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EPI-NEWSNational surveillance of communicable diseases
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New mission and strategy

SSI has produced a new strategy with a focus on infectious disease preparedness, biobanking and biomarkers, and research. Read more about SSI's new strategy...
Danish National Biobank

The Danish National Biobank

The Danish National Biobank gives scientists from Denmark and abroad overview and access to more than 16 million biological samples in both existing and future collections. Read more about the Danish National Biobank...
In early 2017, the incidence is once again decreasing and it seems that the epidemic has peaked.
The WHO, the ECDC (the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control) and the US CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prev...
The yellow fever outbreak in Brazil is still spreading to new areas that are not normally considered yellow fever risk areas.

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Whooping cough 2016
Whooping cough in children below 2 years of age
Phasing-out of the temporary vaccination programme
New country classification for Zika virus
Extended yellow fever vaccination recommendations for travels to Brazil
Acute and chronic hepatitis C, 2016
Measles in Aarhus
New gonorrhea notification form
Cases of hepatitis A in Europe among men who have sex with men
Update on yellow fever in Brazil
Phasing-put of the temporary...

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New research from CVIVA shows that Danish children, who have received the live MMR vaccine together with the non-live DTaP-IPV-Hib vaccin...
Statens Serum Institut has participated in a study that describes an outbreak of tuberculosis in East Greenland. Using whole-genome seque...
Many women with perceived severe adverse reactions to the HPV vaccination showed symptoms before the first vaccination.
Statens Serum Institut has contributed to the first study that demonstrates that first-degree relatives of people who have been hospitali...

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