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IASR Vol. 37, No. 4 (No. 434) April 2016

  topicMeasles and Rubella/Congenital Rubella Syndrome in Japan, as of March 2016

  • Progress towards measles elimination in the Western Pacific Region of WHO
  • A case of measles who developed symptoms shortly after returning from Mongolia, July 2015--Nara Prefecture
  • Importance of inter-municipality coordination for maintaining measles elimination status: Shizuoka Prefecture's Western District's experience from an imported measles case from Qatar
  • Measles situation in Indonesia
  • Osaka Prefectural Public Health Institute's contribution to measles control
  • Trends in clinically suspected and laboratory diagnosed cases of reported measles, 2011 to 2015--National Epidemiological Surveillance of Infectious Diseases
  • Laboratory diagnosis of measles and rubella: capacity and role of Prefectural and Municipal Public Health Institutes
  • Measles & rubella seroprevalence and measles & rubella vaccine coverage in Japan, FY2015--National Epidemiological Surveillance of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (interim data)
  • Provision of rubella antibody testing and MR vaccination for adults supported by public funds, Aichi Prefecture--perspectives from a health center
  • Current global situation of rubella control
  • Tokyo Prefecture's new project that supports private sector's company-based activities for control and prevention of rubella and other infections
  • Towards rubella elimination by FY2020
  • Contribution of obstetrics/gynecology clinics for prevention, control and elimination of rubella
  • Japan's strategy for control of measles and rubella--Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
  • NDM-5-metallo-β-lactamase producing Escherichia coli ST410 infection in Japan



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