Infectious Diseases, Prevention & Control

Infection is a condition in which there's an irruption of foreign material or organisms in the body apkins and spread colorful conditions. substantially these conditions are transmittable or transmissible conditions. Some of the infection causing agents is contagion, bacteria, nematodes and prions. Antiviral agents or medicines are the group of drug used in the treatment and forestallment of viral infection. These agents inhibit the growth and development of the pathogens as antimicrobial agents kill the microorganism

Microbiology is the branch of natural lores that involved in the study of microorganisms. It covers the multicellular, unicellular, and acellular organisms. Microorganisms are those organisms which aren't visible to naked eye. Microbiology is divided into subcategories similar as bacteriology, parasitology, virology, and mycology. Immunotherapy, also known as natural remedy, is way or system of treating cancer that amp the mortal body’s defense system to fight against the antigens or the cancer cells. colorful types of immunotherapy treatment are T- cell remedy, Oncolytic contagion remedy, cancer vaccines, monoclonal antibodies,Non-specific immunotherapies.

  • Immunotherapy
  • Microbiology
  • Viral Infections
  • Drug Therapies

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