Helping the rest of the immune system, the adaptive immune system brings extra intelligence, firepower, and precision accuracy to the field of battle.
These proteins bring other immune cells to the field of battle, make neutrophils and macrophages more effective, and fight invading microbes.
It is the neutrophils that are the main defenders against infection.
In order to survive, the body needs a system that can detect and identify invaders.
Our immune system works like a military exercise where the enemy must be tracked down, identified, and destroyed.
Infections are possible in almost every organ of the body.
It takes imagination to believe that the ultra-complex and delicately balanced process of hemostasis came about by chance and the laws of nature alone.
If any one of the many clotting or anti-clotting factors were absent, life would be impossible.
Where do the fibrin strands come from?
Hemostasis and the clots it forms must turn on only when it’s actually needed and must turn off and stay off when it’s not.