MMR


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MMR

abbreviation for
(Medicine) measles, mumps, and rubella: a combined vaccine given to young children
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MMR

[ˌɛmɛmˈɑːr] n abbr (=measles, mumps and rubella) (= vaccination) → vaccin m ROR(= rougeole, oreillons, rubéole)
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MMR coverage was highest in the North East of England (95.
Dr Marion Lyons, director of health protection for Public Health Wales, said: "This is the final week that children in schools across Wales will be offered the MMR vaccination, so parents whose children have not yet been fully vaccinated with two doses of MMR are reminded to complete the consent form to ensure the vaccine can be given.
It's a good idea to protect yourself and your baby with the MMR before you get pregnant.
In Newcastle, 90% of children aged two to 15 received their first MMR jab and 81% received their second.
The majority of cases of measles in the Gwynedd outbreak are older primary or young secondary school children who have either had no MMR vaccination or only one dose.
MMR Pulse is a mix of regular quantitative and qualitative research and a 24/7 online forum visited by a panel of people constantly voicing opinions about the key issues in UK food and drink consumption.
The report, from the NHS Information Centre, yesterday found the number having the MMR jab in England is still lower than in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
It may seem plausible as autistic characteristics manifest themselves in children between two and five, the same age window in which MMR is given.
It has given local health trusts pounds 30,000 each to campaign to get every child under 18 vaccinated with MMR.
Postpartum MMR vaccination aims to protect the mother and her future pregnancies.