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¬¬¬¬¬¬¬MMR is an immunization vaccine that protects against measles, mumps and Rubella. The first dose is given to babies between the ages of 12-13 months and the second dose (which is given as a booster) to 1 and 5 year olds. It was first developed by Maurice Hilleman while at Merk& Company Inc.
The MMR vaccine contains weakened versions of live measles, mumps and rubella viruses. The vaccine works by triggering the immune system to produce antibodies against measles, mumps and rubella. Children that given MMR vaccines are more likely to be protected against common symptoms of these infections which include rash, high fever, painful eyes, swollen glands and joint pains. Vaccinated children would also more likely be safe in case of an outbreak of measles, mumps or rubella.

Evidence that MMR is linked to Autism
In February 1998, the Lancet published Dr. Andrew Wakefield's case series of a group of 12 autistic children with gastric problems including regression after receiving the MMR vaccine. His studies also suggested that there may be a connection between the MMR vaccine, bowel
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Therefore it is advisable for Hanna to not receive the MMR vaccine at such an early age and shemust be only vaccinated against measles, since it can cause the most damage. Today, MMR is mostly given in combination with other vaccines as well, making it even harder to find out whether one vaccine in particular caused an adverse reaction, or if all of the vaccines given at once simply overwhelmed the recipient's immune system.
There are cases where 1 in 20 children may have a certain kind of immune response including fever, rash, digestion discomfort or even seizures. Hence it is advisable to give children vaccines in separate
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