What are some differences between bacteria and viruses? How do certain pathogens develop drug resistance? What policies and programs should be enacted to protect us from drugresistant pathogens?


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Bacteria and viruses are common pathogens in the body that cause infections. However, they are different agents. Bacteria are common microorganisms that are prokaryotic and are alive. They also do not rely on a host cell to multiply and survive. Meanwhile, viruses are non-living microorganisms because they depend on a host cell to survive. They only have a genetic material enclosed in a protein coat.

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