Published in Vaccine Weekly, July 24th, 1995
The increase is not statistically significant, CDC said, because it was due in part to three major outbreaks involving mostly people who refused vaccination, and because there are so few cases to begin with.
As of June 13, 1995, local and state health departments in 39 states had reported 958 measles cases to CDC for 1994, according to CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). This represents the second...
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