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'The suffering we are seeing today is completely avoidable,' health secretary says***

U.S. measles outbreak hits 25-year peak, federal health officials say - U.S. News - Haaretz.com

Nearly three-quarters of this year's 704 measles cases in the U.S. occurred in unvaccinated people, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.Nearly three-quarters of this year's 704 measles cases in the U.S. occurred in unvaccinated people, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

"The suffering we are seeing today is completely avoidable.""The suffering we are seeing today is completely avoidable."

Measles Outbreak Hits Frightening New Milestone | HuffPost

The United States so far this year has recorded 704 cases of measles in 22 states, its largest outbreak since public health officials in 2000 declared the disease eradicated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.The United States so far this year has recorded 704 cases of measles in 22 state...

Factbox: What you need to know about the U.S. measles outbreak - Reuters

Fainy Sukenik's daughter Shira contracted measles at just seven months old and the mum has accused people who choose not to vaccinate as violating her child's health Fainy Sukenik's daughter Shira contracted measles at just seven months old and the mum has accused people who choose not to vaccinate as violating her child's health

Furious mum posts video of sick baby girl as warning to 'anti-vaxxer' parents - World News - Mirror Online

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This irrational resistance to the vaccine is dangerous because measles is incredibly contagious.This irrational resistance to the vaccine is dangerous because measles is incredibly contagious.

Trump now agrees on importance of vaccinations | TheHill

This irrational resistance to the vaccine is dangerous because measles is incredibly contagious.This irrational resistance to the vaccine is dangerous because measles is incredibly contagious.

Trump now agrees on importance of vaccinations | TheHill

There is no treatment for measles. We have no antiviral medications, no cure. Once someone is infected, medical science is essentially helpless against this potentially deadly illness.There is no treatment for measles. We have no antiviral medications, no cure. Once someone is infected, medical science is essentially helpless against this potentially deadly illness.

A regrettable milestone in the measles epidemic | The Seattle Times

“Trump's health secretary praises him for coming around on vaccines amid the measles outbreak https://t.co/VOOxYx5339 @arthurallen202”

Adriel Bettelheim on Twitter: "Trump's health secretary praises him for coming around on vaccines amid the measles outbreak https://t.co/VOOxYx5339 @arthurallen202"

“Our $99 million measles outbreak: Treating just one measles case costs up to $142,000, including cost to public health system (tracking/vaccinating everyone exposed). With nearly 700 cases, that adds up to $99 million and counting. https://t.co/CpcHwqMDkD”

Liz Szabo on Twitter: "Our $99 million measles outbreak: Treating just one measles case costs up to $142,000, including cost to public health system (tracking/vaccinating everyone exposed). With nearly 700 cases, that adds up to $99 million and counting. https://t.co/CpcHwqMDkD"

“Measles was almost eradicated prior to the anti-vax movement. However, the spread of misinformation has lead to outbreaks around the country. We must stop misinformation that undermines public health. This bill will help. https://t.co/HJ1HLLm1Rk @Kyle_Mullica #copolitics #coleg”

Crisanta Duran on Twitter: "Measles was almost eradicated prior to the anti-vax movement. However, the spread of misinformation has lead to outbreaks around the country. We must stop misinformation that undermines public health. This bill will help. https://t.co/HJ1HLLm1Rk @Kyle_Mullica #copolitics #coleg"

“.@AFTunion members, including our healthcare members and educators, are committed to fighting the measles outbreak. Vaccines are safe and necessary. Here's my op-ed. https://t.co/X4TIfiIvB8”

Randi Weingarten on Twitter: ".@AFTunion members, including our healthcare members and educators, are committed to fighting the measles outbreak. Vaccines are safe and necessary. Here's my op-ed. https://t.co/X4TIfiIvB8"

The number of measles cases in the United States has reached a 25-year peak, propelled by the spread of misinformation about the vaccine that can prevent the disease, federal health officials said on Monday. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 704 cases as of April 26, a 1.3The number of measles cases in the United States has reached a 25-year peak, propelled by the spread of misinformation about the vaccine that can prevent the disease, federal health officials said on Monday. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 704 cases as of April 26, a 1.3

U.S. measles outbreak hits 'completely avoidable' 25-year-high: officials

Doctors and nurses are being urged to highlight the importance of vaccines in their conversations with patients in a bid to overturn the tide of “vaccine hesitancy” sweeping the world.Doctors and nurses are being urged to highlight the importance of vaccines in their conversations with patients in a bid to overturn the tide of “vaccine hesitancy” sweeping the world.

Doctors urged to talk to parents about importance of vaccines

Citing growing concerns over measles outbreaks across the US, President Trump said that Americans have to get vaccinated, parting from previous skepticism Citing growing concerns over measles outbreaks across the US, President Trump said that Americans have to get vaccinated, parting from previous skepticism

Trump Actually Just Said Something We Agree With | IFLScience

Community leaders fear outbreak of anti-Semitism and call on their members to vaccinate kids warning of disinformation about dangers Community leaders fear outbreak of anti-Semitism and call on their members to vaccinate kids warning of disinformation about dangers

The measles vaccine was licensed in the US in 1963, but the virus is making a comeback. Early symptoms are like the flu, then a bumpy rash breaks out.The measles vaccine was licensed in the US in 1963, but the virus is making a comeback. Early symptoms are like the flu, then a bumpy rash breaks out.

Measles signs and symptoms: How to spot the virus - INSIDER

The disease is spreading mostly among unvaccinated children, though adults may also be at risk.The disease is spreading mostly among unvaccinated children, though adults may also be at risk.

Measles outbreak 2019: cases have surged in some parts of the US. Some people might need a booster. - Vox