triple vaccine

triple vaccine

A combined vaccine against DIPHTHERIA, WHOOPING COUGH (pertussis) and TETANUS.
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The largest study of MMR, published in the Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal last December, followed 1.8 million children given three million doses of the triple vaccine between 1982 and 1996, and found no cases of autism or bowel disease linked with the jab.
Andrew Wakefield, writing in the Lancet, linked the jab with autism and bowel disease - while being paid for a study investigating if children allegedly damaged by the triple vaccine could sue.
A spokesman for the Department of Health said: "Although there's a lot of controversy, what is emerging is that the triple vaccine is the safest way to ensure safety for our population.
'The Government has not been able to restore public confidence in the triple vaccine and we still believe that Oliver reacted badly to MMR and they have nothing to convince the public otherwise.'
The Department of Health has issued warnings to tourists in case children who have not had the triple vaccine bring the disease home.
And up to a third of nurses believe the triple vaccine is linked to serious adverse side effects such as Crohn's disease and autism.
ALL parents want to do what is best for their children so the anguish surrounding the MMR triple vaccine is understandable.
Parents of other autistic children have joined Oliver Loch's mother Julie in her demands for an immediate independent investigation, despite a leading expert yesterday claiming there was no evidence of a link between the triple vaccine and autism.
Experts analysed the results of 2000 reports on the triple vaccine carried out in 180 countries.
Her daughter, Melissa, was left brain damaged after being given the triple vaccine against tetanus, whooping cough and diptheria as a toddler.
He added: "The weight of scientific evidence - which is not inconsiderable and very impressive - is saying very clearly that the triple vaccine is the way to intervene.
The parents of Welsh schoolboy Oliver Loch have discovered that his blood and digestive organs are infected with the same strain of measles used in the triple vaccine. And they fear his condition will get worse if the disease has spread to his brain.