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People who have had evidence of a prior infection appear to have some degree of protection against being reinfected with the virus.
COVID-19 vaccines may be somewhat less effective for people on active treatment, but they should still get vaccinated. And it’s very safe.
Immune cells called T cells helped prevent reinfection and may be especially important if antibody levels are low or decline over time.
Screening patients for autoantibodies against interferons could help predict which patients are more likely to become very sick.
Doctors and health officials share advice on how to handle Thanksgiving during the pandemic.
Different types of white blood cells provide protection against infections and cancer.
Herd immunity occurs when enough people are immune to a disease that it is unlikely to spread within a population.
Existing T cells may help account for the wide range COVID-19 symptoms.
Antibody analysis may provide guidance for developing vaccines and antibodies as treatments for COVID-19.
People with cancer, heart disease and diabetes are at increased risk for serious illness from COVID-19.
The “sunshine” vitamin may help the immune system fight the virus and avoid severe respiratory distress.
Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the best measures you can take to keep your body and immune system running on all cylinders.
The national cancer support organization offers helpful advice for people with cancer to protect themselves from the novel coronavirus.
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