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Global measles cases spike 30 percent: WHO

By DW
02 December 2018   |   10:12 am
A jump in measles cases is worrying health experts as outbreaks ravage countries and regions that had eliminated the deadly disease. Conflict, poverty and misinformation about vaccines are threatening years of progress.

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