Assessing the cost-effectiveness of measles elimination in Uganda: local impact of a global eradication program.

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BACKGROUND Measles control has succeeded worldwide, and many countries have substantially reduced incidence and mortality. This has led to consideration of the feasibility of measles elimination in Uganda within the context of global eradication. Before an elimination program is initiated, it is important to consider its potential economic impact, including… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/infdis/jir132

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@article{Babigumira2011AssessingTC, title={Assessing the cost-effectiveness of measles elimination in Uganda: local impact of a global eradication program.}, author={Joseph B Babigumira and Ann Levin and Colleen Burgess and Louis P. Garrison and Chris T. Bauch and Fiona Braka and William Baguma Mbabazi and Juliet O Nabyonga and Emily C Simons and Alya J. Dabbagh}, journal={The Journal of infectious diseases}, year={2011}, volume={204 Suppl 1}, pages={S116-23} }