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What Zika Researchers Can Learn From the Rubella Outbreak of 1964

06 Apr 2016
A child reacts while receiving a vaccination against measles and rubella. David Mercado / Reuters Rubella is mostly a medical curiosity in the developed world today. Vaccines have eradicated the virus in the Western Hemisphere, and many doctors have ...

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