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Vaccine Targets Expanding from Infectious Diseases to Non-infectious Diseases

Journal: International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Science (Vol.3, No. 6)

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Page : 39-43

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Many infections have been overcome by the spread of vaccines. Vaccines are the most cost-effective way of preventing infectious diseases. The main targets of vaccines are infectious diseases. For example, influenza and pertussis are familiar infectious diseases. Although conventional vaccines against influenza and pertussis have achieved some success in controlling these diseases, these infectious diseases have not yet been completely controlled. More effective vaccines against these infectious diseases are required to be developed. On the other hand, the possibility of the vaccines against non-infectious diseases such as Alzheimer's disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and Parkinson's disease have been shown. Patients with Alzheimer's disease have increased with the aging of the population. Overcoming the Alzheimer's disease is important for us to send better old age. Since the possibility of the vaccine for Alzheimer's disease has been shown, so many studies on vaccines for Alzheimer's disease have been carried out. The development of the Alzheimer's disease vaccine will accelerate the development of vaccines for other non-infectious diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes and Parkinson's disease

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