Measles — United States, January 1–May 23, 2014

@inproceedings{Gastaaduy2014MeaslesU,
  title={Measles — United States, January 1–May 23, 2014},
  author={Paul A. Gasta{\~n}aduy and Susan B. Redd and Amy Parker Fiebelkorn and Jennifer S. Rota and Paul A Rota and William J. Bellini and Jane F. Seward and Gregory S. Wallace},
  booktitle={MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report},
  year={2014}
}
Measles is a highly contagious, acute viral illness that can lead to serious complications and death. Although measles elimination (i.e., interruption of year-round endemic transmission) was declared in the United States in 2000, importations of measles cases from endemic areas of the world continue to occur, leading to secondary measles cases and outbreaks in the United States, primarily among unvaccinated persons. To update national measles data in the United States, CDC evaluated cases… CONTINUE READING

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