Does one disease prevent you from another? ‘Yes’ but this finding is not a new phenomenon but attracts more research in this area as always. E. Richard Stiehm, at the Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA has concluded a study on the complete history and examples regarding one disease prevented from another in humans.
His study hints that inherited and communicable influences should get more concentration while treating diseases such as HIV. According to the study, medical interpretation of disease interactions may guide to know the mechanism of some other diseases. Further, these explanations can show the way to the development of vaccines, remedial antibodies, and medications.