Infectology For Clergy
(Ecclesiastic Infectology)

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Ecclesiastic Infectology For Clergy

infectious disease is due to organisms ranging in size from viruses to parasitic worms; it may be contagious in origin, result from nosocomial organisms, or be due to endogenous microflora from the nose and throat, skin, or bowel. See also communicable disease.

An emerging infectious disease is one that is endemic in a given population but that has begun increasing in frequency or developing resistance to drug therapy or other treatments.




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