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Dr. Sean T. O'Leary

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Colorado Infectious-Disease Speci...

Phone: (757) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Denver, Colorado, United States
Children's Hospital Inc
601 Children's Lane
Norfolk, Virginia 23507
United States

Company Description: The Children's Hospital has defined and delivered pediatric healthcare excellence for more than 100 years. Founded in 1908, The Children's Hospital is a leading...   more
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  • MD
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Children's Hospital Colorado ...
www.denverpost.com, 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
Children's Hospital Colorado infectious-disease specialist Dr. Sean O'Leary said Colorado is one of 18 states that allow a personal-belief exemption. He said in some ways vaccinations have been a victim of their own success, with the people no longer living in fear of contracting diseases such as polio or measles.
He said schools and day-care centers are the front lines of keeping diseases such as pertussis and chicken pox in check. "The more kids in a school who are unvaccinated, the more at risk that school is for an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease," he said.
Colorado's lax regulations make accurate tracking of vaccination rates difficult, O'Leary said.
Whooping cough returns in kids as parents skip vaccines
www.medical-explorer.com, 13 Aug 2010 [cached]
Though more than 90% effective, the vaccine doesn't protect everyone, says Sean O'Leary, an infectious-disease fellow at Children's Hospital in Denver.
That's why vaccinating all children is crucial to creating "herd immunity" for the entire community, including newborns who are too young to be immunized, O'Leary says.
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Experts now recommend that children get a booster shot at age 11 and advise the parents of babies to get a booster as well, O'Leary says.
"Refusing to vaccinate your child not only puts your child at risk but puts susceptible children at risk," says O'Leary, who was not involved in the study.
Roundup River Ranch: Mountains of Fun!
www.roundupriverranch.org, 2 June 2011 [cached]
Sean O'Leary, MD, Fellow, Infectious Disease, The Children's Hospital
Sean O'Leary, MD, Fort ...
www.coloradocamp.org, 18 Feb 2009 [cached]
Sean O'Leary, MD, Fort Collins Youth Clinic
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Sean O'Leary, MD, Fellow, Infectious Disease, The Children's Hospital
Children's Hospital Colorado ...
www.coloradoan.com, 6 Sept 2013 [cached]
Children's Hospital Colorado infectious-disease specialist Dr. Sean O'Leary said Colorado is one of 18 states that allow a personal-belief exemption. He said in some ways vaccinations have been a victim of their own success, with people no longer living in fear of contracting diseases such as polio or measles.
O'Leary said schools and day care centers are the front lines of keeping diseases such as pertussis and chicken pox in check.
"The more kids in a school who are unvaccinated, the more at risk that school is for an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease," he said.
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