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mea·sle

(mē'zĕl),
1. The larva (Cysticercus cellulosae) of Taenia solium, the pork tapeworm; C. cellulosae is less frequently used to designate cysticerci of T. solium.
2. The larva (Cysticercus bovis) of Taenia saginata, the beef tapeworm; the term C. bovis is less frequently used to designate cysticerci of T. bovis.

measle

(1) Cysticercus, see there.
(2) See Measles.
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WiseGuyReports have announced the addition of a new report titled "2019 Global and Regional Measle Vaccine Market Research Report Forecast 2025".
Dr Dzulkefly was quoted as saying, of the 112 Orang Asli cases, the Health Ministry recorded three deaths with the latest victim being a boy aged two years six months, due to complications from measles.
Measles is an extremely infectious viral illness that can affect anyone, no matter how old they are.
Department of Health (DOH) region 10 clarifies in Talakayan sa PIA, media forum, here that despite the rise of measles cases in the region, vaccines are enough and available for free at community health centers.
The Central Regional Directorate of the Ghana Health Service (GHS) is expected to vaccinate more than 30,000 children between the ages of nine months and five years against Measles and Rubella from October 17 to 22.Dr Kwaku Karikari, Deputy Regional Director in-charge of Public Health, made this known at the launch of the Regional measles-rubella vaccination campaign in Cape Coast on Wednesday.
The speakers, including Professor Dr Imran, Dr Saeed Akhtar and others stated that the government was launching an anti-measle campaign in which kids from six months to seven-year-old would be provided vaccination against measle.
KWARA state government aims to capture a total number of 404,703 children between ages nine months and five years in the 16 local government areas of the state in this year measles vaccination campaign.
Three-year-old Sarah is immunised against measles in South Sudan (Photo: UNICEF)
Beaton et al., "Human mesenchymal stromal cells deliver systemic oncolytic measles virus to treat adcute lymphoblastic leukemia in the presence of humoral immunity," Blood, vol.
The Las PiAaAaAeA~as City Health Office yesterday reported 79 cases of measle resulting in the death of one.
Figure 4: English pseudo-plurals: Noun A BEND 'curve' BLUE 'color' CHECKER 'store employee' CRAP 'feces' HIVE 'nest of bees' MEASLE 'tapeworm larva' MECHANIC 'repairer of machines' PHYSIC 'act of healing' Noun B BENDS 'decompression sickness' BLUES 'type of music' CHECKERS 'board game' CRAPS 'dice game' HIVES 'allergic disorder' MEASLES 'disease' MECHANICS 'branch of physical science' PHYSICS 'science dealing with matter' Since BENDS, BLUES, CHECKERS, CRAPS, HIVES, MEASLES, MECHANICS and PHYSICS all satisfy the eye and the ear, they are true pseudo-plurals and not quasi-pseudo-plurals.
Survivors include four sons, George Hagar, Roland Hagar, Reuben Hagar and Thomas Hagar; three daughters, Alice Measle, Mary Spiva, and May Hargiss; a brother, Lee Daniels; a sister, Georgie Bland; numerous grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren.