Pertussis making comeback, researchers say

11/1/2004 | Reuters

Whooping cough, or pertussis, is making a global comeback, leading experts to urge countries to begin organizing booster-shot programs to treat the disease. Speaking at a microbiology meeting, a researcher said although a vaccine for pertussis has been around for many years, studies indicate immunity subsides after five years.

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