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One day Tom was on a stroll through town and realized he wasn't feeling to good. He realized that he might be coming down with something, but he knew his body could fight it off.
At this moment his skin had blocked the bacteria from entering and the nose hair and mucus in his nose had blocked most of it out, but couldn't block it all.
Toms nose started to become inflamed because of the foreign invaders that passed through his nose. As he meets up with his good friend Jane for lunch he is still feeling sick.
As the antigens continue moving through the body, the antibodies continue fighting them off alongside the phagocytes.
The bacteria has entered Toms body, and now it's time for the B-cells to give the signal to the T-cells, and kill the whooping cough.
This bacteria is tough, but the bacteria eating phagocytes are tougher. The specific defense have to stay aside and watch until they have a specific antigen to target, but the non-specific defense charge any antigen in sight.
Toms immune system finally fought off the whooping cough and he feels amazing!!!
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