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What should I do if I can't afford my child's measles vaccine?

Most health insurance plans cover the cost of vaccines. But, you may want to check with your health insurance provider before going to the doctor. If you don't have insurance or if it does not cover vaccines, the Vaccines for Children Program may be able to help. This program helps families of eligible children get the vaccines they need. The vaccines are provided at no cost to doctors who serve eligible children. Find out if your child is eligible.

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