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Posted 7/29/18 , edited 7/29/18

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Wondering how many more ailments this guy they are inside is gonna get.


Well there are 9 more episodes and the manga is still ongoing, so whoever this person is must be really unlucky.
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kkmenchi wrote:

Wondering how many more ailments this guy they are inside is gonna get.


Well there are 9 more episodes and the manga is still ongoing, so whoever this person is must be really unlucky.


Well in reality our immune system is constantly fighting off germs, we don't always get sick though. But, as the intro says every week, there are trillions of cells in our bodies, not all of them fight infection, but that's what this show focuses on.
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Wikipedia and the Mayo Clinic web sites must be scratching their heads at the sudden surge of interest in microbiology once a week
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I am seriously enjoying this show I never thought science could be this fun. So many funny characters in this show. I wonder if we will see the actual person before the end.
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Posted 7/29/18 , edited 7/30/18
I love this show

Its such a fun perspective of human anatomy,physiology ,hematology ,cytology, pathology ,microbiology
I think the surgical staff and surgeons I know might get a kick out of this show
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Posted 7/31/18 , edited 7/31/18
Well, now we know what Mayuri Kurotsuchi did before he became a Soul Reaper...

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Well, now we know what Mayuri Kurotsuchi did before he became a Soul Reaper...



Certainly explains why he likes invading bodies....

That's something I always found weird about Bleach after the Soul Society Invasion Arc. Why were so many psychopaths allowed to be not only Soul Reapers, but Soul Reaper Captains. These guys were ostensibly supposed to be the good guys. Kurotsuchi was a psychopath who experimented on people. Zaraki was basically a sociopathic killer.

I guess they had to give us some sort of intriguing bad guys for Ichigo to fight in the Soul Society Arc though.
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BettyColtrane wrote:

Well, now we know what Mayuri Kurotsuchi did before he became a Soul Reaper...



Certainly explains why he likes invading bodies....

That's something I always found weird about Bleach after the Soul Society Invasion Arc. Why were so many psychopaths allowed to be not only Soul Reapers, but Soul Reaper Captains. These guys were ostensibly supposed to be the good guys. Kurotsuchi was a psychopath who experimented on people. Zaraki was basically a sociopathic killer.

I guess they had to give us some sort of intriguing bad guys for Ichigo to fight in the Soul Society Arc though.



I dropped Bleach after the Turn Back the Pendulum arc and that was a major reason- for the most part the Soul Reapers were arrogant assholes or outright sociopaths, and most of the people in the Soul Society seemed to live in pretty oppressive conditions. So remind me again why I'm supposed to think of this squad as the "good guys"? I mean I don't need my good guys to be saintly Vash the Stampede types, but the whole Soul Society setup was just pretty messed up.
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Well in reality our immune system is constantly fighting off germs, we don't always get sick though. But, as the intro says every week, there are trillions of cells in our bodies, not all of them fight infection, but that's what this show focuses on.


The scale and constant nature of the "warfare" happening within every complex multi-cellular organism is breathtaking.

And of course once you've amassed such an effective army, controlling them can get tricky, (especially if they don't get enough enemies to keep them occupied) I wonder if we'll get an autoimmune disease episode
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Did everyone notice that the Red Blood Cell and the White Blood Cell were on a date at the beginning? I wonder how much the story line is going to push their relationship?
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btw

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And of course once you've amassed such an effective army, controlling them can get tricky, (especially if they don't get enough enemies to keep them occupied) I wonder if we'll get an autoimmune disease episode


Next week is about allergies, which are faulty immune responses
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Episode 5

It's that time of year again when allergies create havoc inside the body. This time, it's cedar pollen that attacks during the late winter. The allergens take the form of yellow blobs. While they don't cause illness, they are definitely nuisances. So the IGE antibodies come out and they take down those blobs with ease. But because they just keep on coming, the histamines get released. That causes the sneezing rockets to launch and nasal congestion to activate, all while tears are flooding out, and B Cell and Mast Cell are fighting blaming each other for the problems. And then the steroid robot enters the body eliminating everything and anything in sight going to show that medicine does have side effects. That was some great stuff there going to show just how menacing allergies can be as I experience it every spring.
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Episode 5

Not going to lie, I think the Cedar Pollens were creepy. The way they mindlessly say "cedar" and stalking their prey with their size....

I'm also glad the show is showcasing even more cells in the human body like the Mast Cell. Definitely an interesting episode if you ask me. I'm not familiar with pollen allergy but they made the episode feel so impactful.



Lol, AE 3803 look so priceless whenever she is caught off guard.
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I just want a little spoiler from someone that reads the manga ... is there a chance that we will see the cancer virus in this show ? Cuz i am really curious to see how the anime will treat that ?
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