John Haurum

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A questionnaire investigation among general practitioners revealed that 29% of these were less positive about vaccination for measles, mumps and German measles (MFR vaccination) than for the remainder of the vaccination programme for children. Knowledge about contraindications for MFR vaccination was incomplete. Thus, only 26% of the general practitioners(More)
In a questionnaire investigation concerning attitudes to and knowledge about MFR vaccination among 81 parents who did not want their children to be vaccinated against measles, mumps and German measles, the parents could be divided into two main groups with reasons formulated in advance: 41% stated that "infectious diseases are beneficial for children"(More)
for over a century. Traditional immunoglobulin therapy has the advantage of reflecting the diversity of the natural immune response, but has limited clinical applications. During the past 10 years, many monoclonal antibodies have been successfully introduced to the market. The monoclonal antibody approach has the advantage of specificity, but often lacks(More)
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