Of the 76 cases, there are 18 who were vaccinated around conception, and
    58 just after delivery. Thirty mothers had the MMR and 28 had the rubella
    vaccine. Forty four had children with autism - either regular autism,
    Asperger's syndrome or PDD - 76%. Nine had children with developmental
    delays and severe ADHD, four had children with immune and other
    difficulties, and one had the girl who was not breastfed and is intact.
    Thank God I have one child in my study who is okay."

    "Let us look at those 44 with autism. Twenty resulted from that pregnancy,
    and 23 from the following pregnancy. In one case the woman had two
    children, the one just before the vaccination and the following one.
    Looking at postpartum cases only, I'm looking at 20 mothers with only one
    child. Thirteen out of twenty have diagnosed autism, and 4 are ready to be
    diagnosed, and I'm sure will be diagnosed. Two have immune issues, and the
    last one is that pretty girl that thank God came out scott free."

    "Now what happens to subsequent children - here you are. Thirty eight
    mothers had more than one child. Twenty three out of 38 have been diagnosed
    with autism. These are horrible numbers!!! Four have developmental delays,
    3 have immunological issues, and 10 were normal. There were two sets of
    twins, so there is a total of 40, not 38. There are always more boys
    affected than girls."
    "Breastfeeding after the mother has received live virus vaccine is
    dangerous to the baby - it's not the fault of the breastfeeding - but you
    cannot breastfeed and be vaccinated. So the best thing you can do is DO NOT
    GET VACCINATED IF YOU WANT TO BREASTFEED."

    He spoke of another tragic case of a woman who is HIV positive, and
    according to HIV protocol, she has to get MMR every 2 -3 years. "They give
    her the first one when she was 3 months pregnant. The child is born and has
    no HIV, but they give him an MMR at the age of six months --although there
    is absolutely no need - but he is on the HIV protocol. At 18 months they
    give him another one and he becomes autistic at two years. Then the mother
    has 2 miscarriages, is pregnant again and has to get another MMR. This is
    what happens when the mother has immune problems - she gets vaccinated
    again and again and her child develops autism -and she now has lupus."

    "In summary, this presentation shows you an evident connection between live
    virus vaccination. Vaccination of women with live virus vaccine is
    contraindicated just before and during pregnancy and any doctor who
    vaccinates women in such conditions should be sued for malpractice. He
    should be sued - he should be put in jail! The next one is postpartum
    vaccination, which until now, by everybody standards was okay. I'm telling
    you today it is risky and it should be stopped immediately."

    Dr. Yazbak called for research to launch large independent studies to
    examine the autism vaccine link in the second generation vaccinees - to
    examine the mother and examine the child is of critical importance. He
    concluded with "Ladies and gentlemen, as far as I'm concerned, there is a
    vaccine-autism connection!