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Ascaris lives in the soil, and its eggs are ingested with contaminated food. The merozoites are in turn released by lysis of the infected cells; the process takes 48 hours in the case of P. falciparum. We think of ourselves as bad parents if we don't. The most common bacterial pathogens causing fever in patients with neutropenia are listed in Table 4. Since animals first walked the earth, they have had to live with microscopic organism, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.... [tags: Medical Research] The Decline of Infectious Diseases - In the 1960s, doctors in the United States predicted that infectious diseases were in decline.

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