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Parents Aren't Vaccinating Their Kids. Now, Measles Are Breaking Out All Over

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Parents Aren't Vaccinating Their Kids. Now, Measles Are Breaking Out All Over

Parents Aren't Vaccinating Their Kids. Now, Measles Are Breaking Out All Over

Before the advent of the measles vaccine in 1963, the contagious infection was a common childhood illness.

Hundreds of children died every year, and millions more had symptoms. Now, Business Insider reports public health officials in Clark County, Washington have declared an emergency.

They've identified at least 50 cases of measles, most of which are in kids who aren't vaccinated.

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