Vaccination

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What is vaccination?
Vaccinations protect us from future diseases of that paticular pathogen
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What is MMR?
Measles, mumps and rubella
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What is injected into bodies when vaccinated?
Dead or unactive pathogens
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Explain how the vaccination works
When the dead or unactive pathogen is inside the body the white blood cells are able to rapidly produce antibodies, so that if the pathogen becomes active again, it is able to be killed by the antibodies straight away.
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What type of microb is chicken pox?
Virus
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