BRYAN, Tex. KBTX) - As cases of the measles pop up around Texas, local physicians are warning parents to get their kids, or themselves, vaccinated.
While no cases have been reported in Brazos County, some in the Houston area have doctors like Seth Sullivan, an infectious disease specialist with Baylor Scott & White Health, concerned.
"It's about herd immunity," said Sullivan. "And that's breaking down a bit."
Sullivan discusses how to spot the symptoms, who's at most risk, and what you should do if you think you or your family member might be infected.
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