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What are some of the tools in this course that epidemiologists use to perform their work?

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What are some of the tools in this course that epidemiologists use to perform their work?

Some of the tools that epidemiologists use to perform their work of fighting a virus infection is the use of vaccine. Vaccines are entity that take advantage of the body's natural ability to learn how to combat many diseases causing germs or microbes and attack it. Vaccines make the body learn how to protect itself from microbes it has encountered before. Vaccines are make of dead or part (microbes) that have been killed or weakened so they do not cause disease. When the immune system confronts these harmless microbes (vaccines), it rapidly clears them from your body. In other words, vaccines trick the immune ...

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Vaccines are entity that take advantage of the body's natural ability to learn how to combat many diseases causing germs or microbes and attack it. Vaccines make the body learn how to protect itself from microbes it has encountered before. Vaccines are make of dead or part (microbes) that have been killed or weakened so they do not cause disease.

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