DDP Newsletter January 2011, Volume XXIX, No. 1.
The human body is constantly besieged by pathogenic organisms, environmental as well as internally generated toxins, and trauma. To survive, it must have robust, highly adaptable immune and repair mechanisms. But they must be discriminating—they must be able to distinguish self from not-self, and know when to stop growing new tissue. Continue reading “Immunity and Pre-Emptive War”