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    Posted: May 26 2018 at 11:47am

Manitobans could face 3rd dose of vaccine after outbreak of 2,000 mumps cases

Despite a flare-up over the past 20 months, there were no major hospitalizations, Dr. Richard Rusk says


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Dang I am going to tell my son to get a third dose just in case. Mumps can ruin your ability to have a family!!!
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