I'd like to see a citation as well, but a quick check of http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/rel/... has deaths due to measles in 2012 in the UK, and deaths due to contact with hornets, wasps and bees in 2012 in the UK, both equalling 1. Looks like we'd have to do further research, but it seems we shouldn't outright dismiss "bees vs measles" as impossible.
Seriously though? Speaking as someone who was born aspie, and had a bad reaction to one of my vaccinations, and managed to catch the measles (twice), chicken pox and rubella despite being vaccinated against all three, I'm still pro-vaccination (but _not_ to the extent of thinking "anti-vaxxers" should be prosecuted, that's a stupid knee-jerk reaction).
Vaccinations work in the sense that they provide _herd_ immunity. Your own personal vaccination is _not_ guaranteed to work, and yeah, there's _also_ a small chance it's going to suck and a smaller chance it's going to really suck, but vaccination is the _community_ version of "a stitch in time saves nine". A little pain now, or a lot more later.