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IMMUNE SYSTEM

The Immune System is a system that is made up from different interdependent cells.
These cells collectively protect the body from different infections that are bacterial parasitic fungal or viral and sometimes they protect from the growth of Tumor Cells.

TYPES OF IMMUNITY

FUNCTIONS OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

ORGANS OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

INFLAMMATORY IMMUNE SPECTRUM

BASIC IMMUNOLOGY

IMMUNE RESPONSE

THE EVOLUTION OF IMMUNITY

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