Maturity of Immune systems: Infant to Elderly

 

Evolution of the immune system in humans from infancy to old age

This article reviews the development of the immune response through neo-
natal, infant and adult life, including pregnancy, ending with the decline in
old age. A picture emerges of a child born with an immature, innate and adap-
tive immune system, which matures and acquires memory as he or she grows.
It then goes into decline in old age. These changes are considered alongside the
risks of different types of infection, autoimmune disease and malignancy

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VLA COMMENT: The infant, the child does not have a mature liver de-tox function (Cytochrome P450 families) until after three years old.  Giving vaccines in-utero, at birth, and 20 vaccine doses by the age of three is destroying the immune system of every child.  (see: miscarriages from flu shots; see: vaccine ingredients that cannot be detoxed

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