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Infectious Disease Basics Center

Infectious disease refers can be transmitted from one living thing to another. In most people, the immune system responds effectively to minor infections. Vaccinations have helped curb or eliminate many once-feared viruses. Bacterial infections include staph infections and strep infections. Serious staph infections, such as MRSA, often occur in hospitals.

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