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Vaccination is one of the most significant inventions in modern medicine. It has been used to dramatically improve human health. However, our efforts to develop vaccines to protect against many diseases have not been successful. For example, the infectious diseases AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria are three of the top five threats to human health (Feachem, 2004), but there is not an effective and safe vaccine available against any of these diseases. Vaccines can also be developed against many noninfectious diseases, including cancer, allergy and autoimmune diseases.
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