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  Posted on: Monday, May 20, 2019
Current vaccination policies not enough to prevent measles resurgence
Homeland Security News Wire
Current vaccination policies may not be sufficient to achieve and maintain measles elimination and prevent future resurgence in several advanced countries. “Our results suggest that most of the countries we have studied would strongly benefit from the introduction of compulsory vaccination at school entry in addition to current immunization programs,” says the author of a new study.

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