CDC removes childhood vaccine preference

03/14/2008 | Reuters

The CDC says it no longer has a preference that children get the combined MMRV vaccine rather than two separate shots to prevent measles, mumps, rubella and chicken pox. Officials say children who get the MMRV shot are slightly more likely to have seizures than children who receive separate shots.

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