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Measles outbreaks raise concern, with guest Jana Shaw, MD, on Upstate's The Informed Patient podcast

Vaccination can safely prevent a sometimes deadly disease

Measles outbreaks are happening more than two decades after the disease was declared to be eliminated from the U.S. Pediatric infectious disease specialist Jana Shaw, MD, gives her perspective and urges vaccination as a safe, time-tested way to avoid this potentially devastating illness. Shaw is a professor of pediatrics and of public health and preventive medicine at Upstate.