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Good morning, everyone, and welcome to another working week. We hope the weekend respite was relaxing and invigorating, because that oh-so-predictable routine of deadlines, meetings, and encrypted communications has returned. What can you do? After all, the world keeps spinning. So reach for that newly brewed cup of stimulation to fortify yourselves and dig in for another busy day. On that note, here are some tidbits to help you move along the conveyor belt. Hope all goes well and do keep in touch. …

Adults in the U.S. who were vaccinated against measles decades ago may need a new dose depending on when they received the shot and their exposure risk, Reuters reports. Up to 10% of the 695 confirmed measles cases in the current outbreak occurred in people who received one or two doses of the vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Merck (MRK), which is the sole U.S. provider of the MMR vaccine, says it has “taken steps to increase U.S. supply” of the vaccine due to the current outbreak.

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