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Thetrocycline, effective because binds to ribosomes which all bacteria have. Worms live in blood vessils that take nutrients form intenstines, solely make eggs. Eggs end up in stool (fecal matter). Humans deposit fecal material in places other people can come into contact with it (use human waste as fertilizer). Eggs in snails in water, release larvae, larvae burrow into humans skin, make way up to intestines. Does not use water to get to humans…..important to know it’s a flukeworm Pertussis=whooping cough, known it’s a lower respitory tract caused by bacterium Does it get at getting rid of microbe, how effective (cure?) does cure attack microbe, (ex: aspirin treats symptoms not cold) Q: is there an agent that treats herpes? Yes or no, does it cure if yes, (for herpes lowers levels of effect but does not cure) Cold- cough suppressent treats symptoms Who gets it, why, knowing emerging diseases, how current---emerging, know relative ranking or severity not exact numbers (ie: what infectious disease kills most in US today?
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