Body defenses against disease. - 2nd ed.

United States, 1978

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Examines the three lines of defence against infection - the skin and mucous membrane, the lymphatic system and the circulatory system including liver and spleen. Explains how the body becomes immune to certain diseases, and how to improve defences against infection.

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