Measles Vaccinating Young Children: A Case Study

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The risk factors are unvaccinated young children who are malnourished, pregnant women and an immunocompromised person such as HIV/AIDS who cannot fight disease. The measles-related deaths are caused by complications include blindness, encephalitis, severe diarrhea and severe respiratory infections such as pneumonia (WHO, 2017). Measles is still common problems in developing countries including Africa and Asia. Although measles vaccine is a safe and cost-effective, many countries cannot afford due to low incomes and weak health structures.
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