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a) Adequate vaccination for measles, mumps and rubella for health care personnel born during or after 1957 (62 years of age or younger) consists of two doses of MMR.
b) Breastfeeding is a contraindication to MMR vaccination of either the woman or the breastfeeding child.
c) MMR may be administered to egg-allergic children without prior routine skin testing.
d) MMR should not be administered to anyone with a penicillin or cephalosporin allergy.
e) Receipt of antibody-containing blood products (e.g., immune globulin, whole blood or packed red blood cells, intravenous immune globulin) may interfere with seroconversion after measles vaccine administration.
Answer: b and d are false