New Foal Immunity Research Brings Hope for Improved Prevention Methods

A foal's immune system is known to be weak and immature, but new cell-based research suggests that "immunodeficiency" might be too broad a term to define the disease-fighting capacity of the youngest horses. The research is overturning old theories about foal immunity, which could soon lead to improved disease prevention methods and more effective treatments for sick

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