Mass vaccine against viral diseases Since 2000, measles have saved 21 million lives worldwide, according to WHO's World Health Organization (WHO) and the United States Department of Public Health (CDC), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
However, in 2017 there was a sharp trend, with the number of infected people rising by more than 30 percent, leading to 110,000 deaths, the report says.
"We did not have such an attack on the annual level earlier," said James Goodson, Global Mässingsexpert at CDC.
Why the new epidemic broke out have different explanations.
"We see there are armed clashes, and vaccination staff has difficulty in reaching the population, we see current and widespread explosions, namely Congo Kinshasa, Nigeria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Yemen, which means there is a reservoir of viruses that continue to live and spread to neighboring countries .
Resistance to the vaccine
In other places, such as Europe, North and South America, it is quite a dysfunction of the vaccine that causes an increase in the number of measles. Awfully, Goodson thinks.
"In many ways, a man sees a shift from science. As a researcher, it's sometimes surprising but we do everything we can to fight mischief and invite unsafe parents to talk to health professionals.
– Millions of vaccine doses are given once a year. So, we know this is a very safe vaccine. Careers should be encouraged to remind mothers that measles are a serious illness that can lead to serious complications – pneumonia and brain inflammation – and even death, he says.
Infected persons may also suffer from diarrhea and dehydration, ear infections and blindness. Children and adolescents who have suffered and have poor immune systems are extraordinary, according to WHO.
China against power
The only region facing the West is the Western Pacific, including the East Asian countries.
"We will see a record low in new cases in 2017. This is positive, mainly due to China's commitment to eradicating measles and the efforts to make measles vaccine available to all children," said James Goodson.
Rubbels are extinct in the same way as rowing. And disappearing measles, red dogs disappear after the purchase, when the measles vaccine is a combination vaccine.
"But there was a struggle to get funds to the goal of eradication," says Goodson.
Early detection is important
Routine vaccination of juveniles, mass vaccination campaigns and monitoring are important feet in the fight against the disease.
– Early wound detection is important for quick intervention of vaccine interventions in outbreak areas. If you do not have high-quality measles monitoring, it will be difficult to respond quickly to the outbreak of the epidemic.
On the other hand, Goodson does not consider mandatory vaccination as a good idea.
"It is important to respect human free elections, but I think laws that check that you have been vaccinated to start school are good, and that was one of the most important strategies in the United States that led to the ultimate extinction of measles in the United States. We are our last (internal) case in 2000, he says.