MMR vaccine

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MMR vaccine

(ĕm′ĕm-är′)
n.
A combination of live measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine, administered subcutaneously to immunize children against measles, mumps, and rubella infections.
Translations

MMR vaccine

[ˌememˈaːˌvæksiːn] N (against measles, mumps, rubella) → vacuna f triple vírica
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Speaking on behalf of health professionals, Dr Choycha strongly emphasised: "there is unequivocally no link between the MMR jab and autism."
In the UK, babies are usually given the first MMR jab within a month of their first birthday, as part of their routine vaccination schedule.
Parents lost faith in the MMR jab after the now-discredited Andrew Wakefield claimed autism is associated with the MMR jab.
Deafblind charity Sense has warned that it is also vitally important the MMR jab is used to guard against the risk of contracting mumps and rubella.
MORE than 200 at-risk school children are to be given the MMR jab after a measles case was confirmed in a region recovering from a major epidemic.
MORE than 200 at-risk children are to be given the MMR jab after a measles case was confirmed in a region recovering from a major epidemic.
It aimed to prevent the measles outbreak escalating, by giving the MMR jab to as many unvaccinated and partially vaccinated 10-16 year olds as possible with a target of 95%.
In Liverpool 96% of two-year-olds have received the first MMR jab.
Statistics show that in Birmingham and the Black Country a total of more than 11,000 children from the ages of six to ten have never received the MMR jab.
In Newcastle, 90% of children aged two to 15 received their first MMR jab and 81% received their second.
After a fourth weekend of dedicated clinics, more than 1,900 people have received the MMR jab in the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg (ABM) University Health Board area, which covers Swansea and Bridgend.
Thousands of children have received the MMR jab over the last three weeks amid rising concern at the rocketing rate of cases.