The goal for this class is to teach you how to better help the immune system perform its magic. To accomplish that, you’ll learn how to communicate with different cell types to find out how you can help them improve their performance — especially when invading microorganisms gain a foothold.
You’ll study and “communicate” with the many glands and organs involved in the immune system: the liver, spleen, thymus, lymph nodes and others. And you’ll explore the production of the various molecules of communication, including cytoxins and other molecules of protein, such as gamma globulins.
- Learn how to communicate with different cell types to help improve their performance
- Study the various glands and organs involved in the immune system
- Explore the production of various molecules of communication
Pre-requisite SER 1
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This course will be taught by Hank Meldrum, a Canadian living in Holland, who has been doing this work for many years having trained with Dr John. In training to lead this course he worked closely with Tim Hutton who is the ombudsman continuing the development of the Immune Response courses. He is well known to many Advanced graduate for both his directness and his sense of humour…