Measles prevention and virus function: a brief look in the current literature

Figures released by Public Health England indicate that the numbers of laboratory-confirmed cases of measles increased hugely between 2017 (n=274) and the first half of 2018 (n=738). Recently published articles on the subject from around the world suggest that issues related to poor vaccination uptake and also increased immigration and the associated importation of the virus are just two of a number of reasons for this increase in infection.

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