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In 1990, 631,000 people died from that childhood infection, which was the world’s 19th-leading cause of death. In 2010, only 125,000 people died from measles, which had fallen to the No. 62 cause.
“There have been very, very big payoffs in all the investments made to improve child survival,” said Alan D. Lopez, the dean of the school of population health at the University of Queensland in Australia, who with Murray led the project.