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Measles Re- Emergence : Prevention and Control

The measles, the most contagious infectious disease known to exist in humans, continues to be one of the leading causes of death in children all over the world. Every 1,000 people who contract the disease die from measles, even in highly developed nations. Measles has no known cure, although vaccination has been a reliable method of protection since the 1960s. Despite the measles' high global morbidity and death, there has been substantial progress. Measles killed an estimated 777,000 people annually worldwide just ten years ago, in 2000. Only 160,000 people died from measles in the entire world in 2010—a tribute to the vaccine's broad use.

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Dr. Ramya Bevoor​

MBBS,DNB( Family Medicine), Consultant Physician, Diabetologist , Faculty at CMC, Vellore

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The measles, the most contagious infectious disease known to exist in humans, continues to be one of the leading causes of death in children all over the world. Every 1,000 people who contract the disease die from measles, even in highly developed nations. Measles has no known cure, although vaccination has been a reliable method of protection since the 1960s. Despite the measles' high global morbidity and death, there has been substantial progress. Measles killed an estimated 777,000 people annually worldwide just ten years ago, in 2000. Only 160,000 people died from measles in the entire world in 2010—a tribute to the vaccine's broad use.