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Vaccine studies on mumps

mumps vaccination and neurological disorders:


  • Bottiger, M., et al. “Swedish experience og two dose vaccination programme aiming at eliminating measles, mumps and rubella.” British Medical Journal 1987; 295:264-67.
  • Thomas, E. “A case of mumps meningitis: A complication of vaccination?” Journal of the Canadian Medical Association 1988; 138:135.
  • Champagne, S., et al. “A case of mumps meningitis: a post-immunization complication?” Canadian Disease Weekly Report 1988; 13-35:155-156.
  • Ehrengut, W. “Mumps vaccine and meningitis.” Lancet 1989; 2:751.
  • Von Muhlendahl, K.E. “Mumps meningitis following measles, mumps and rubella immunisations.” Lancet (August 12, 1989), p. 394.
  • Cizman, M., et al. “Aseptic meningitis after vaccination against measles and mumps.” Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 1989; 8:302-308.
  • McDonald, J., et al. “Clinical and epidemiological features of mumps meningo-encephalitis and possible vaccine-related disease.” Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal (November 1989), pp. 751-754.
  • Gray, J.A., et al. “Mumps meningitis following measles, mumps, and rubella immunisation.” Lancet 1989; i:98.
  • Gray, J.A., et al. “Mumps vaccine meningitis.” Lancet 1989; i:927.
  • Murray, M.W., et al. “Mumps meningitis after measles, mumps, and rubella immunisation.” Lancet 1989; ii:877.\
  • “Mumps meningitis and MMR vaccination.” [Editorial] Lancet 1989; ii:1015-1016.
  • Forsey, T., et al. “Mumps viruses and mumps, measles, and rubella vaccine.” British Medical Journal 1989; 299:1340.
  • Forsey, T., et al. “Mumps vaccines and meningitis.” Lancet 1992; 340:980.
  • Miller, E., et al. “Risk of aseptic meningitis after measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine in U.K. children.” Lancet 1993; 341:979.
  • Sawada, et al. Lancet 1993; 342:371.
  • Mumps vaccination and meningitis:


  • Sugiura, A., et al. “Aseptic meningitis as a complication of mumps vaccination.” Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases 1991; 10:209-213. [1 case of meningitis per 2000 doses of mumps vaccine.]
  • Fujinaga, T., et al. “A prefecture-wide survey of mumps meningitis associated with measles, mumps and rubella vaccine.” Journal of Pediatric Infectious Diseases 1991; 10:204-209. [6 cases of meningitis per 2000 doses of mumps vaccine.]
  • Colville, A., et al. “Mumps meningitis and measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine.” Lancet 1992; 340:786. [1 case of meningitis per 3800 doses of mumps vaccine.]

    Die Mumpsimpung und Diabetes:


  • Sultz, H.A., et al. “Is mumps virus an etiologic factor in juvenile diabetes mellitus?” Journal of Pediatrics 1975; 86:654-656.
  • Sinaniotis, C.A., et al. “Diabetes mellitus after mumps vaccination (letter).” Archives of Disease in Childhood 1975; 50:749-750.
  • Quast, U., et al. “Vaccine-induced mumps-like diseases.” Developments in Biological Standardization 1979; 43:269-272.
  • Otten, A., et al. “Mumps, mumps vaccination, islet cell antibodies and the first manifestation of diabetes mellitus type I.” Behring Institute Mitteilungen 1984; 75:83-88.
  • Helmke, K., et al. “Islet cell antibodies and the development of diabetes mellitus in relation to mumps infection and mumps vaccination.” Diabetologia 1986; 29:30-33.
  • Fescharek, R., et al. “Measles-mumps vaccination in the FRG: an empirical analysis after 14 years of use. II. Tolerability and analysis of spontaneously reported side effects.” Vaccine 1990; 8:446-456.
  • Pawlowski, B., et al. “Mumps vaccination and type-1 diabetes.” Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 1991; 116:635.
  • Adler, J.B., et al. “Pancreatitis caused by measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine.” Pancreas 1991; 6:489-490.
  • Albonico, H., Klein, P., et al. “The immunization campaign against measles, mumps and rubella—coercion leading to a realm of uncertainty: medical objections to a continued MMR immunization campaign in Switzerland.” JAM 1992; 9(1). [180 European medical doctors jointly noted that the mumps vaccine "can trigger diabetes, which only becomes apparent months after vaccination."]
  • Atypical mumps:


  • Gunby, P. “‘Atypical’ mumps may occur after immunization.” Journal of the American Medical Association 1980; 243(23): 2374-75.
  • Family Practice News (July 15, 1980), p. 1.

    Mumps vaccination is ineffectiv:


  • Fiumara, N.J., et al. “Mumps outbreak in Westwood, Massachusetts—1981.” MMWR 1982; 33(29):421-430.
  • Kaplan, K.M., et al. “Further evidence of the changing epidemiology of a childhood vaccine-preventable disease.” Journal of the American Medical Association 1988; 260(10):1434-1438.
  • Briss, P. A., et al. “Sustained transmission of mumps in a highly vaccinated population: assessment of vaccine failure and waning vaccine-induced immunity.” Journal of Infectious Diseases 1994; 169:77-82.
  • Sawada, et al. Lancet 1993; 342:371.
  • CDC. “Mumps—United States, 1985-1988.” MMWR 1989; 38:101-05.

    Mumps and ovarian cancer:

  • West, R. “Epidemiologic study of malignancies of the ovaries.” Cancer 1966; 19:1001-1007.
  • Wynder, E., et al. “Epidemiology of cancer of the ovary.” Cancer 1969; 23:352.
  • Newhouse, M., et al. “A case control study of carcinoma of the ovary.” Brit J Prev Soc Med 1977; 31:148-53.
  • McGowan, L., et al. “The woman at risk from developing ovarian cancer.” Gynecol Oncol 1979; 7:325-344.
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