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As more and more parents are requesting monovalent shots, I wonder what their reasoning is to not go along with the market and demand for the split shots? I think if they keep up making it "MMR or nothing", the uptake of the MMR will dramatically drop. There are just too many families that are wary of that vaccine and will opt to skip it if it's not available as the monovalent vaccines.
My question is, and it may sound stupid, but if I could somehow get all the sep. doses now, could I wait 2 years before actually using them?
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