#Measles

  • Article: New Zealand and Korea Have Eradicated Measles and Rubella
    AdvocacyHealth

    New Zealand and Korea Have Eradicated Measles and Rubella

    By Shakira Donovan|Oct. 17, 2017

    This milestone achievement is being heralded as another win for routine immunization! Read more

  • Article: The UK Has Eliminated Measles for the First Time
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    The UK Has Eliminated Measles for the First Time

    By Imogen Calderwood|Sept. 28, 2017

    This is a “huge achievement”. Read more

  • Article: Australia’s Domestic Vaccine Push Is Important, But Short-Sighted
    OpinionHealth

    Australia’s Domestic Vaccine Push Is Important, But Short-Sighted

    By Shakira Donovan|Aug. 31, 2017

    To truly protect Australia’s children, the government must extend their vaccine focus Read more

  • Article: 1 in 10 Children Worldwide Left Without Life-Saving Vaccines in 2016
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    1 in 10 Children Worldwide Left Without Life-Saving Vaccines in 2016

    By Madison Feser|July 19, 2017

    Just one infected person could cause a global epidemic. Read more

  • Article: Measles Cases Spike After Anti-Vaccine Political Party Gains Power in Italy
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    Measles Cases Spike After Anti-Vaccine Political Party Gains Power in Italy

    By Colleen Curry|March 23, 2017

    Parents need accurate information, not “rubbish is published on the internet,” minister says. Read more

  • Article: Study: Vaccines Have Prevented 450,000 Deaths in US Since 1963
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    Study: Vaccines Have Prevented 450,000 Deaths in US Since 1963

    By Joe McCarthy|March 6, 2017

    Vaccines are vital. Read more

  • Article:  How the Americas Eradicated Endemic Measles
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    How the Americas Eradicated Endemic Measles

    By Sydney Denmark|Oct. 3, 2016

    Why vaccinations should not be overlooked Read more

  • Article: World Immunization Week: Prevention through vaccines begins with awareness
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    World Immunization Week: Prevention through vaccines begins with awareness

    April 27, 2016|PATH

    A visit to her village saved 18 children whose families believed that measles was a “divine curse.” Read more