Fewer die of measles, but experts warn trend could reverse

12/4/2009 | Reuters

The number of measles deaths worldwide decreased 78% from 2000 to 2008, mainly due to vaccination programs for children. Experts warned death rates could rise if immunizations fall off and said an increase in cases in the U.S. and Europe recently were linked to parents who refused to vaccinate children due to autism fears.

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