Past issues

Spring, 2021
Learning from men. Learning from women.

Men and women have different immune systems. With a better understanding of sex-specific immune differences, scientists can more effectively fight infections, cancers, heart disease, and even pregnancy complications.

Spring, 2020
Know Your Enemies

They help us digest food, balance our immune system, and keep our hearts and brains healthy. But harmful viruses and bad bacteria can creep in at any time.

Summer, 2018

The composition of an immune system varies not just from person to person, but over time—shifting as our health changes, as we encounter different viruses and bacteria, and as we age. Within that variability lies important clues to improving human health…

Spring, 2018

As they peel away the complex layers that form the human immune system, scientists at La Jolla Institute for Immunology are revealing a fascinating path to a new generation of powerful vaccines they believe will soon turn the tide against some of the world’s deadliest diseases, including cancer and heart disease.

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