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MMR

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Burma. The code is used for transactions to and from Burman bank accounts and for international shipping to Burma. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Odds ratios were obtained for the same three age groups for receiving the first MMR vaccine.
A free MMR clinic on will operate from noon to 3pm, at Barrack View Primary Care Centre, Edward Street, Limerick, on February 21.
The HSCIC report said several factors could have led to a rise in MMR uptake in recent years, including campaigns to target unvaccinated teenagers and a recommendation that MMR is offered on the same day as other vaccines.
"Our subscribers tell us that MMR Pulse is different from other types of research because it is not a typical 'off the shelf research tool.
The Biograph mMR enables users to generate the location, function and metabolic activity of organs in a single image at the same time.
Last year The National Public Health Service reported 91% of children reaching two years of age from April to June 2009 had received their first dose of MMR - that was the highest uptake figure for Wales since 1997.
The safest way to avoid this is with two doses of the MMR vaccine.
WHILE I have great sympathy for Charlene Wards (Mail, July 25) whose two children are sadly afflicted with autism, she must understand that MMR was not responsible.
The area's high uptake of MMR jabs was revealed after the launch of a Government campaign to encourage more parents to immunise their children against the three diseases.