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RICKER HAMILTON:

This is a golden opportunity that hasn’t existed in a very long time and I think it’s time for us to step bravely as opposed to fret, wring our hands, and shake our heads, and say, “what if?” We need to take that step forward.

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    "The only country which has a national antenatal screening program is Japan," he said. Screening and recommendations of formula feeding have been practiced in Nagasaki, Japan, since about 1987 and are being discussed in other parts of the world, including England and Jamaica.
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    The single best way to prevent measles is to be vaccinated. Individuals should receive two doses of MMR vaccine to be fully protected. If a person is unsure if they are immune they should contact their healthcare provider. Typically, the first dose of MMR vaccine should be given at 12-15 months of age and the second dose should be given at four to six years of age (age of school entry), although individuals may also be vaccinated later in life.

    In New York, measles immunization is required of children enrolled in schools, daycare, and pre-kindergarten. Since August 1990, college students have also been required to demonstrate immunity against measles.

    Health care providers should report all suspected cases of measles to their local health department.

    More information about measles can be found at /www.health.ny.gov/publications/2170.pdf

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