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Monkeypox: Do we need to be alarmed?

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Monkeypox is a pox virus, and similar in its makeup to smallpox. The success of the smallpox vaccine in eradicating that devastating illness may be partially to blame for this monkeypox outbreak. Because smallpox was eradicated in the early-1980s, people aren't routinely vaccinated against the disease.
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Monkeypox: Do we need to be alarmed?

Monkeypox cases are steadily rising around the world, but do we need to be worried? Infectious diseases experts say the outbreak is cause for concern, but not alarm.

1 month ago·New Zealand
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Monkeypox cases are steadily rising around the world, but do we need to be worried? Infectious diseases experts say the outbreak is cause for concern, but not alarm.

1 month ago
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