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What is the difference between Disease and Infection?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Oct 30, 2020

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A. Samuel

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Answered Jul 11, 2019

The infection affects a person with disease; on the other hand, the disease can be the result of an infection. The rate of contamination can quickly determine infection. For example, contaminating the air we breathe, or the water we drink is said to cause contamination. Infection is an attack or growth inside the body. Infection can cause severe damage to the body, leading to diseases that can eventually kill someone.

The infection affects a person with disease; on the other hand, the disease can be the result of an
It is because of the weakening of the human body, and it’s a breakdown of the immune system after the infection from any pathogens; that the body starts responding automatically by showing symptoms of pain, fever, and aches, which is the awful state of disease.

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