Measles Is One of the Most Contagious Diseases in the World

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Measles is one of the most contagious diseases worldwide. Infectious disease researcher Dr. Ravina Kullar shares that before the vaccine was developed over 2.6 million people died. If someone infected with measles entered a room with unvaccinated people and coughed, 90 percent of the unvaccinated would become infected. Why would the United States want to go back to that, Dr. Kullar wonders?

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