An autoimmune reaction occurs when the body mistakenly signals antibodies and immune cells to attack the body's own healthy tissues. This is the cause of many autoimmune diseases. To treat autoimmune reactions, therapies should focus on suppressing the immune system to allow for tissues and cells to recover from the damage created by the immune system. Anyone is at risk for developing an autoimmune disorder but individuals who have a family history or are exposed to certain environmental stimuli may perhaps make obtain greater chances of developing an autoimmune disorder.
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