Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, December 18th, 2005
Researchers in the United States conducted a study "to estimate rubella, rubeola, and mumps (MMR) susceptibilities in pregnant women and determine the percentage not immune to rubeola or mumps, depending on rubella immunity status. A secondary objective was to assess costs of vaccination and testing programs aimed at eliminating these viral susceptibilities to determine an optimal strategy. This was an observational study of women presenting for prenatal care."
"All women had MMR antibody titers measured," said David M....
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