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By Ellen Solley - 15th May 2013 10:00am
In response to the recent outbreaks of Measles a national catch-up programme to increase MMR vaccination uptake in children and teenagers has been launched.
The aim is to prevent measles outbreaks by vaccinating as many un-vaccinated and partially vaccinated 10 to 16 year olds as possible in time for the next school year. The parents of all children within the Haddenham Medical Centre area will receive a letter advising them if their child has not been fully vaccinated.
An MMR only clinic will be run on Wed 29th May with Nurse Jenny Pullen. This date is during half term. However appointments with Jenny are also available on Saturday 1st and Saturday 15th June. Please book via reception.
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