Increased transmission and outbreaks of measles, European Region, 2011.

  title={Increased transmission and outbreaks of measles, European Region, 2011.},
  author={Thomas R Frieden and Harold W. Jaffe and Ma and James W. Stephens and Stephen B. Thacker and Donald G Meadows and Jude C Rutledge and Martha F Boyd and Maureen A Leahy and Julia C Martinroe and Stephen R Spriggs and Terraye M Starr and Quang Minh Doan and Phyllis H King and William L. Roper and David W. Fleming and William E. Halperin and King K. Holmes and Deborah Holtzman and Atlanta Ga and Timothy F. Jones and Dennis George Maki and Madison and Patricia Quinlisk and Des Moines and Patrick L. Remington and Barbara Rimer and John V Rullan and S J-H Juan and William Schaffner and Anne Schuchat and Dixie E. Snider and Atlanta and John W K Ward},
  journal={MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report},
  volume={60 47},
During 2003-2009, substantial progress was made toward the previous goal of measles elimination in the World Health Organization (WHO) European Region (EUR) by 2010. However, since late 2009, measles virus transmission has increased, and outbreaks have become widespread. In 2011, measles outbreaks have been reported in 36 of 53 EUR member states; a total of… CONTINUE READING