Lack of Safety of MMR vaccination

Phil Collyer made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Department of Health and Social Care

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Dear Department of Health and Social Care,

Please could list and link all the research that Chief Medical Officer Prof Dame Sally Davies used to justify her opinion that the MMR vaccine was safe, which MMR vaccine(s) and manufacturers she is talking about and which countries had it been used in.

Please could you list all the ingredients of the vaccines she is referencing.

Please could you give her the definition of herd immunity and what percentage needs to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity, with sources to research.

Please could you show the comparative research on safety between vaccinated and unvaccinated, and vaccinated with single injections comparative to the separate injections.

Please could provide the research to back up the claim that "The MMR vaccine has dramatically reduced cases of measles, mumps and rubella and saved about 4,000 deaths from measles" including comparative data from before the years before the vaccination was used.

Are the manufacturers above given indemnity by the Government to cover civil claims for damages
Yours faithfully,

Phil Collyer

Department of Health and Social Care

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Dear Mr Collyer

Please find attached the Department of Health and Social Care's response
to your recent FOI request (our ref: FOI-1154993  ) 

Yours sincerely,

 Dorothy Crowe 

Freedom of Information team
Department of Health and Social Care


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