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Can the Non-Specific Nature of Innate Immune Boosters be Useful Against Coronaviruses?

Can the Non-Specific Nature of Innate Immune Boosters be Useful Against Coronaviruses?

The human innate immune system is the “first line of defense” against infectious agents. It is like a hammer or a scatter gun because it is non-specific and just tries to smash an invasion of any infectious agent—a bacteria, fungus, parasite or virus—enters the body.