Reducing the global burden of congenital rubella syndrome: report of the World Health Organization Steering Committee On Research Related To Measles and Rubella Vaccines and Vaccination, June 2004.

@article{Best2005ReducingTG,
  title={Reducing the global burden of congenital rubella syndrome: report of the World Health Organization Steering Committee On Research Related To Measles and Rubella Vaccines and Vaccination, June 2004.},
  author={Jennifer M Birkenhauer Best and Carlos Castillo-Sol{\'o}rzano and John S Spika and Joseph P. Icenogle and John W Glasser and Nigel J Gay and Jon Kim Andrus and Ann Margaret Arvin},
  journal={The Journal of infectious diseases},
  year={2005},
  volume={192 11},
  pages={1890-7}
}
Rubella and congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) continue to be important health problems in many countries. In June 2004, the World Health Organization Steering Committee on Research Related to Measles and Rubella Vaccines and Vaccination met to evaluate data from research and operational activities and to identify critical scientific issues and gaps in knowledge that need to be addressed to improve the global control of rubella and CRS. Information about surveillance for rubella, natural and… CONTINUE READING

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