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From: Available studies fail to provide strong evidence of increased risk of diarrhea mortality due to measles in the period 4–26 weeks after measles rash onset

Fig. 2

The incidence of three types of diarrhea in Akramuzzaman et al.’s cohort study of measles cases and matched controls [19]. The study included a hospital cohort and community cohort of children aged 6 months – 143 months who were followed up weekly for 24 weeks after recruitment. Diarrhea incidence is calculated at 6-week intervals. Permission to reproduce figure granted by WHO 20/12/2016 Permission Request Number 215071

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