How a ‘Living Drug’ Could Treat Autoimmune Disease

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In lupus, a type of autoimmune disease, the body's natural defense system can't tell the difference between its own cells and foreign ones, so it mistakenly attacks its own tissues and organs. The attackers are molecules called autoantibodies, which turn against the body instead of protecting it from invaders, like normal antibodies do. They trigger a cascade of inflammation throughout the body, l...

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