Home

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
home:pathogenesis:transmission [01.12.2020]
sallieq [Disabled immune response increases susceptibility to acute infections]
home:pathogenesis:transmission [01.12.2020]
sallieq [Disabled immune response increases susceptibility to acute infections]
Line 235: Line 235:
 According to the Marshall Pathogenesis,​ "​frailty"​ could just as easily refer to the strength of immune response. It is the absence of a robust immune response which is the primary contributing determinant in whether someone gets sick with chronic illness or someone remains healthy. According to the Marshall Pathogenesis,​ "​frailty"​ could just as easily refer to the strength of immune response. It is the absence of a robust immune response which is the primary contributing determinant in whether someone gets sick with chronic illness or someone remains healthy.
  
-Bacterial pathogens themselves can make a human host more hospitable to their growth and reproduction by secreting substances like the sulfonolipid capnine, which bind and block the Vitamin D Receptor, a nuclear receptor that controls the innate immune response. Over time, bacteria succeed in suppressing the immune response through a gradual process known as [[home:​pathogenesis:​successive_infection#​successive_infection|successive infection]]. In the absence of intervention,​ successive infection is something of an inevitability as everyone who lives long enough take on the aches, pains, memory loss, and other symptoms that are the hallmark of chronic disease.+Bacterial pathogens themselves can make a human host more hospitable to their growth and reproduction by secreting substances like the sulfonolipid capnine, which bind and block the Vitamin D Receptor, a nuclear receptor that controls the innate immune response. Over time, bacteria succeed in suppressing the immune response through a gradual process known as [[home:​pathogenesis:​successive_infection#​successive_infection|successive infection]]. In the absence of intervention,​ successive infection is something of an inevitability as everyone who lives long enough ​will take on the aches, pains, memory loss, and other symptoms that are the hallmark of chronic disease.
  
 Bacteria are allowed to further proliferate when a person consumes any number of [[http://​mpkb.org/​doku.php/​tag:​immunosuppressants?​do=showtag&​tag=immunosuppressants|immunosuppressive]] foods, drugs, supplements and other substances. These substances include: immunosuppressants,​ [[home:​othertreatments:​antidepressants#​beta-lactam_antibiotics|beta-lactam antibiotics]] such as penicillin, [[home:​othertreatments::​corticosteroids|corticosteroids]],​ and foods and supplements containing [[home:​food:​vitamind|high levels of vitamin D]]. The consumption of such substances is at historical levels and may be largely responsible for the recent spike in chronic disease incidence. Bacteria are allowed to further proliferate when a person consumes any number of [[http://​mpkb.org/​doku.php/​tag:​immunosuppressants?​do=showtag&​tag=immunosuppressants|immunosuppressive]] foods, drugs, supplements and other substances. These substances include: immunosuppressants,​ [[home:​othertreatments:​antidepressants#​beta-lactam_antibiotics|beta-lactam antibiotics]] such as penicillin, [[home:​othertreatments::​corticosteroids|corticosteroids]],​ and foods and supplements containing [[home:​food:​vitamind|high levels of vitamin D]]. The consumption of such substances is at historical levels and may be largely responsible for the recent spike in chronic disease incidence.
home/pathogenesis/transmission.txt · Last modified: 01.12.2020 by sallieq
© 2015, Autoimmunity Research Foundation. All Rights Reserved.