Published in Vaccine Weekly, November 24th, 2004
"To evaluate economic implications of conducting a 'catch-up' measles vaccination campaign, we conducted an economic analysis of the 1996-1997 measles immunization campaign in two provinces of South Africa comparing the baseline two-dose routine immunization program to the combined vaccination strategy (routine two-dose immunization program, plus the 1996-1997 campaign)," scientists in the United States and South Africa report.
"The study findings indicate that the 1996-1997 mass measles immunization campaign was cost-effective in...
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