Roush and Murphy (2007) data

Reduction of number of cases for vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States before and after the introduction of the vaccine – Roush and Murphy (2007)1
Disease Number of Annual Prevaccine Cases Number of Annual Postvaccine Cases Reduction of Cases after Vaccine Introduction (in %)
Diphteria 21,053 0 100%
Measles 530,162 55 99.90%
Mumps 162,344 6,584 95.90%
Pertussis 200,752 15,632 92.20%
Poliomyeltis, acute 19,794 0 100%
Poliomyeltis, paralytic 16,316 0 100%
Rubella 47,745 11 99.90%
Congenital rubella syndrome 152 1 99.30%
Smallpox 29,005 0 100%
Tetanus 580 41 92.90%
Hepatitis A 117,333 15,298 87%
Acute hepatitis B 66,232 13,169 80.10%
Invasive (Haemophilus influenza type b) 20,000 <50 >99.8%
Invasive (pneumococcal disease) 63,067 41,550 34.10%
Varicella 4,085,120 612,768 85
Reduction of number of deaths for vaccine-preventable diseases in the United States before and after the introduction of the vaccine – Roush and Murphy (2007)2
Disease Number of Annual Prevaccine Deaths Number of Annual Postvaccine Deaths Reduction of Deaths after Vaccine Introduction (in %)
Diphteria 1822 0 100%
Measles 440 0 100%
Mumps 39 0 100%
Pertussis 4034 27 99.30%
Poliomyeltis, acute 1393 0 100%
Poliomyeltis, paralytic 1879 0 100%
Rubella 17 0 100%
Congenital rubella syndrome -- 0 --
Smallpox 337 0 100%
Tetanus 472 4 99.20%
Hepatitis A 137 18 86.90%
Acute hepatitis B 237 47 80.20%
Invasive (Haemophilus influenza type b) <5 >99.5
Invasive (pneumococcal disease) 6500 4850 25.4
Varicella 105 19 81.9