When you get sick, your body generates antibodies to fight against the disease and help in getting better. Even after the disease has gone these antibodies stay in the body, and protect you from getting the same illness again. This process is called immunity. For developing immunity you need not develop immunity; you can be given a vaccine. Immunization protects people from disease by introducing a vaccine into the body that triggers an antibody response as if you had been exposed to a disease naturally. Similar antigens or parts of antigens that cause the disease are present in vaccines, but the antigens in vaccines are either killed or greatly weakened. Vaccines work because they trick your body so that it thinks it is being attacked by a disease.
Internal Medicine Open Access, an official journal of OMICS International publishes all the articles related to Immunization. The journal is subjecting all the received manuscripts to a strict peer review process. The articles published in the journal are Open Access i.e, freely accessible to readers all around the world. Internal Medicine Open Access is maintaining the quality of articles through its strict peer review process.
Last date updated on July, 2014