Explained: At what age does the immune system weaken? 

After decades of combating daily assaults, the immune system undergoes dramatic changes that drastically affect human health. 

As hair grays and lines creep into the corners of a once youthful face, the immune system also ages. This internal biological aging triggers a cascade of molecular events, from reduced T cell production to increasing levels of inflammation, that leave individuals susceptible to infectious diseases and illnesses. 

Download this Explainer Article from Drug Discovery News to learn about biological aging and how the immune system changes with the passage of time. 

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