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Infection is the entrance of a disease-causing agent (like bacteria, protozoa, fungus, or virus) to the body, where they subsequently multiply. Infectious disease is the result of this event.[1]

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  1. "Medical Definition of INFECTIOUS DISEASE". Merrian-Webster Dictionary. Retrieved January 8, 2019.