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Sure Signs Your Body May Be Attacking Itself, Say Doctors

ETNT Health Logo By Karina Margit Erdelyi of ETNT Health | Slide 1 of 22: Inside your veins right now, there's an army of white blood cells seeking and destroying viruses and bacteria—consider them the Armed Forces in your arm… and leg, and heart, and brain. They keep you healthy in winter. They fight against COVID-19. They are your friend and ally—until they aren't.Because sometimes, this army can turn against you. Sometimes, these antibodies —instead of fighting bacteria—sneakily and skillfully attack your body, using all their know-how to destroy you from within.To discover more about the many forms of autoimmune disease, don't miss this special report—allowing you to identify the symptoms fast, so you can fight back. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.

Sure Signs Your Body May Be Attacking Itself, Say Doctors

Inside your veins right now, there's an army of white blood cells seeking and destroying viruses and bacteria—consider them the Armed Forces in your arm… and leg, and heart, and brain. They keep you healthy in winter. They fight against COVID-19. They are your friend and ally—until they aren't.

Because sometimes, this army can turn against you. Sometimes, these antibodies —instead of fighting bacteria—sneakily and skillfully attack your body, using all their know-how to destroy you from within.

To discover more about the many forms of autoimmune disease, don't miss this special report—allowing you to identify the symptoms fast, so you can fight back. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.

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