Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 19
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 19

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Win a valuable prize. Scud your question, name, address and age to TELL ME WHY! care of Ms paper. The N'ew Book of Knowledge 20-volume encyclopedia for school and honie will be awarded for the letter selected. In the case of duplicate questions, the author of "Tell Me Why!" will select the winner. Today's winner is: MARY FORTT, 11 Batavia, N. Y. \Vliat Is A Vaccination? A vaccination, or inoculation, is an injection that a person receives (o protect him from a disease. Among the diseases for which vaccinations are used are: smallpox, polio, diplheria, \vhooping cough, measles, yellow fever, typhus and cholera. The material that is used hi a vaccination, or inoculation, is called a vaccine. To understand how the injection of a vaccine works, we start with the fact that certain diseases are caused by germs. They may be bacteria or viruses. When disease germs enter the body, they form substances called antibodies. These appear in the blood and fight the action of fhe germs. For each kind of disease germ that appears, a specific antibody Is formed. After a person recovers from a disease, some of the antibodies that were formed to fight the germs of that disease remain in the blood. So if germs of that disease enter the body again, antibodies are already there to fight the germs, and more anitbodies are quickly- formed. What a vaccine does is to cause the formation of such antibodies. Different types of vaccine are used. One type is a preparation that contains live, but weakened, disease germs. The weakened germs cause antibodies to farm without producing serious illness. One type of polio vaccine, for example, contains weakened live viruses. Another type of vaccine contains germs that have been killed. Even though the germs are killed, they stimulate the formation of antibodies. One type of polio vaccine use kills viruses. A third type of vaccine doesn't use the gemis themselves, but certain substances the germs produce. 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