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how do individuals develop autoimmune diseases?

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Dr. Michael Rothman
34 years experience Internal Medicine
Excess immune stimul: A manifestation of excess immune stimulation which leads to inflammation of your tissues- myelin in ms, joints in ra... The immune stress can be environment edible, infectious... Chronic stress leads to compensatory changes in adrenal, thyroid & other hormones wreaking metabolic havoc in your system. Plus other stressors contribute- poor diet, lack of sleep... Genetics play roll mdwellnessmd.Com.
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