Immunizations are based on the principle that it is better to prevent a person from contracting a disease than it is to have to treat it after a said person becomes ill. Thanks to immunization, some serious illnesses that were once relatively common all over the world including measles, whooping cough, mumps, polio, rubella, tetanus, and rotavirus are now preventable with vaccine shots. Vaccines have managed to save millions of lives for several decades by preventing countless cases of diseases. Vaccines contain the very same antigens as the disease but have been weakened or are dead, so they are unable to create the disease itself. These antigens are still sufficiently powerful and cause the body to………….