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Could an Oral Measles Drug Help the Unvaccinated?

Posted by @Margaret_Marie in Infectious Diseases, Apr 17, 2014

According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, when an unvaccinated person is exposed to the measles virus, there is a 90% chance he or she will soon develop the measles. A research team is reporting that an oral medication could help the unvaccinated suppress the measles after initial exposure. Read more about the new research report in this Scientific American article.

Tags: Scientific American, Measles, oral measles drug, Vaccinations, research

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