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  2. ... learn it too. Active immunity From vaccine or exposure to infection . Usually long-lasting immunity that is acquired through production of antibodies within the organism...

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  3. Hi Kimberley, It is still a viral infection . Since your immunity is low now you might have developed a secondary ear infection . This...

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  5. ...to be antibodies and therefore they are not providing any immunity (which means that you can get a new infection while still fighting the first one or right after you have recovered...

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  6. ... a state of having sufficient biological defenses to avoid infection , disease, or other unwanted biological invasion. CELLULAR IMMUNITY - Cell-mediated immunity is an immune response that does...

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  7. ...currently only one serotype of chickenpox virus circulating in humans. Infection results in immunity to the only virus that is out there. In addition, you come in contact with...

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  8. ... after multiple bouts of the disease. A person develops enough immunity to prevent severe infection and mortality, but can still become ill. Moreover, even this limited immunity ...

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  9. ...to repeat. There several factors that can induce the repeated infection : antibiotics, lowered immunity , washing your genitals with regular soaps etc. ...

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  10. Immunity is a biological term that describes a state... sufficient biological defenses to avoid infection , disease, or other unwanted biological invasion. In other...immune system then learns to recognize and attack the infection if you are exposed to it later...

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