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Immunobiology – superb science built upon a totally flawed assumption. Part One – I have a dream.

You see film of crowds in awe at some charismatic figure, pouring streams of galvanising words, maybe using his/her body to add emphases and gestures of import, to add to the spectacle. There is some magic, an acceptance in the … Continue reading

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