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    Measles outbreaks in vaccinated populations, Boyd Haley, PhD


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    Wednesday, September 07, 2016 12:34 pm Email this article

    In this 3-minute video clip Boyd Haley, PhD talks about measles outbreaks in vaccinated populations.

    He shows six pie chart showing that:

    In 1984, 58% of all school-aged children in the US who contracted measles were adequately vaccinated.

    In 1985, there was a measles outbreak in Corpus Christie, Texas. The population was fully vaccinated (99%).

    In 1986, there was a measles outbreak in Dane County, Wisconsin. 96% of the cases were in vaccinated people.

    In 1988, 69% of all school-aged children in the US who contracted measles were adequately vaccinated.

    In 1989, 89% of all school-aged children in the US are contracted measles were adequately vaccinated.

    In 1995, 56% of all measles cases in the US occurred in people who were previously vaccinated.

     

    About Boyd Haley, PhD

    Boyd Haley, PhD has a PhD in both chemistry and biochemistry.

    Boyd Haley, PhD is a former Chairman & Professor of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Kentucky.

    Boyd Haley, PhD is a permanent member of the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) Biomedical Sciences, Study Section.

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