It’s a culprit in diseases ranging from arthritis to depression

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Illustration: Kieran Blakey

WWriting in 1889, the Swiss pathologist Ernst Ziegler observed that “a brief and precise definition of inflammation is altogether impossible.” Even back then, experts like Ziegler recognized that inflammation manifests in different ways, and that its activity can be both helpful and harmful.

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