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Active Immunity

Summary Information: Active Immunity

Active Immunity: Active immunity is one source of acquired immunity. Active immunity is provided by the development of antibodies within a person's own body. There are two types of active immunity: natural active immunity and artificial active immunity. Conditions that can afflict active immunity include HIV/AIDS, allergies, immunodeficiency, and autoimmune diseases.

Closely Related Organs: Active Immunity

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Active Immunity

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Sub Parts: Active Immunity

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Active Immunity

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Active Immunity: Related Topics

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