Vaccination

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State how vaccinations work. A small amount of an inactive microorganism is injected into your arm, causing antibodies to attack and memorize them. This means if the same type of microorganism attacked, antibodies could be produced rapidly.
List some pros of vaccination. Vaccines have helped to control many infections diseases Epidemics can easily be prevents
List some cons of vaccination. Vaccines don't always work You can sometimes have a bad reaction to a vaccine
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