The Council on Foreign Relations recently created a new mapping tool that plots disease outbreaks caused by vaccine-preventable diseases like measles, polio and rubella. From the map, it's clear that these preventable outbreaks are widespread, even in the developed world. It's also clear that expanding access to life-saving vaccines could make a major global impact. Visit Sabin Vaccine Institute's Vaccine Advocacy and Education pages to learn more about what can be done to prevent needless suffering caused by vaccine-preventable diseases.
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