Kelsey 21 (right) and Karly 15 have a rare genetic immunodeficiency disorder that can be treated or cured through a blood stem cell donation. (PHOTO SUPPLIED)
By Jeremy Hayes, D.C.
On any given day, we are surrounded by viruses, bacteria, and a host of toxins that are not good for our body. They are considered to be opportunistic infections. We also know that every person (yes, you included) has cancer cells in their body. Small minute mutations of cells that, if left to their druthers, would develop into something that no one wants. The wonderful thing . . .