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You are correct, however the next sentence in the WHO report addresses the extent of the threat in North America:"More than 95% of measles deaths occur in low-income countries with weak health infrastructures."Before becoming alarmed by media reports, it's a good idea for folks to do their research!
@Anonymous - Yes, North America has very few measles deaths - precisely because we vaccinate our children. The measles deaths that do occur here are primarily due to anti-vaxx parents.Indeed many research trials have been done, but still no link exists between MMR vaccination and autism, etc.One final coffin nail: Dr. Andrew Wakefield's original 1998 paper linking MMR to autism has been totally discredited by his peers, citing unethical, dishonest conduct; his paper has been withdrawn from the Lancet where it was originally published.Denying a child lifesaving medicine is child abuse, and our society should not tolerate such parental neglect.
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