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Historically, immunizations were designed for very serious, life-threatening diseases. As the incidence of once-sweeping disease outbreaks has declined, the risks of immunizations have begun to take on a greater importance. In fact, with some immunizations (smallpox, diphtheria, whooping cough, measles, German measles, mumps, polio, influenza), the risks of taking the shots may outweigh their benefits. For example, Dr. Robert Simpson of Rutgers University pointed out that "immunization programs against flu, measles, mumps, polio, etc. actually may be seeding humans with RNA to form pro-viruses that will then become latent cells throughout the body.