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Is it possible for a human to be immune to all kind of virus?

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Dr. Herbert Duvivier
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: No

Viruses constantly change.
Humans become immune to viruses by making antibodies. Antibodies are made only after exposure to the virus. Since there are an infinite number of possibilities of viruses the human body could potentially make antibody against all of them but the person has to be exposed to them. Unlikely that a person could live long enough to be exposed to an infinite number of viruses.

In brief: No

Viruses constantly change.
Humans become immune to viruses by making antibodies. Antibodies are made only after exposure to the virus. Since there are an infinite number of possibilities of viruses the human body could potentially make antibody against all of them but the person has to be exposed to them. Unlikely that a person could live long enough to be exposed to an infinite number of viruses.
Dr. Herbert Duvivier
Dr. Herbert Duvivier
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