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  1. kiiraa_x3
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    @SolomonZelman @Fearanoid @p

  2. anonymous
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    Give me a second okay? I will be right back .

  3. kiiraa_x3
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    okay @Fearanoid

  4. kiiraa_x3
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    @whpalmer4 @A.H.M. @welshfella @heretohelpalways @Nerdgirl

  5. anonymous
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    Kiraa, do you know what is happening in your body when you are vaccinated? Do you know the vaccination process? What is your idea about it?

  6. anonymous
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    Please, no direct answer, I'm sure Kiraa will find the reply with our help.

  7. anonymous
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    No. Vaccin doesn't kill virus and bacteria, I will help you, don't worry.

  8. anonymous
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    Do you know what is the immune system. What is it?

  9. anonymous
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    But how and what is immunity ? (you will see once we'll have finish, you will understand everything about vaccination, better than a direct answer) What are antibodies?

  10. anonymous
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    I think you didn't understand what is a vaccin according to the replies you gave. You won't have a good mark with this kind of answers. If you want to understand, I'll help you to understand. Vaccins kill nothing.

  11. anonymous
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    They ask you how the vaccins works, that's their question, but there are things you didn't understand about vaccination, you have to understand the process. What is the action of the vaccin over antibodies? If you can answer right to this question you can answer right to your teacher question.

  12. anonymous
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    The vaccin doesn't protect. The vaccin is not anymore in the body when the viruses arrive. It has been eliminated long ago. The vaccin transform the antibodies. That's the important thing to understand.

  13. anonymous
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    Yes, the vaccin stimulates the antibodies, it mimicks an ennemy, so the antibodies make "soldiers" and they have ready "soldiers" when the viruses come. So your teacher question is: what is the fight in the body of the non vaccinated (describe it), and how it differs from the fight in the body of the vaccinated person (describe it)

  14. anonymous
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    As you said, they remember. So they are ready for a new infection. You see, you are able to answer the teacher question.

  15. kiiraa_x3
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    So how do I put that into words?? I know it but cant put it into words right :(

  16. kiiraa_x3
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    @PERCE-NEIGE

  17. kiiraa_x3
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    hellooooo please tell me I need to get it done now @PERCE-NEIGE

  18. anonymous
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    Sorry, my connection was lost, I'm here now, wait a minute I prepare my answer.

  19. anonymous
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    You explained very well to me. "Vaccines also prepare your immune system to fight disease by taking advantage of the fact that the immune system can ‘remember’ infectious organisms. Vaccination gives us immunity without us having to experience the disease or its symptoms" And you add: So, in the case of the vaccinated patient, his B cell has already met the virus, but it was a weaken virus (the vaccine), so his immune system has been trained. But in the other case, the non vaccinated patient, the immune system wasn't prepared. And you can add anything what is it in your course about antigens, and what they taught you about vaccination.

  20. anonymous
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    *B cells, not B cell.

  21. kiiraa_x3
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    Thanks so muchhhh

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