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Leads from the MMWR

Leads from the MMWR from the MMWR Leads Atlanta 33/No. for Disease Control, and 37, Centers Morbidity Weekly (Vol. 1984), Mortality Report and Rubella Rubella Congenital Syndrome 1983-1984 —United States, first weeks of a Rubella: the 33 1984, During of rubella has been of 500 total cases provisional this is decline from the the a 33% to CDC; reported of 1983. To 745 cases the same period reported during of rubella. 16 are free states reported date, total of 970 rubella cases was In a 1983, provisional CDC. This is a 58% decrease over the to the reported the lowest 1982 total of cases and reported 2,325 of since rubella became number a cases nationally and The 1983 notifiable disease in 1966 1 (Figs 2). is a of 0.4 cases incidence rate 100,000 population per the all-time low incidence 54% decline from previous •Shaded area maximum and minimum values represents weekly during a 98% from in 1981 of and decline rate 0.9/100,000 1977-1981. 5-year period, rubella vaccine licensure. the of 1969, Source: MMWR year weekly reports. and the District of Columbia Thirteen states in with no rubella cases 1983, compared reported the District of Columbia in 1982. The seven and states the under http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Leads from the MMWR

JAMA , Volume 252 (15) – Oct 19, 1984

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1984 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1984.03350150005004
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Abstract

from the MMWR Leads Atlanta 33/No. for Disease Control, and 37, Centers Morbidity Weekly (Vol. 1984), Mortality Report and Rubella Rubella Congenital Syndrome 1983-1984 —United States, first weeks of a Rubella: the 33 1984, During of rubella has been of 500 total cases provisional this is decline from the the a 33% to CDC; reported of 1983. To 745 cases the same period reported during of rubella. 16 are free states reported date, total of 970 rubella cases was In a 1983, provisional CDC. This is a 58% decrease over the to the reported the lowest 1982 total of cases and reported 2,325 of since rubella became number a cases nationally and The 1983 notifiable disease in 1966 1 (Figs 2). is a of 0.4 cases incidence rate 100,000 population per the all-time low incidence 54% decline from previous •Shaded area maximum and minimum values represents weekly during a 98% from in 1981 of and decline rate 0.9/100,000 1977-1981. 5-year period, rubella vaccine licensure. the of 1969, Source: MMWR year weekly reports. and the District of Columbia Thirteen states in with no rubella cases 1983, compared reported the District of Columbia in 1982. The seven and states the under

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