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In the end, Lane says there are two key lessons here.

"Vaccines are enormously effective. Two, the world is not perfect. The medical world is not perfect. But, we do a pretty darn good job," Lane said.

http://www.digtriad.com/news/local/article/283094/57/Exclusive-NC-Measles-Outbreak---What-Happened-At-The-Hospital

 

Yup, they do a good job reporting about what they are told to report about, regardless of truth.

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http://www.digtriad.com/news/local/article/283094/57/Exclusive-NC-Measles-Outbreak---What-Happened-At-The-Hospital

 

Yup, they do a good job reporting about what they are told to report about, regardless of truth.

this is also "good" - http://www.digtriad.com/news/local/article/282942/57/Tracking-Down-Your-Immunization-Records

 

The experts told News 2 that if you don't know your vaccination status, getting a vaccine booster shot even if you don't need it won't hurt in most cases. You should still check with your doctor first though.

 

they do talk about titer testing - RARE to see that mentioned!

 

so far - 2 of the 19 were vaccinated (too late? or?) and with the first link they say  - Some people did get fevers. Some people did get rashes. But, we evaluated all of those patients and none of them had measles," Lane said.

 

So what rash did they get why not report it? would love to know

 

 

http://myfox8.com/2013/04/30/stokes-county-taking-steps-to-control-measles-outbreak/


 

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