Though more parents are refusing to delaying vaccinations, the State of Oklahoma requires immunizations for public and private students


By Katrina Goforth - kgoforth@civitasmedia.com



Earlier this year, the Oklahoma State Department of Health investigated its first confirmed case of measles in Oklahoma in 20 years, a disease the Centers for Disease Control, or CDC, declared eliminated from the U.S. in 2000, three decades after the introduction of the Edmonston-Enders vaccine developed in 1968. Measles, a highly contagious respiratory disease,
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