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Your immune system in health and disease - Livestream


The human immune system is comprised of white blood cells and their cousins in various tissues. It fights off infections by viruses, microbes, and parasites, and is increasingly recognized for additional roles in causing, exacerbating, or preventing a wide variety of diseases - ranging from inflammatory bowel disease, allergy, asthma, and atherosclerosis to cancer and possibly even dementia. The Osher UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public will give a brief overview of how the immune system works and discuss how diseases are being treated by a range of new therapeutics that work by enhancing or inhibiting elements of this system.

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Wednesday, 04/27/22


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Osher Center for Integrative Medicine

, CA