Fordham University students sent home, quarantined after mumps outbreak at school

An email to the students warned them of

An email to the students warned them of the outbreak. (February 20, 2014 4:23 PM)

Several Fordham University students have been sent home or quarantined after a mumps outbreak.

In an email to the students, the university's health services says at least 10 students were infected in January and February.

Some Fordham students told News 12 that they are worried about the illness spreading.

Dr. David Listman, from St. Barnabas, says a mumps vaccination does not...

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