CLEVELAND – Cases of highly contagious disease that were once thought to have been destroyed are increasing in the United States. Health experts warn that some adults who have already been vaccinated against measles may still be at risk of contracting them. To be vaccinated again, "said Dr. Roy Buchinski, director of Wellness for University Hospitals, based in the Auchja Medical Center in Beigood.
"This vaccine was not as effective as the current MMR vaccine, as a result, people may have been vaccinated, but they can not have immunity," he said. So far, in 1
Measles cases have been reported in ten countries this year, with outbreaks of three or more cases in New York, Illinois, Texas and the State of Washington.
from fever to rash, joint pain until … this can affect your neurological system and cause some kind of encephalitis. Measles is simply not embarrassing to have a rash; this can really cause serious problems, "said the doctor.
Health experts say the incidence of measles increases as people struggle with the disease across the country and spread it to the United States, officials of the Center for Disease Control recommend Vaccine or Check Before Travel Abroad
"But my recommendation is that if you go to a district or area where you know there is an increase in measles cases, it's not a bad thing to check the blood for measles antibodies, so that you know they have immunity, "said Dr. Buchinski.
He invites all parents to be vaccinated.
" You can see that if we continue with this trend, the incidence of measles will continue to grow, "said Buchinski.