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Tuesday, 2 June 2015

What is immunisation

What is immunisation? 

Answer: Administering vaccines to prevent the disease is called immunization. Immunisation is a
technique to prevent infectious disease. 

In this technique, vaccines are given in to the people so that they develop temporary or permanent immunity
(Artificial Active Acquired Immunity) to fight against a particular disease.

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