Lymphatic System of Mother and Human Fetus
3D visualization reconstructed from scanned human data of lymphatic and immune systems of mother and fetus. A fetus is protected by the mother's immune system. At birth a mix of generically designed lymphocytes and immune proteins (antibodies) passes from the mother's blood temporarily enabling newborns to resist harmful agents that they haven't encountered before. Temporary or passive immunities are also present in mother's milk and can be imparted through nursing.