What is the difference between vaccines and medications?
Vaccines prevent diseases, medications treat them.
Salman Khaliq Bajwa from PAF-KIET firstname.lastname@example.org The difference between antibodies and vaccines are; 1. Antibodies are micro organisms in our body for our defense. Vaccines are diluted living or dead antigens. 2. Antibodies are natural. Vaccines are artificial, 3. Antibodies kill the bacteria, viruses and toxic substances in our body. Vaccines does not kill but it actually activates the antibodies in our body.
"Live" vaccines contain weakened samples of the pathogen to be immunized against which are chemically treated to make them unable to make you sick, but will still cause an immune response to create the desired immunity. These are called Live Attenuated Vaccines (attenuated just means weakened). "Dead" vaccines have partial particles or totally inactivated/"dead" samples of the pathogen. With virus vaccines, usually live vaccines are given by intra-nasal spray and dead vaccines are given by…