Recommended Vaccines Conferences | World Vaccine Congresses | Immunology Meetings
Conference Series LLC invites all the participants across the globe towards “12th Global Vaccines & Vaccination Summit and Expo” during October 31-November 2, 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. This event comprise of expert keynote presentations, plenary talks, Poster presentations, e-Poster and Young Researcher’s sessions, Symposiums, Workshops, Exhibitions & B2B meetings conducted with vaccinologists, immunologists, young researchers, students and business delegates attending from different parts of the globe. The main theme of the conference is “Innovative Therapeutic Strategies in Vaccines & Vaccination” which covers a wide range of critically important scientific sessions from basic research to innovations in the field of Vaccination & Therapeutics.
Vaccination protects from specific diseases those leads to disable, sick and even from death. They boost body's own resistance through activating the immune system. Vaccines create immunity that protects from an infection without causing the suffering of the disease itself own. Vaccination can also be termed as Immunizations, needles or shots which contain a little bit of a disease causing germ that is attenuated or dead. Vaccines do not contain the type of germ that makes ill. Having this little bit of the germ inside the body makes body's defense system build antibodies to fight against this kind of germ. Antibodies help to trap and kill germs that results many diseases.
Vaccines against influenza during pregnancy are recommended for all women, mostly during flu seasons. As Flu is more likely to cause severe illness and effects in pregnant women than the women who are not pregnant. Vaccination with an inactivated flu vaccine lowers the risk of effects from flu during pregnancy and childbirth. Vaccines Congress in Turkey mainly focuses on topics like Vaccine Development and market trends, Novel Vaccines against Infectious Diseases like Zika, Ebola, HIV, SARS etc. New generation vaccines particularly those based on recombinant proteins and DNA, are likely to be less reactogenic than traditional vaccines, based on their principal mechanisms of action, vaccine delivery systems and ‘immunostimulatory adjuvants’. An adjuvant is a compound which intensifies the immune response against a vaccine antigen