vaccines are useful to protect from diseases to human bodies
Vaccines don't kill viruses or diseases; they prevent disease before you are infected.
In 1796 Edward Jenner discovered a safe and sure way of preventing a ... described germs that caused diseases that were smaller than bacteria. ... Many germs can be used to make vaccines to protect people from getting certain diseases
Vaccines prevent diseases, medications treat them.
Yes, there are vaccines which can protect against bacterial diseases for instance the tetanus vaxine is one of these.
they don't protect against all viral diseases because unfortunately some diseases have an immunity to vaccines
Prevention of infectious diseases when vaccines are available for them. There are vaccines available for many viral and some bacterial contagious diseases.
Vaccines prevent so many diseases like t.b, herpese, hapetitis b, hiv, stds and so much more.
antibiotics kill germs and vaccines prevent you from getting sick from diseases
Mutation. As the virus mutates, previous vaccines will no longer be effective.
No, not at this point in time.
In hope to prevent diseases.
The introduction of vaccines to the United States helped by reducing the incidences of deaths by many diseases.
Vaccines provides active immunity to certain diseases.
Louis Pasteur was instrumental in finding vaccines for diseases. He did not have any diseases himself
Edward jenner is considered the first person to use and study vaccines..Hope that helps
By when people have them they stop you from getting the illness so less people have been getting diseases because of the vaccines