The risk of non-specific hospitalised infections following MMR vaccination given with and without inactivated vaccines in the second year of life. Comparative self-controlled case-series study in England.

Andrews, Nick; Stowe, Julia; Thomas, Sara L; Walker, Jemma L; Miller, Elizabeth; (2019) The risk of non-specific hospitalised infections following MMR vaccination given with and without inactivated vaccines in the second year of life. Comparative self-controlled case-series study in England. Vaccine, 37 (36). pp. 5211-5217. ISSN 0264-410X DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaccine.2019.07.059

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