Mumps outbreak in Idaho spreads to Wa...

Mumps outbreak in Idaho spreads to Washington state

There are 11 comments on the USA Today story from Feb 8, 2015, titled Mumps outbreak in Idaho spreads to Washington state. In it, USA Today reports that:

BOISE, Idaho - A mumps outbreak that began in September at the University of Idaho in Moscow is continuing to spread, according to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Idaho has 21 confirmed cases of Mumps outbreak in Idaho spreads to Washington state BOISE, Idaho - A mumps outbreak that began in September at the University of Idaho in Moscow is continuing to spread, according to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.

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Quisnos Republic

Spokane, WA

#1 Feb 8, 2015
Heres what i think
the federal government has been urging the Schools / universities also to set a policy whereby if they, the students, dont take vaccinations they either wont graduate or will not be allowed in classes until they do. The mmm vaccination is made up by merck and other labs which specialize in mumps, rubella and measles. Which ever lab manufactured this shot which was taken by the students; its spread depends upon the live viruses included.
Mumps must be the live virus and if it is then itcould be contacted by others who have not been given the shots. let me say something about these diseases they all have an incubation periodthat the person recieving the shot must be set aside from people for an extended period or others who come into contact will possibly recieve that disease as it can spread to others even to the vaccation patient. So the conclusion i draw. we must be told bv idaho university if they through the Federal government gave shots to individuals allowing live virus to spred to others.

nextis the CDC's own discription of these mmm vaccines and whistle blowers are threatened if they talk about it
http://www.naturalnews.com/048483_vaccine_res...

http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/dow... and http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/additives...
The real zeke

Milan, TN

#2 Feb 8, 2015
Quisnos Republic wrote:
Heres what i think
the federal government has been urging the Schools / universities also to set a policy whereby if they, the students, dont take vaccinations they either wont graduate or will not be allowed in classes until they do. The mmm vaccination is made up by merck and other labs which specialize in mumps, rubella and measles. Which ever lab manufactured this shot which was taken by the students; its spread depends upon the live viruses included.
Mumps must be the live virus and if it is then itcould be contacted by others who have not been given the shots. let me say something about these diseases they all have an incubation periodthat the person recieving the shot must be set aside from people for an extended period or others who come into contact will possibly recieve that disease as it can spread to others even to the vaccation patient. So the conclusion i draw. we must be told bv idaho university if they through the Federal government gave shots to individuals allowing live virus to spred to others.
nextis the CDC's own discription of these mmm vaccines and whistle blowers are threatened if they talk about it
http://www.naturalnews.com/048483_vaccine_res...
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/pinkbook/dow... and http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/additives...
Mmm vacine?

You have no credentiala in science, and you have no understanding of science.
Quisnos Republic

Spokane, WA

#3 Feb 9, 2015
Thank you then i am vindicated from spreading the scientific virus.
The real zeke

Milan, TN

#4 Feb 10, 2015
Quisnos Republic wrote:
Thank you then i am vindicated from spreading the scientific virus.
Your ill-comsidered belief system is the virus. Not science. Consider refraining from using the fruits of science-like the internet and your computing device.

I am sure that you would feel much more at home in 11th century Europe.
Quisnos Republic

Spokane, WA

#5 Feb 10, 2015
No i equate my answerr to what the AMA has in its code of ethics. No coercion of any one section .8.08 in fact.
The patient's right of self-decision can be effectively exercised only if the patient possesses enough information to enable an informed choice. The patient should make his or her own determination about treatment. The physician's obligation is to present the medical facts accurately to the patient or to the individual responsible for the patient's care and to make recommendations for management in accordance with good medical practice. The physician has an ethical obligation to help the patient make choices from among the therapeutic alternatives consistent with good medical practice. Informed consent is a basic policy in both ethics and law that physicians must honor, unless the patient is unconscious or otherwise incapable of consenting and harm from failure to treat is imminent. In special circumstances, it may be appropriate to postpone disclosure of information,(see Opinion E-8.122, "Withholding Information from Patients").

Physicians should sensitively and respectfully disclose all relevant medical information to patients. The quantity and specificity of this information should be tailored to meet the preferences and needs of individual patients. Physicians need not communicate all information at one time, but should assess the amount of information that patients are capable of receiving at a given time and present the remainder when appropriate.(I, II, V, VIII)

the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) keeps a weekly tally of disease outbreaks, including deaths. According to a statement made by Dr. Anne Schuchat, the director of CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, in an Associated Press story picked up by Fox News on April 25, 2014:

There have been no measles deaths reported in the U.S. since 2003
The real zeke

Milan, TN

#6 Feb 10, 2015
Quisnos Republic wrote:
No i equate my answerr to what the AMA has in its code of ethics. No coercion of any one section .8.08 in fact.
The patient's right of self-decision can be effectively exercised only if the patient possesses enough information to enable an informed choice. The patient should make his or her own determination about treatment. The physician's obligation is to present the medical facts accurately to the patient or to the individual responsible for the patient's care and to make recommendations for management in accordance with good medical practice. The physician has an ethical obligation to help the patient make choices from among the therapeutic alternatives consistent with good medical practice. Informed consent is a basic policy in both ethics and law that physicians must honor, unless the patient is unconscious or otherwise incapable of consenting and harm from failure to treat is imminent. In special circumstances, it may be appropriate to postpone disclosure of information,(see Opinion E-8.122, "Withholding Information from Patients").
Physicians should sensitively and respectfully disclose all relevant medical information to patients. The quantity and specificity of this information should be tailored to meet the preferences and needs of individual patients. Physicians need not communicate all information at one time, but should assess the amount of information that patients are capable of receiving at a given time and present the remainder when appropriate.(I, II, V, VIII)
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) keeps a weekly tally of disease outbreaks, including deaths. According to a statement made by Dr. Anne Schuchat, the director of CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, in an Associated Press story picked up by Fox News on April 25, 2014:
There have been no measles deaths reported in the U.S. since 2003
Fox news. Right!

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#8 Mar 13, 2015
The real zeke wrote:
Fox news. Right!
Reading comprehension.....right?

http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/physician-res...
anothervoice

Blissfield, MI

#9 Mar 16, 2015
No surprise whatsoever - the article neglects to mention how many of these victims were previously vaccinated.

That happened at Ohio State last year in the mumps outbreak there. After a while media stopped reporting that the majority of victims were already vaccinated when they became ill.

More fuel to the fire in the upcoming Merck lawsuit, I would imagine.
The real zeke

Milan, TN

#10 Mar 21, 2015
Independent1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Reading comprehension.....right?
http://www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/physician-res...
But your intepretation is one that Fox would provide.

You forget J.S Mill understanding of tyranny:

Tyranny consists of government interference with our actions that do not adversely affect other people. Government is not to make laws to protect an individual for harming herself. The only justification for enforcing a law is that it aims to restrict the actions of persons that will harm others.

Therefore, laws against the use of recreational drugs are not justifiable. On the other hand, mumps, like measles is contageous. The requirement that children have immunization before being allowed to attend school is to prevent harm to others, and is therefore not tyranny--by Mill's definition of tyranny.

“The beard faded...”

Since: May 14

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#11 Mar 21, 2015
The real zeke wrote:
But your intepretation is one that Fox would provide.
What was that you were saying about intelligence?
Yours is failing you.....as I have made no interpretation.

You're Welcome.....

:^`P
The real zeke

Milan, TN

#12 Mar 22, 2015
Independent1 wrote:
<quoted text>
What was that you were saying about intelligence?
Yours is failing you.....as I have made no interpretation.
You're Welcome.....
:^`P
But indeed you did interpret the passage--the point being that you seem to think (like QR) that the AMA equates therapy for a medical condition involving a person is the same as requiring vaccinations to reduce the chances of spreading comminicable diseases.

Your attempts to insult me are clear indications that you have no argument. You need to grow up. Just because you think something is true is no evidence that it is true.

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