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Myths and facts about the measles outbreak


“An outbreak is basically when there’s more than one or two cases of a specific disease that you don’t anticipate. These are not uncommon. The movies sort of make it seem like it’s going to be this dramatic event that the whole world is going to end because this is floating through when, in fact, they occur all the time,” said Michelle Barron, Medical Director of Infection Prevention at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital [and professor of medicine].
 

9News, April 16, 2019

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