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home:pathogenesis:successive_infection [08.22.2017]
sallieq [Harmful effects of acute infections can take decades to be realized]
home:pathogenesis:successive_infection [03.12.2020]
sallieq [Successive infection and variability in disease]
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 ====== Successive infection and variability in disease ====== ====== Successive infection and variability in disease ======
  
-<relatedarticle> [[home:pathogenesis:familial_aggregation|Familial aggregation]]</article>+<relatedarticles[[home:pathogenesis/microbiota/interaction|Effects of bacteria and viruses on their human host]], [[home:pathogenesis:familial_aggregation|Familial aggregation]]</article>
  
 Chronic diseases manifest in patients and within patient populations with a high degree of variability. Some people have five chronic diseases, and others have one. Some patients experience symptoms of disease early in life while others not until they are very old. According to the Marshall Pathogenesis, this variability can be attributed to several factors. Chronic diseases manifest in patients and within patient populations with a high degree of variability. Some people have five chronic diseases, and others have one. Some patients experience symptoms of disease early in life while others not until they are very old. According to the Marshall Pathogenesis, this variability can be attributed to several factors.
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 Folks often assume once you’re over the acute illness, that’s it, you’re back to normal and that’s the end of it. The long-term consequences are an important but relatively poorly documented, poorly studied area of foodborne illness. Folks often assume once you’re over the acute illness, that’s it, you’re back to normal and that’s the end of it. The long-term consequences are an important but relatively poorly documented, poorly studied area of foodborne illness.
  
-//**Robert Tauxe, MD**//, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention </blockquote>+//**Robert Tauxe, MD**//, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (radio interview)</blockquote>
  
 O’Connor and team at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have identified the time before and around birth as times when acute infections seem to have their most devastating impact. O’Connor and team at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have identified the time before and around birth as times when acute infections seem to have their most devastating impact.
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