In a series of tweaks reflecting the anti-vaccination views she has been publicly involved for years, Darla Shin has complained that her children have received the MMR vaccine that protects against measles, mumps, and rubella. She added that the people of her generation – the baby boomers – were now healthier because they had measles like children.
"I had #Measles # Mumps #ChickenPox as a kid and so did every child I knew – Unfortunately kids had #MMR so they will never have the natural immunity long throughout their lives Shine he wrote,
adding: "Come on breathing!"
"The whole daily population of Baby Boom had # Measles as children" Shine wrote
Later. childhood that keeps you healthy and struggles with cancer. "
Shine's husband, Bill Sheen, is deputy head of the headquarters of the White House for Communications and is a former president of Fox News. his position in the Fox News, amid alleged allegations of sexual harassment in the Web, he accepted President Donald Trump's senior office in White House last summer
Darla Shea's comments come as an outburst of measles across the country that affects disproportionately those who are not vaccinated against the disease. "Shine dismissed the reports as" #Fake #Hysteria ".
Since February 7, more than 100 measles cases have been diagnosed this year in 10 countries, according to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Washington faces a massive outbreak that mainly affects children who have not received any vaccine against the disease. On Wednesday, officials reported 53 cases of measles in only one county, Clark.
Measles is one of the leading causes of child death, according to the World Health Organization. It is an infected virus that spreads in the air through coughing and sneezing, and symptoms include fever, rashes throughout the body, runny nose and red eyes.
The measles vaccine was developed in 1963 and the disease was declared to be eliminated in the United States in 2000 as a result of a successful vaccination program, according to the CDC. The outbreak of measles in the United States is now happening when the disease is brought by others who are not vaccinated or vaccinated when they visit the US from a place where the virus is circulating or visiting such a place in the United States and returning home infected. This is the case with the current outbreaks in New York and Washington.
Many of those who oppose vaccinations believe that vaccines cause autism, a theory that has been discouraged by numerous studies. I had real immunity for life, "she writes.
The CDC reports that almost all children in the decade before 1963 had measles up to 15 years of age and about 3 to 4 million people were infected each year.
While people who fight measles have lifetime immunity, almost all people who receive the MMR vaccine do so. The CDC recommends that children receive two doses of the MMR vaccine: one 12-15 months old and another 4 to 6 years old. After one dose, the vaccine is 93% effective; after two doses, it is 97% effective – during someone's life.
She claims at one point that "many" people who have been infected with the disease in Washington have received the MMR vaccine. send licks for #vaccines, revitalize doctors, research, and ask why #Media covers #MeaslesOutbreak unilaterally. Many kids with #Measles in #Washington WERE #Vaccinated Go ask #Governor Darla Shine wrote in a tweeting.
According to information from Clark County, Washington's Public Health Department, only one of his 53 cases is related to someone who has received the MMR vaccine. Forty-seven of those suffering from measles were unvaccinated and the vaccination was not tested in five cases. a highly concentrated measles virus that sent cancer to remission in a Mayo clinic. The science behind Mayo's clinic depends on the genetic engineering measles virus designed to kill a certain type of cancer known as multiple myeloma. The concept, known as virology, does not extrapolate to the general population. for vaccination. During her show Shine suggests that the flu pandemic could be a "tuning" on the part of the government. Shine also regularly hosted the members of the anti-vaccination movement on her show.