The Key Role Of Immunisation In Spread

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Immunisation plays a key role in averting grave diseases from spreading. Up until the middle of the last century, large numbers of babies and toddlers died before their third birthday because of catching various infectious diseases, together with tuberculosis, typhoid and diphtheria. others lived the illness but were left with long-term disabilities, including deafness. The breakthrough in stopping deaths in early childhood came with the use of antibiotics, better-quality hygiene and living conditions but also because vaccines were established which gave children immunity to the diseases. Vaccines work by giving the body a safe form of the disease so that the body’s immune system can develop antibodies to protect itself. These antibodies mean
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