Protecting The Immune System From Itself
LIKE SOLDIERS IN WAR WHO turn on their commanders, the body's immune defenses can attack normal tissue, triggering diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. The problem is a communications breakdown between "helper" T cells and antibody-producing B cells, which normally cooperate to destroy invaders.
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