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Is it true that a person would not suffer from chicken-pox twice if he got a lot of pox on him the first time? After such a long time, the immune cells might not be able to recognise the chicken-pox virus. And this goes for other virus and diseases too, so what's the use of vaccination? Or will immune cells still be able to recognise the virus and will fight back?
Re: Is it true that a person will not suffer from chicken-pox twice?
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