vaccination
Updated: 9/24/2018
vaccination
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science

Storyboard Text

  • Okay, sure. Can you explain how it works?
  • We will give her the varicella - or chickenpox - vaccine to prevent her from getting infected by chicken pox later in life.
  • ...
  • Yes, of course.
  • ... if you say so.
  • ???
  • Instead, these pathogens help her immune system build up by being recognised as foreign substances in her bloodstream. They are fought and sent to waste by her body.
  • When we vaccinate your child, we inject weak or dead pathogens into her body. They are too weak to harm her.
  • Oh. sO tHAt'S hOw VAcciNaTiONs wORK.
  • D:<
  • Vaccinations work to prevent your child from getting infected by this disease later in life. If she ever comes into contact with a chickenpox virus, her health will not be risked.
  • This is because her body already knows how to deal with it.
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