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1. How does treatment for a bacterial infection differ from treatment for a virus?
You can treat bacterial infections, not viruses, with antibiotics.
You can treat viruses, not bacterial infections, with antibiotics.
You can treat both types of diseases with antibiotics.
You can treat viruses with antiprotist medications.


2. HIV attacks which of the following cells in the human body?
the cells of the immune system
the cells of the mucous membranes
the cells of the liver
bacterial cells invading the body


3. A person with AIDS is more likely to catch diseases that healthy people usually don鈥檛 catch. What are these infections called?
HIV infections
opportunistic infections
hidden infections
vaccine infections

1) A
2) A
3) B

1)
You can treat bacterial infections, not viruses, with antibiotics.

2)
the cells of the immune system

3)
opportunistic infections

1) You can treat bacterial infections, not viruses, with antibiotics.
2) the cells of the immune system
3) opportunistic infections

1. You can treat both types of diseases with antibiotics.

2. the cells of the immune system.

3. opportunistic infections

1. you can treat bacteria, not viruses woth antibiotics
2. the cells of the immune system
3. opportunistic infections

You can treat bacterial infections, not viruses, with antibiotics.


the cells of the immune system


opportunistic infections

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