Is it or is it not? Lessons learned from a case of suspected vaccine strain measles

Measles continues to be a threat to Australia. While post‐eradication risks are low, imported measles cases from overseas travellers who are non‐immune can cause small outbreaks. This case report discusses the challenge of identifying wild‐type measles in an individual who was recently vaccinated with measles‐containing vaccine (MCV). Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health

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