The history of killed and live measles vaccine administration and exposure to natural disease is detailed in four adolescent siblings over a 16-year period. In two of these siblings, atypical measles developed 16 years after killed measles virus vaccine was administered, despite intercurrent doses of live measles virus vaccine.
(JAMA 244:804-806, 1980)
Fulginiti VA, Helfer RE. Atypical Measles in Adolescent Siblings 16 Years After Killed Measles Virus Vaccine. JAMA. 1980;244(8):804–806. doi:10.1001/jama.1980.03310080038022
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