Immunology is the study of each aspect of the immune system and its physiological functions in relation to both health and disease. This field, which falls within medical sciences, is relatively new yet absolutely critical to contemporary medicine and healthcare. Immunologists can choose to focus on clinical, developmental, diagnostic or theoretical immunology. A graduate degree is generally required for work in this field, and research is usually the key component of an immunologist's career
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