measle


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measle

(ˈmiːzəl)
vb (tr)
to infect with measles
Translations
spitaalinen
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 22, 2019-: Global Measle Vaccine Market Drivers, Trends and Opportunities 2019
Yesterday, Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad reportedly said that 37 of the 112 Orang Asli of Kampung Kuala Koh in Gua Musang who were reported to have symptoms of respiratory infection were found to have been hit by a measle outbreak.
Simply drink fresh orange juice at regular intervals daily to help fight against measle symptoms
Mary complains that he and his wife are both "so mean they'd give you one measle at a time" (182).
Ni abot ang time nga gwapo atong vaccine coverage, walay measle or polio pero nawala sa mind unsa ka grabe ang measles.
Measle vaccinations coverage also improved from 84 per cent in 2000 to 88-89 per cent in 2012 while reported cases of measles dropped from 140,000 in 1980 to about 12,000 in 2002.
MULTAN -- The Punjab government in collaboration with the UNICEF and WHO arranged a seminar on complications of measle.
She advised parents to make their children available for the vaccination in order to build defence mechanism in their children, adding that burden of measle campaign in the previous exercise was characterised with the religious belief among some people in the state.
"People had been worried that this year's measle campaign could have problematic as seen in one of the states.
The same mechanism was explored in a murine model of disseminated ALL, to selectively deliver measle virus to leukemic cells [111].
Medicinal uses: Maleness, heart, bronchitis, constipation, skin, hematopoiesis, gallbladder, tumor, diarrhea, measle, paralysis, common cold, parkensis, face clearness, eye infection, digestive diseases.
Measle deaths by three-quarters and both tuberculosis and maternal deaths by a half.