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The rash and joint symptoms of german measles are very rare in the u.S.?

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Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
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In brief: Yes.

German measles, or rubella, has become rare in the United States because of the availability of a very effective vaccine.
Since it became available in the late 1960s, no major outbreaks have occurred here. That is not true in other parts of the world, however.

In brief: Yes.

German measles, or rubella, has become rare in the United States because of the availability of a very effective vaccine.
Since it became available in the late 1960s, no major outbreaks have occurred here. That is not true in other parts of the world, however.
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