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MMR

a combined vaccine against measles, mumps, and rubella, given to young children
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Then in Northumberland, 94%of children aged two to 15 received their first MMR jab and 88% received the second MMR jab.
While the England figures are rising, a greater percentage of children in other UK countries are immunised against MMR.
It is thought that about three million children aged 18 months to 18 years have not had their first or second MMR jabs.
She said Dr Wakefield was the lone voice of dissent against MMR, speaking out in the support of victims' parents.
I do know that symptoms of regressive autism often start around the same time that children receive their first dose of the MMR vaccine and this, for many, is far more than a coincidence.
People who don't let their kids have MMR are irresponsible and putting them more at risk than opting to use it.
The controversy over MMR vaccine erupted in Britain after the medical journal The Lancet published a report linking the vaccine to autism.
These governments cannot hope to compete with parents telling each other how their child was completely normal and then, as if by magic, after the MMR jab the, child's behaviour changed for the worse.
In contrast, the prevalence of MMR vaccination was constant at 97% for each annual birth cohort and for boys and girls alike (BMJ 322[7284]:460-63, 2001).
The MMR sale investigation centers on whether MMR shareholders are receiving adequate compensation for their shares in the buyout, whether the transaction undervalues MMR stock, and whether MMR's board attempted to obtain the highest share price for all shareholders prior to agreeing to the deal.