Immune Modulation Could Speed Bone Fracture Healing
By Sharon Kingman
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
LONDON The part of the immune system that deals with viruses and other pathogens can also delay the healing of bone fractures, a new study has found. People with a high level of a particular type of T cell in their blood are more likely to suffer delayed healing of bone fractures, or even nonunion of the broken bones, the study showed.
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