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From: Tanya Golan (89.139.74.33)
Subject:         The human immune system
Date: June 18, 2014 at 5:25 pm PST

Hi Dr. Graham, my question is not
exactly about nutrition, but I was
hoping you could answer here anyway..
Childhood diseases – do we really get
them only once? What causes them? If
they are, as all the acute diseases,
the body's way cleaning itself and
getting rid of the toxins that
accumulated and hadn't been cleaned
properly, why aren’t we getting them
again and again? Toxins keep
accumulating also when we grow up.
The lost of the possibility to resist
toxins aggressively as children do,
means that the body becomes stronger
or weaker?
And another question – if you didn't
get one of the childhood diseases as a
child you might get it as an adult,
and if you get it once you are immune.
How come, if actually the causes to
diseases are not bacteria and viruses?

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