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Heidi Nov 6
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Zainab S-Bagudu Nov 11
Kebbi state Gov Bagudu watched closely as I gave some children the vaccine in Kebbi today.Imagine a childhood without measles.
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Vera Burnayev Nov 16
before the "Strategy": the generation that did experience measles en masse didn't see it as deadly disease
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Zainab S-Bagudu Nov 16
Always ready to lend his voice,our Royal Father the Emir of Zuru Sani Sami,Gomo11,a keen health advocate.This time on and
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Seth Berkley Nov 16
can & will strike anywhere herd immunity is not high enough. Must keep making across all countries:
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LeftieLucieIntheSky Nov 10
1/3 STFU you stupid degenerate uncompassionate troll ass-wiper. Govt docs show can be spread [virus shedding live measles ] through vaccinations - ( scientists have known this for the past 20 years!)
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HPSC Nov 16
- it isn't just a little rash
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PHE Yorks & Humber Nov 15
is circulating in . Contact your GP surgery for the free MMR vaccine if you, or your children, haven’t had 2 doses already. Measles is extremely infectious, so if you have symptoms, telephone your GP or NHS 111- don't visit your GP or A&E
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Danielle Barron Nov 15
Not to be glib but...thanks Wakefield. Repercussions will be seen for a long time yet.
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Heidi Nov 11
We know who's telling the truth. It's not you! The is on our side! kills more than measles. 😜
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WHO South-East Asia Nov 15
Replying to @WHOSEARO
Long boat journeys over treacherous sea. Arduous treks across trying terrain. These are just a few of the challenges 🇲🇻 ’ health workers faced while eliminating , a disease the country was verified to be free of in 2017. Full story 👉
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Heidi Nov 12
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WHO Nov 10
Replying to @WHO
Nearly 360,000 children and adolescents will be vaccinated against & rubella in Cox’s Bazar, . !
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UN Foundation Nov 15
Thanks to vaccines, deaths worldwide have dropped 84% since 2000, according to new report:
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ETweeetz Nov 11
Hysterical this doctor accredits the 1963 1st w/ contributing to decline in measles cases! 😂 That vaccine made its recipients MORE susceptible to a WORSE case of infection!
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Ailis Ni Chofaigh Nov 14
has the Oct 2017 outbreak in Dublin & Meath been contained? There’s very little updated news on the issue available & nothing I could find on your website.
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LeftieLucieIntheSky Nov 9
Cite: Early in the last century, measles killed millions of people a year. Then, bit by bit in countries of the developed world...death rate dropped...by the 1960s by 98% or more. In the U.K., it dropped by an astounding 99.96%. And then, the entered the market.
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LeftieLucieIntheSky Nov 9
Can you explain to all the folks on this thread HOW measles declined to nearly nothing by the time the vaccine was introduced in 1968? Here ya go, explain this >
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D. Marie Nov 12
I don’t “ argue MMR causes autism,” idk what causes any dx in each & every case, neither do nor ? Does this⬇️mean in setting of current &/or previous infection? Idk. Seems so? IMO.
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April Spivey 2h
A Five-Minute Cartoon Explains Measles in a Nutshell
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