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Biology
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Distinguish among communicable, contagious, and non-communicable infectious diseases.

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Dec 3rd, 2015

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A contagious infection or disease is a disease that can be passed from one person to another through contact or even being at a close proximate to a person who has the disease. Communicable disease is a disease that can be passed from on person to another but only in the presence of an infectious bacteria or a virus. A non-communicable disease is a disease that is not transferable from one person to another, in other words, non-communicable disease is not transmissible.

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