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What are the differences of antibiotic and vaccine​

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Antibiotics are used to treat severe infection, whereas vaccines prevent infections from ever becoming established. And antibiotics are based on defenses that evolved in microbes, to protect them from bacteria; they are not a natural defense for us, and our bodies are not adapted to cope well with them.

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