Measles has been eliminated from the Americas, but that doesn't mean countries in that region have seen their last cases, experts say.
Elimination of endemic measles transmission in the Americas has been achieved.
The U.S. and other American regions are free of endemic measles, health officials say. Here's what that means.
Endemic measles has officially been wiped out in the Americas. That means the only outbreaks that happen are those imported from abroad. It’s the first region in the world to achieve this certification, but the battle against measle...