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Active vs Passive Immunity: Differences and Definition

Article   May 20, 2020 | by Nicole Gleichmann

 
Active vs Passive Immunity: Differences and Definition

A boy receives the Schick Test from a doctor in 1915. The Schick Test is a measure of immunity to diphtheria. Credit: Photo by National Cancer Institute on Unsplash https://unsplash.com/photos/DAW9lgNkwYw

 
 
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