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Eurosurveillance Special Editions 2010,  Volume 15:
  Vector-borne diseases - December 2010
  Spotlight on measles Part II - December 2010
  Socioeconomic determinants - July 2010
  Zoonotic diseases - June 2010
  Spotlight on measles Part I - June 2010
  Tuberculosis - March 2010


In this issue:
European Immunization Week
Measles outbreaks and elimination measures in Poland, MMR catch-up vaccinations for school leaver's in the UK, an ongoing mumps outbreak in the Netherlands, and recent polio cases in Tajikistan


Eurosurveillance, Volume 15, Issue 17, 29 April 2010

Table of Contents

Editorials

Spotlight on measles 2010
Measles still spreads in Europe: who is responsible for the failure to vaccinate?
Rapid communications

Outbreak of poliomyelitis in Tajikistan in 2010: risk for importation and impact on polio surveillance in Europe?
Abstract
Protection against poliomyelitis in Europe
Abstract
Ongoing mumps outbreak in a student population with high vaccination coverage, Netherlands, 2010
Abstract
Surveillance and outbreak reports

Spotlight on measles 2010: A measles outbreak in a Roma population in Pulawy, eastern Poland, June to August 2009
Abstract
Spotlight on measles 2010: An epidemiological overview of measles outbreaks in Poland in relation to the measles elimination goal
Abstract
Perspectives

Mass immunisation campaign in a Roma settled community created an opportunity to estimate its size and measles vaccination uptake, Poland, 2009
Abstract
Immunisations among school leavers: is there a place for measles-mumps-rubella vaccine?
Abstract
Miscellaneous

In the national epidemiological bulletins – a selection from current issues
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