Measles vaccination: A matter of confidence and commitment

Measles, a highly contagious viral infection, is in various respects the perfect example of a threat to health that respects neither aspirations nor boundaries between developed and developing countries. Complications of measles infection include pneumonia (the most common cause of death in children with measles), encephalitis, ear infections that can lead to permanent deafness, and diarrhoea. (Editorial)

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