Journals Examine Measles from Many Perspectives

Public health officials across the United States find themselves grappling with a surge in cases of the measles. New York City has declared a public health emergency, and the Centers for Disease Control have confirmed more cases in the first 14 weeks of 2019 than in all of 2018.

Over the years, JHUP journals have taken a look at the disease from a variety of perspectives, especially looking at its return since it was declared eliminated in the U.S. in 2000.

Here is a small sampling of JHUP journals content on measles available on Project MUSE. All of these articles will be available free through the end of April 2019:

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