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immunize

 [im´u-nīz]
to render immune.

im·mu·nize

(im'yū-nīz),
1. To render immune.
2. To administer immunization.

immunize

(ĭm′yə-nīz′)
tr.v. immu·nized, immu·nizing, immu·nizes
To produce immunity in, as by inoculation.

im′mu·ni·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.

im·mu·nize

(im'yū-nīz)
To render immune.

Patient discussion about immunize

Q. Is there a vaccination against hepatitis? I want to volunteer in a charity organization abroad soon, and I heard that currently there’s and outbreak of hepatitis in the town I intend to go to. Is there anything I can do to prevent me from getting hepatitis? Is there a way to get a vaccination against it?

A. before you would like to go on with any vaccination, you should check out this very long list of links:

http://www.aegis.ch/neu/links.html

at the bottom you will also find links in english. vaccinations in general are very disputable/dubious and it is probably time that we learn about it.

Q. Why does the body attack itself in autoimmune diseases? And if it’s possible - How come it doesn’t happen most of the time?

A. Some say cell-wall deficient (CWD) bacteria can live inside your cells (were apparently photographed in immune cells under electron microscope). See www.marshallprotocol.com and autoimmunityresearch.org (run by the autoimmunity research foundation). Also see bacteriality.com. I have been on the MP for just over a year. It has helped a lot of my symptoms, including lowering my TSH (thyroid) from hashimoto's thyroiditis (autoimmune thyroid condition). I hope that my thyroid will eventually regain all of it's function (still taking some thyroid hormone supplement, but less). The MP is not without "side effects," which are said to be from bacterial die-off and cell death when the bacteria are killed. It is experimental and should only be undertaken with that in mind. The marshallprotocol.com website is currently moderated by volunteers. There needs to be more research on CWD bacterial colonies and their possible role in autoimmune diseases. Please mention this to your doctor(s).

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He said that the three-day anti-polio drive at each union council was in progress successfully and the target of immunizing over 800,000 kids would be achieved.
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For several bacterial diseases, such as diphtheria and tetanus, physicians can prevent the illness by immunizing people against the microbes' toxins.
He said all concerned departments would be taken into loop to launch this campaign while strict action would also be initiated against parents ignoring immunizing their children.
"Almost always, we as pediatricians or family practitioners who take care of kids do a much better job of immunizing patients than our colleagues who take care of adults.
"Until recently, the paradigm for vaccination has been that once the disease has been effectively eliminated, we'll stop immunizing, thus eliminating vaccine side effects," he says.
Morgan of the University of South Florida in Tampa each described immunizing genetically engineered mice that normally develop amyloid plaques and lose memory and learning skills.
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