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24 - 30th April each year is the World Health Organisation World Immunization Week. To mark this occasion, NDM spoke to Professor Simon Draper, a MRC Career Development Fellow based at the Jenner Institute, about making vaccines more effective. Simon Draper: A vaccine relies on the remarkable ability of the immune system to recognise what it has seen before - we call this process immunological memory.