English words and Examples of Usage

use "immune" in a sentence

Measles infects 9 out of every 10 non-immune individuals it finds.

Nobody is immune from justice when it comes from hurting children.”

The Northwest isn’t immune to problems of hate and prejudice.

It can also trigger an inflammatory response from your immune system.

Treatment began, with the goal of building up Tharon's immune system.

And talk to a doctor if a family member has a weakened immune system.

Quebec is giving it to infants and children with low immune function.

CART therapies rely on extracting immune system T cells from a patient.

Yet even Lorentzen himself isn’t entirely immune to this sort of drift.

Mercury can damage immune and nervous systems, particularly in children.

"Everybody thinks they're immune to it and that it will never happen to me.

However, the study looked only at certain aspects of immune function.

The 43-year-old civil rights organization is not immune to its own controversy.

But even the godfather of lottery scams wasn't immune to the spiraling violence.

And our friends in the mass media are far from immune from this growing madness.

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