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  1. ...humeral and cellular immunity (both T-cells and B-cells immunity ).. and even if the antibodies count were low soon after the infection , the Memory B & T cells remain in our...

    9 Answers · Health · 28/08/2020

  2. ... to get infected again (or rather, if the infection enters your body it will be rapidly ...before you get sick).  Now the extent of your immunity will vary from disease to disease.  Some diseases...

    4 Answers · Health · 23/07/2020

  3. the claim people who had the virus got well and were infected again seems like a leap of nothing most people know no one who had it one time... let alone a second time  shear numbers do not pan out  but if the anti-bodes do not protect you ,, and everyone...

    6 Answers · Health · 07/05/2020

  4. ...news is that now your daughter will have a true natural immunity and no need for future boosters. Why do ... or enough of them to halt the progression of the infection as typically expected.

    8 Answers · Health · 04/08/2019

  5. ...all year, it would not be a problem here, so your body has to build up immunity to this new situation. Cover your mouth with a maskm, while doing...

    5 Answers · Health · 04/07/2019

  6. ...plaque where detection of such an organism is always treated. Normal immunity keeps such opportunist infections in check. The vaccine is to protect the body from invasive systemic disease...

    1 Answers · Health · 12/02/2019

  7. ... nose, watery eyes etc. If they tends to be sick with infection often, it may indicate that the immune system is not working as well as it...

    4 Answers · Health · 07/02/2019

  8. Short answer: no. Tetanus incidence is low in the US because of wide use of the tetanus vaccine. Tetanus affects people who are not vaccinated. Before the vaccine was introduced, tetanus caused more than 450...

    7 Answers · Health · 19/08/2018

  9. ...take longer to get out of your system and take while for your immunity to kick in, and God knows this year's flu was one of the...

    3 Answers · Health · 23/03/2018

  10. ...while still learning how to detect and fight that strain of the virus for future infections (active immunity ).

    3 Answers · Health · 16/11/2017

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