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Many 50-year-olds in Finland lack immunity against significant diseases

Tuesday 02.05.2017 klo 00:00

The MMR vaccine, which provides immunity against mumps, rubella and measles was added to the National Immunisation Programme in 1982. People who were born in the late 1960s and early 1970s, who are now entering their fifties, are likely to have never received this vaccination.