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NONSEnse Nordic network On Non-Specific Effects of vaccines and childhood morbidity 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 […]

About the project

Childhood morbidity and potential non-specific effects of the childhood vaccination programmes in the Nordic countries Children in the Nordic Countries are offered many vaccines that protect against a wide variety of specific infectious diseases. Studies from low-income countries indicate that vaccines might also alter the resistance towards other diseases. The main aim of this project […]

NONSEnse Partners

The project lead is Research Center for Vitamins and Vaccines, Statens Serum Institut, Denmark Denmark Research Center for Vitamins and Vaccines, Statens Serum Institut Project leader: Christine Stabell Benn Scientific coordinator:Signe Sørup Other team members:Lise GehrtNils Skajaa Infectious Disease Epidemiology & Prevention, Statens Serum InstitutTeam member: Tyra Grove Krause Norway Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology […]

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