Immediately upon the ‘heels’ of the closed comment period for the CDC’s Proposed Rulemaking regarding its power grab on communicable diseases and quarantines, including forced vaccinations, etc., (see my article about that) the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have opened a rather interesting request for comments about a most controversial set of vaccines: the Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine and the Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Varicella (MMRV) vaccine.
Before I go into some details as to why I think every person ought to make a comment, I think readers ought to know some ‘housekeeping rules’ so that your comment is accepted as valid and posted, since during the last comment period, I monitored the comments with another vaccine researcher and we even telephoned the contractor who posts/handles the CDC’s comments in Virginia and talked with a staffer there, which prompts me to make the following suggestions.
Make certain that you include the comment docket number and name in the very beginning of the comment, e.g., Docket No. CDC-2016-0094 / Proposed Revised Vaccine Information Materials for MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) and MMRV (Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Varicella) Vaccines.
Follow the rules regarding the number of characters (not words) or, if you want to get wordy, file your comment via a word document attachment as per instructions on the CDC comment page.
Make certain you file your comment as soon as possible, as we are coming into the holiday season with Thanksgiving and holiday shopping and parties, this most important health matter may slip by and you will be very disappointed with yourself for not telling the CDC what you think about those vaccines.
In your comments, you need to recommend what you would like the CDC to promote regarding information healthcare professionals must tell patients and intended vaccinees about both those vaccines BEFORE they are administered to patients!
The MMR-II® and MMRV (ProQuad®) vaccines ingredients are listed on this website on Page 3 of 4. Varicella, by the way, is Chickenpox. Human diploid lung cells are cell lines from aborted fetuses! If you want to know more about what many of the ingredients in those vaccines are capable of doing within human biology/biochemistry, my book Vaccination Voodoo, What YOU Don’t Know About Vaccinesexplains from published scientific research, papers and journals how biology is affected negatively and other information you may not be aware of, since most vaccine ingredients can and do cause significant biological harm.
According to the CDC’s and HRSA’s “Petitions Filed, Compensated and Dismissed, by Alleged Vaccine, Since the Beginning of VCIP, 10/1/1988 through 10/03/2016” database , there were the following:
The ‘odds’ according to the above stats seem like a ‘crap shoot’ rather than medical science, in my opinion, when you factor in the “Dismissed.”
MMR is a Trivalent vaccine, i.e., 3 disease actives, whereas MMRV is a Quadrivalent, i.e., 4 disease actives contained in one vaccine syringe and administered at the same time.
Many parents and physicians question the safety and efficacy of multivalent vaccines. 
According to the Federal Register publication notice, October 18, 2016, (Pp. 71735-71736):
The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (Pub. L. 99-660), as amended by section 708 of Public Law 103-183, added section 2126 to the Public Health Service Act, Section 2126, codified at 42 U.S.C. 300aa-26, requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services to develop and disseminate vaccine information materials for distribution by all health care providers in the United States to any patient (or to the parent or legal representative in the case of a child) receiving vaccines covered under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP).
That is something most, if not all, health professionals who administer vaccines/vaccinations DO NOT comply with nor abide by since most information disseminated states that vaccines are ‘safe’ when we find contradictory information on all vaccine package inserts, including the MMR-II and MMRV.
Here’s the vaccine package insert for Merck’s MMR-II vaccine. Read it carefully, especially taking note of the following sections: Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, Pregnancy, and Adverse Reactions. How many healthcare professionals tell parents or vaccinees about these important “informed consent” items?
It is my opinion and recommendation that every prospective vaccinee, parent or legal representative should receive ALL those items listed categorically and individually on a separate handout for each single or multivalent vaccine.
As vaccines/vaccinations are handled and administered currently, there is absolutely NO fully informed consent obtained by all healthcare professionals who administer vaccines, and that’s in violation of the law, I contend.
In my opinion, one of the foremost recommendations for the MMR-II and MMRV vaccines is that ALL the above cited Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, Pregnancy, and Adverse Reactions must be given to every parent, adult and legal representative in the new updated versions of “What You Need to Know” information that will be reformulated as a result of the current comment obtaining process ending December 19, 2016.
Ironically and according to the CDC, “Since April 15, 1992, any health care provider in the United States who intends to administer one of these covered vaccines is required to provide copies of the relevant vaccine information materials prior to administration of any of these vaccines,” which I contend and allege does NOT happen, since every parent with a vaccine-damaged child invariably says something to the effect that if he/she had known what’s on the vaccine package insert, they would not have permitted the child to receive that vaccine!
Therefore, I believe unequivocally that medical malpractice has occurred and all healthcare professionals should be held accountable for a breach of medical ethics!
Furthermore, I’ve come to the conclusion from my many years of vaccine information research (since the 1980s) that there should be NO multivalent vaccines given at one time—some kids get 9 vaccines shot into them at one ‘well baby’ visit. The baby may have been well when it entered the physician’s office, but I can almost guarantee you that the baby will not be well within the next day or so, if not sooner!
Since I must admit that I am biased against vaccines neurotoxic chemicals (Thimerosal, aluminum in four formulations, formaldehyde/Formalin, polysorbate 80/Tween-80), plus human diploid cells which can impact homologous recombination [3,4], foreign DNA, mycoplasmas, and synthesized Nano- particles [5,6] especially, I contend that proper vetting of vaccine ingredients for safety and efficacy have not been tested—annual flu vaccines are an excellent example—so all vaccines should not be labeled as ‘safe and effective’.
Neither have vaccines been tested for their ability to cause cancer, interfere with fertility and reproduction, or teratogenicity—which is stated on vaccine package inserts, especially when 9 vaccines are given at one time to a less than 25 pound infant with a less than fully functional and developed immune system. Furthermore, no one has scientifically researched the effects of 9 vaccines given at one time, just hyperbole—pure and simple hyperbole—that is parroted by the CDC/FDA from Big Pharma’s public relations releases, I allege.
One important fact about Merck’s MMR vaccine is that the Mumps active vaccinology science had been fudged for ten years and was not up to medical-scientific standards according to two Merck employee whistleblowers who have a lawsuit filed in Federal district court in Philadelphia, PA. [7,8]
Lastly, the MMR vaccine is the ‘vehicle’ that projected Dr Andrew Wakefield into vaccine notoriety that resulted in losing his medical license in the UK, but propelled him and his VAXXED documentary crew into the extraordinary work they are doing now traveling the USA where, at each venue, they hear the oft-told story  of how parents ‘lost’ their child to Autism or some health defect after receiving a vaccine, in particular the MMR vaccine.
Now that the CDC has asked for the public’s comments regarding the MMR-II and MMRV vaccines, I heartily suggest giving your suggestions as to what CDC should be publishing about those vaccines in their new and revised “What You Need to Know” bulletins.