WHO Measles Report Author Robert Perry Discusses Efforts Needed To Eradicate Disease In NPR Interview

NPR: Why The World Is Falling Behind In The Campaign To Kill Measles
“…Data just released by the World Health Organization show that between 2000 and 2014, the number of measles-related deaths plummeted from 546,800 to 114,900. But progress has slowed recently. Report author Dr. Robert Perry, a vaccine specialist, explained what needs to happen to make measles history…” (Hallett, 11/16).

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