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New part of the immune system identified, expected to evolve vaccination.

16:28 EDT 14 Sep 2018 | Health Innovations

When a person is exposed to an infection, they are often protected from getting the same infection again.  However, it is still unclear just how the body can fight back so quickly when it encounters an infection it has been previously exposed to through a vaccine or an earlier infection.  Now, a study from researchers at the Garvan Institute of

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