Genetic Influences on Immunity

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Researchers are finding new evidence that suggests genetics play a role in immune response, affecting our ability to fight off disease. There are also recently discovered mechanisms that regulate the expression of our genes and are influenced by environmental factors.

In this podcast, Dr. Paul Anderson answers the questions: How do genes work and what can affect them after we are born? How do they “code” for immune function and what can you do about your genes? (Source: Contact Talk Radio)

Genetic Influences on Immunity was last modified: December 15th, 2015 by Tom Masters
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