NONSEnse

Nordic network On Non-Specific Effects of vaccines and childhood morbidity

MMR revac ITS article
Revaccination with measles-mumps-rubella vaccine did not affect how many children were hospitalized for infections in Sweden and Denmark
In a previous study of Danish children, revaccination with measles,-mumps, and-rubella (MMR) vaccine was associated with reduction in hospitalization for infections other than measles, mumps, and rubella that last 2 days or more. We tested if we could see this effect at the population level in Denmark and Sweden, but it was not possible.

About the project

Childhood morbidity and potential non-specific effects of the childhood vaccination programmes in the Nordic countries.

The main aim of this project is to examine if vaccines can affect the health of children in Nordic Countries, besides the protection offered against the targeted diseases. It is a Nordic research project running from 2017 to September 2022 and it is funded by NordForsk.

January 8th 2019

Project Partners

The project have partners from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland.