Subject History

History: Infectious and parasitic diseases

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  • Name: Infectious and parasitic diseases
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    "Infectious and parasitic diseases" is pathogens, parasites, bacteria, microbes that cause disease in humans and other life forms.

    Several topics in "Infectious and parasitic diseases" include immune system repair, methods of preventing the spread of infectious disease, and others.

    Professionals of "Infectious and parasitic diseases" include Dr. Louis Pasteur, now a household name made famous for his work on isolating the causative role of bacteria in disease, and Dr. Stanley Prusiner, Nobel prize winning physician who discovered protein-based self-reproducing pathogens called prions..

    Goals of "Infectious and parasitic diseases" include increase understanding of and to overcome the various diseases that have plagued mankind for countless centuries.