Immune Response
Respiratory Health

Immune Response

The respiratory immune response consists of multiple tiers of cellular responses that are engaged in a sequential manner in order to control infections. The more engagement those immune cells have, the less tissue damage there is.

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Scientific articles
N-Acetylcysteine may reduce some symptoms of COPD by acting as a mucolytic agent and reducing sputum formation, but it doesn't appear to be effective at aiding the lungs themselves or reducing disease progression.