Immunization is the deliberation stimulation of the host's immune system to protect the host from a disease. Active immunization involves the administration of an immunogen to render the host more responsive to a subsequent encounter. Passive immunization involves the transfer of immune components, such as antibodies or lymphocytes, or of immune-cell-producing tissues.
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