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Surge in measles cases causing major concern and it's especially concerned for very young children more than one hundred forty thousand people worldwide die from measles last year most of them younger than five years old the CDC's Dr Robert Lincoln says for those who think measles is not that serious think again when a person is infected with measles the measles virus actually wipes out a broad part of their music system and that leaves survivors vulnerable to other potentially deadly diseases he says the best protection against measles is vaccination Sabrina Cupid ninety five point five