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Measles Vaccination Is Decreasing Leading To New Outbreak

Measles has once been a very common disease that affects all infants. It was very dangerous back then and used to lead to high mortality rates. However, after finding the vaccination for this disease, it got easier to handle and prevent. These vaccinations are being given to children once they are born to help prevent the disease from attacking them.

However, in our modern world many different debates have risen to stop children from getting vaccinated. This is due to an argument of many side effects caused by adding substances to your children body at a very young age. This has led to weakness of their body and being vulnerable to measles.

The problem in such an event is the fact that a recent study has shown that measles is on the verge of a new outbreak. A resurgence for the disease might occur due to the lack of vaccination being taken by humans. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine conducted by a team from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health, and the Penn State University College of Medicine’s Milton S. Hershey Medical Center.

The study recommends people to move back to vaccination and encourages the measles vaccination due to the expected outbreak of the disease. It is important to not make it spread to help from any evolving of the bacteria.

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