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joshmarlow · 2020-03-19 · Original thread
I believe there is some heritability. What's more, long term human couples tend to have dissimilar immune systems [0], allowing their offspring to have a more diverse spread of immunities.

The fact that humans are somehow able to _detect_ properties of a potential partner's immune system is super interesting to think about.

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