The immune system is one of the most intensely studied of all human systems. Hundreds of thousands of scientists have spent their days (and lives) trying to understand just one part of it. Yet this vast human endeavour remains largely unknown to the general public. Our community could do more to present immunology as the great and important scientific adventure that it is.
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