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How are an immune disorder and an autoimmune disease different?

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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Immunity

Autoimmunity is when your own immune system decides to attack itself whereas an immune disorder is a defect or failure of your own immune system to either produce or protect from infectious invaders.

In brief: Immunity

Autoimmunity is when your own immune system decides to attack itself whereas an immune disorder is a defect or failure of your own immune system to either produce or protect from infectious invaders.
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