Tag: Macrophages

Your Immune System’s Response to the Flu Virus

Your Immune System’s Response to the Flu Virus

| March 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

The author of the article referenced below, Nicole Levine, is an associate professor of infectious disease at the University of Florida. This means she teaches the MSU below to many others. In other words, she’s an MSU “carrier”. As an “expert” in infectious disease, she states in the article that flu viruses cause damage to […]

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How Ebola Kills You

How Ebola Kills You

| November 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

One opportunity in the Ebola hysteria is to learn the basics about how the immune system works. There are two basic components of the immune system–humoral immunity and cellular immunity. An excellent analogy is “weapons of mass destruction” vs “Boots on the ground”. When our military goes on the attack, ISIS or the Taliban, for […]

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