Human Vaccines - Infectious & Non Infectious Diseases
Human vaccines are used against infectious diseases to increase the immunization rate of the host organism and helps in eradicating the disease from the population. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) is the major funding body in Australia for the vaccine research and development. Shingles vaccines are used in adult to increase the immune response to get rid of painful skin rash. They published many immunization schedules about preventing infectious diseases in the infants and adults. DNA vaccines are used to treat the non-infectious diseases against the allergy and cancer. DNA vaccines are optimized with modification in the antigen or tagged with adjuvants to improve the delivery system. These allergy DNA vaccines alter the unwanted immune response to fight the allergy while cancer DNA vaccine overcome immune suppression and initiate strong immune response.