Autoimmune Endocrine Diseases are disorders where the endocrine system is compromised due to attacks by the immune system. The endocrine system is responsible for hormone regulation as well as reaction to internal as well as external stimuli. Changes in hormone levels may take years to develop and severity is individual-specific. Autoimmune disorders tend to run in families and women develop these diseases more frequently than men. Many believe that environmental influences may trigger the onset of Autoimmune Endocrine Diseases. Treatments include controlling the side effects of these disorders (frequently with hormone therapy) as well as regulating the immune system.
Autoimmune Endocrine Disease Bioinformatics Tool
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