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Arez, Ana Paula, Mvula, Hazzie, Heinsbroek, Ellen, Chihana, Menard, Crampin, Amelia C., Kabuluzi, Storn, Chirwa, Geoffrey, Mwansambo, Charles, Costello, Anthony, Cunliffe, Nigel A., Heyderman, Robert, French, Neil and Bar-Zeev, Naor (2016) 'Predictors of Uptake and Timeliness of Newly Introduced Pneumococcal and Rotavirus Vaccines, and of Measles Vaccine in Rural Malawi: A Population Cohort Study'. PLoS ONE, Vol 11, Issue 5, e0154997.

Dimala, Christian Akem, Kadia, Benjamin, Nji, Miriam Aiwokeh Mbong and Bechem, Ndemazie Nkafu (2021) 'Factors associated with measles resurgence in the United States in the post-elimination era'. Scientific Reports, Vol 11, p. 51.

Hungerford, D, MacPherson, P, Farmer, S, Ghebrehewet, S, Seddon, D, Vivancos, R and Keenan, A (2015) 'Effect of socioeconomic deprivation on uptake of measles, mumps and rubella vaccination in Liverpool, UK over 16 years: A Longitudinal Ecological Study'. Epidemiology and Infection, Vol 144, Issue 6, pp. 1201-1211.

Keenan, Alex, Ghebrehewet, Sam, Vivancos, Roberto, Seddon, Dan, MacPherson, Peter ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0329-9613 and Hungerford, Daniel (2017) 'Measles outbreaks in the UK, is it when and where, rather than if? A database cohort study of childhood population susceptibility in Liverpool, UK'. BMJ Open, Vol 7, Issue 3, e014106.

Patel, Dipti, Simons, Hilary and Schlagenhauf, Patricia (2019) 'The March of measles - Can travel medicine halt the pace?'. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, Vol 29, pp. 4-5.

Yamaguchi, S., Dunga, A., Broadhead, R. L. and Brabin, Bernard (2002) 'Epidemiology of measles in Blantyre, Malawi: analyses of passive surveillance data from 1996 to 1998'. Epidemiology and Infection, Vol 129, Issue 2, pp. 361-369.

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Effective Health Care Research Consortium (2010) Should vitamin A be given routinely to children with pneumonia unrelated to measles? Evidence update - Summary of a Cochrane Review. Liverpool, Effective Health Care Research Consortium, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.

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