The immune system refers to a collection of cells and proteins that function to protect the skin, respiratory passages, intestinal tract and other areas from foreign antigens, such as microbes such as bacteria, fungi, and parasites, viruses, cancer cells, and toxins. The immune system can be simplistically viewed as having two “lines of defence”: innate immunity and adaptive immunity.

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