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Lesson 5.5 – What makes a good vaccine?

This lesson is intended to offer the students an opportunity to apply their knowledge of immunology and infectious disease to learn about vaccination. We begin by asking students to discuss the qualities of a ‘good and bad’ vaccine, then, we review the processes needed to make immune memories as we look at common methods for vaccination.

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5.5 Classroom Materials

5.5 Alternative Approaches

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