February 14th, 2012

Dr. Tosh joins Roe & Roeper

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New York Giants' fans may still be experiencing Super Bowl fever from their big win, but for some people who were at the game, there may be a real risk of developing Super Bowl measles. Indiana health officials have announced that some of the estimated 200,000 visitors to the Super Bowl village last Friday in Indianapolis may have been exposed to highly contagious measles, after a report that a man who had the disease attended the festivities. Dr. Pritish K. Tosh (Mayo Clinic) joins The Roe Conn Show with Richard Roeper to discuss this story.

WLS 890 AM, 02/13/2012

Tags: Dr. Pritish K. Tosh, highly contagious measles, Super Bowl, Uncategorized

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