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Climate Change May Draw $200 Billion Vaccine Boom, Analyst Says

Measles Makes Comeback, As Outbreak Happens In 22 States

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Higher temperatures across the globe could expose almost a billion more people to risks for diseases like Zika and Ebola by 2080 and that may be a boon for some drugmakers, Morgan Stanley tells investors.

Climate change could spell the rapid spread of infectious diseases and Europe in particular is at risk, analysts led by health-care specialist Matthew Harrison wrote in a note to clients.