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Adaptive immunity

Most people know that once you get an infection, your body builds resistance to fight off the same infection the next time you are exposed. That is the hallmark of the adaptive immune system. Adaptive immunity is so named because the immune system adapts itself during your first exposure to a germ to fight it off the next time around.…

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