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Linda Lewis: Questions to answer

How many of those affected by the recent measles outbreak were vaccinated? How many were unvaccinated?

Was the virus identified as the wild virus or the measles vaccine virus?

Why does the Untied States Health and Human Services have a National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program?



Forty-three children are diagnosed with cancer every day. One in 68 kids are diagnosed with autism. Why the huge focus on the “epidemic” of 129 cases of measles when we have much larger issues to confront?

This is reminiscent of the lead up to the Iraq War. How much human loss and suffering could have been prevented if more thorough investigation had been pursued, especially by those in power?



Asking questions and seeking information is what makes and keeps us a healthy society. One place to get more information is from the scientists and affected families at the National Vaccine Information Center (www.nvic.org).

Linda Lewis

Steamboat Springs


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