Difference between Natural and Artificial Immunity?

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Natural and Artificial immunity are both very different things, but used to achieve the same goals. Natural Immunity is the innate immunity we have as virtue of birth, passed on from the mother. Artificial Immunity is immunity which we get from external sources like vaccination.
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