Measles: Battling complacency in Europe

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April 27th, 2012

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‘The number of measles cases in Europe has risen considerably in recent years. Experts say parents and health professionals have grown complacent and underestimate the risk of vaccine-preventable diseases, but the WHO believes measles can be eliminated in Europe if immunisation rates improve.’

Vaccination-cafeIn this video discussion, Dr Dina Pfeifer of the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, and Dr Uwe Ehrentreich, a consultant paediatrician, address the factors behind Europe’s measles problem and discuss ways to improve vaccination uptake.

This is the first in our new Vaccination Café series of conversations about vaccine-preventable diseases. 

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  1. sarah cawtryuilly

    sarah cawtryuilly

    February 4th, 2013

    this helped me a bit towards my science work if the MMR vaccine so thank you ever so much for this who ever created this and i would also like to know who DID create this website and why they named it what it is and what they are ovsbously called and when they created it, im sorry im just currois in who it was and i am really interested in how it works and what is it that is exactly in a MMR vaccine?

    .thank you for your cooperation.
    .Sarah.