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|The outbreak occurred because measles was imported into a population of children whose parents had chosen not to vaccinate their children because of safety concerns, despite evidence that measles-containing vaccine is safe and effective," the CDC said.|
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It may have been since she wants another child, but the MMR?
Are they really recommending that adults get that, rather than rubella?
Thank you for the link--I do remember this discussion coming up in an earlier post.
In reading the link, it seems crazy that they'd offer MMR to any adult, let alone to someone who's just had a child! The friend I know probably had it pushed as a way to prevent rubella.
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