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Preventive PurposePlay
Vaccines are designed to prevent, not cure diseases. They prepare the body to defend against future infections. SlideAfter the vaccine, his body could fight off the virus.
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Know some typical vaccines for frequent discussions about health: flu, measles, HPV are common examples. SlideDuring the outbreak, the measles vaccine was highly sought after.
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Healthcare ContextPlay
The word 'vaccine' is often used in medical or public health contexts, especially in news or discussions about epidemics. SlideThe government launched a vaccine campaign for all citizens.