Immunotherapy and Behavioural Immunity

Behavioural immunity that allow individual organisms to detect the possible presence of disease-causing parasites in their instant environment, and to seize in behaviours which prevent contact with those objects and individuals. The treatment using components of the immune system or antigens for immune disorders is called immunotherapy. Immunotherapy can activate or supress the immune system. Immunotherapies that activate the immune response are called activation immunotherapies. Immunotherapies that suppress the immune system are called suppression immunotherapies.

Immunotherapy is mainly used to treat:

  • Allergies
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Cancers

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