Immunization Week #vaccinesWork

Immunization Week #vaccinesWork

An estimated 19.5 million infants worldwide are still missing out on basic vaccines.

So we are going to take some knowledge on immunization – vaccines today. World Health Organization held the campaign this year in relation of Immunization week. They also have a Quiz section on their website – You can get some more detailed knowledge about vaccines, how it works, in which disease it works & its effectiveness. Most of the facts I am sharing with you all here, so keep reading.

Immunization is the process where by a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by the administration of a vaccine. Vaccines stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect the person against subsequent infection or disease.

Immunization prevents illness, disability & death from vaccine-preventable diseases including cervical cancer, diphtheria, hepatitis B, measles, mumps, pertusis (whooping cough), pneumonia, polio, rotavirus diarrhoea, rubella and tetanus.

WORLD IMMUNIZATION WEEK [ 24 to 30 April,2018 ] is celebrated in the last week of April – aims to highlight the collective action needed to ensure that every person is protected from vaccine-preventable diseases. This year’s theme : “Protected together, #vaccinesWork”, encourages people at every level from donors to the general public to go further in their efforts to increase immunization coverage for the greater good.

More than Facts we have lots of scientist worldwide who tries different studies – researches for our health, for our future generations, a new research study reports that a vaccine delivered as ultrafine nasal spray was found to limit or prevent peanut allergy symptoms in mice. This study is the first step in potentially developing a vaccine to treat food allergies in humans. There are also so many researches going on to treat and prevent tumors through immunotherapy.

Be aware what is happening related to health sciences – Take care of your & your family’s health. Prevention is better than cure – that is what the immunization does.

Thank you for being here.


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