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Health and Science
What it means to be immunocompromised during the coronavirus outbreak
People with compromised immune systems are especially vulnerable as the novel coronavirus continues to spread. Northwestern University's Melinda Ring explains how not all immune systems are created equal – and how that puts some people at risk.
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