Whooping Cough is Vaccine-Preventable, Says Dr. Sangeeta Jain

Dr. Sangeeta JainPediatrician at ARC Far West, spoke with KVUE reporter Pattrik Perez about the worrisome number of cases of whooping cough in our area.

“It’s something parents should keep an eye on, she says, and “infants are probably our highest-risk population.” The best way to treat it, Dr. Jain said, is by preventing whooping cough through vaccination.

To see the whole interview, copy and paste this link http://tinyurl.com/y54wc2tt into a Chrome or Firefox browser.

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