Feedback
A measles outbreak in the U.S. has cast a spotlight the anti-vaccine movement.

Related

BSIP / UIG via Getty Images file
Why measles hits so hard within the New York Orthodox Jewish community Why measles hits so hard within the New York Orthodox Jewish community Why measles hits so hard within the New York Orthodox Jewish community Why measles hits so hard within the New York Orthodox Jewish community

Orthodox Jewish community hit hardest by measles

Demetrius Freeman / The New York Times via Redux Pictures
One New York City student with measles sickened 21 people amid outbreak One New York City student with measles sickened 21 people amid outbreak One New York City student with measles sickened 21 people amid outbreak

Student with measles sickened 21 people amid New York City outbreak

Elaine Thompson / AP
Clark County keeps 800 students out of school due to measles outbreak Clark County keeps 800 students out of school due to measles outbreak Clark County keeps 800 students out of school due to measles outbreak

Cost of measles outbreak: 800 students kept out of school

Recently vaccinated teen testifies before Congress about anti-vaccination

Congressional hearing on measles outbreak highlighted by anger, disruptions

How a mother started her own vaccine campaign to get rates up

Measles kills 900 in Madagascar, according to WHO report

Amid measles outbreak, some unvaccinated teens are seeking ways to get their shots

Measles cases nationwide rise to 101, CDC says

Measles outbreak in southwestern Washington rises to 50 cases

Measles outbreaks make 2018 a near-record year for U.S.

Texas Children's Hospital nurse fired after post about measles patient

Measles Vaccination Saves You From More Than Measles

Measles Vaccine Gaps Put U.S. At Risk, Reports Show

California Passes Bill to End Vaccination Exemptions

California Bill May Reshape Vaccination Laws Across the Nation

Measles Outbreak Traced to Disneyland is Declared Over

Disney-linked Measles Outbreak Soon to be Over in California

Oklahoma Reports First Measles Case in 18 Years

Most Doctors Agree to 'Spread Out' Kids' Shots, Survey Finds

Vaccinate Against Measles, WHO Tells Europe and Russia

Measles Count Climbs to 141

Steel Magnolias: Tough Mississippi Laws Protect State Against Measles

'Measles Parties' in California Prove False

Unringing the Bell: Education Key to Vaccine-Wary, Senate Told

7 Vaccine Myths Debunked by Doctors

Chicago Measles Outbreak: 8 Now Infected

Doctors to Vaccine Doubters: Get Your Kids Vaccinated

What's in a Measles Vaccine?

Think the U.S Has a Measles Problem? Just Look at Europe

Five Babies Infected in Chicago-Area Measles Cluster

End of Opt Out? California Bill Would Tighten Vaccination Rules

CDC Chief to Vaccine Worriers: Ignore the Internet Myths

Jeb Bush: 'Parents Ought to Make Sure Their Children are Vaccinated'

Should Vaccination Be a Choice? Measles Hijacks Flu Hearing

Disney Measles Outbreak Could Get Worse, Experts Warn

Even One Vaccination Works: Five Things To Know About Measles

'Ow, Ow, Ow': Child's Bout With Measles Makes Parents Glad for Vaccine

In 17 States, Too Few Kids Vaccinated Against Measles

Don't Call Them Dumb: Experts on Fighting the Anti-Vaccine Movement

Disney Measles Outbreak Came From Overseas, CDC Says

Demand for Measles Vaccine Sends Crowds Even to Anti-Vax Docs

Disneyland Measles Outbreak: Why One Mom Recommends Vaccination