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You find out that you have a viral infection and not a bacterial infection. What would happen to the amount of virus in your body each?

*each time you took the antibiotic? I need help for science class

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Depends... so the only real answer is to complete the entire process of antibiotics if you are prescribed as such. Why? If only 1% of the virus survives, that 1% is now immune to the antibiotic you took, so as it recovers and rebuilds, that antibiotic will no longer work. That's where MRSA came from. Never stop short. That is a way to kill people.

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