What if all diseases didn't affect the body?
Answer from: Lev Oborin:
Poet, translator, literary critic...
Good day! Every disease has its cause and its mechanism of development. In medicine, this is called: etiology and pathogenesis. Diseases can be hereditary, something a person is born with, and can arise in the course of a person's life. The body is affected not only by disease, but also by environmental conditions, nutrition, ecology, etc.д. The absence of disease and external influences on the body cannot be avoided, unless we live in a fantasy, invented world.
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