WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - Measles is a very serious disease and the United States is in the middle of its biggest outbreak since 1992.
Karen Abare is Samaritan Medical Center's director of infection prevention and control. She talked about the disease during Samaritan's Morning Checkup segment on 7 News This Morning.
You can see her interview in the video as she explains how the disease spreads, how it feels when you get it, how it progresses, and some of the complications it can bring.
She says people should talk to their doctors to see if they should be vaccinated.