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Scripps Physicians Urge Public To Be Wary of Measles As Outbreaks Continue

Doctors stress vaccination against highly contagious disease

Dr. Mark Shalauta, family medicine specialist, Scripps Clinic Rancho Bernardo.

Dr. Mark Shalauta, a family medicine physician at Scripps Clinic, discusses recent measles outbreaks with CBS 8.

Doctors stress vaccination against highly contagious disease

Scripps primary care physicians went on the airwaves recently and urged people to protect themselves against measles by making sure that they and their children have been vaccinated.


Mark Shalauta, MD, a family medicine physician at Scripps Clinic Rancho Bernardo, was featured on CBS 8 San Diego discussing the recent outbreak of measles cases across the nation.


Daniel Lichtmann, MD, a pediatrician at Scripps Clinic Carmel Valley, was featured on NBC 7, discussing who needs to get vaccinated.


View the segment on CBS 8 San Diego: Quarantines at 2 LA universities amid US measles outbreak


View the segment on NBC 7 San Diego: Some adults may need one more measles vaccine

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