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    Improving the uptake of MMR vaccine

    Re: editorial BMJ 5th April 2008 Volume 336 pages 729-30: Improving uptake of MMR vaccine - Recognising and targeting between population groups are the priorities

    Dear Editor,

    In the editorial on improving uptake of MMR vaccine, no mention was made of the parents who decline MMR vaccination on ethical grounds. The rubella vaccine component of MMR is derived from an aborted human fetal cell line. The Takah...

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