Listen: Measles, Los Angeles And Canucks discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"In Los Angeles. Measles cases across the country of increased forty three percent in two weeks. That's two numbers released by the CDC. While most of the cases this year are linked to New York measles has been confirmed in twenty states, including California just last week officials said. A traveler with measles pass through the Long Beach airport twice recently, while infectious health officials say the rise of measles cases, is due in part to travel to and from places like Israel, and the Philippines, which have big outbreaks. The majority of the people who get measles. They say were unvaccinated measles is highly contagious, but also a completely preventable disease. The key more with Canucks in Los Angeles. Scientists are calling it a major medical breakthrough"