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Can one blood test test for german measles from the 50s?
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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In brief: Yes
Antibodies against rubella acquired from the disease usually persist for life.
However, their absence would not be proof that one did not have the illness.

In brief: Yes
Antibodies against rubella acquired from the disease usually persist for life.
However, their absence would not be proof that one did not have the illness.
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