MacNicol’s Monthly Commentary – February 2020

I earned a Science Degree from the University of Toronto in the late 1990’s. Among the more challenging courses I took in those days was human immunology. Human immunology gave me the opportunity to learn how the body fought off bacteria and viruses, and whole host of other interesting things I never even knew. For instance, did you know that viruses and bacteria are completely different? Believe it or not, viruses – strange as this might sound – are not technically living at all.


 

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