Terminal process of diseased stage, Biology

Terminal process of diseased stage

This is the last stage in the process of disease. In this stage, the disease process is halted either temporarily or permanently. There are three methods by which a disease can be terminated.

a) The immune system of the patient fights and kills the disease - causing organism. As the number of the disease-causing organisms decreases, the symptoms also disappear and the intensity of the sickness is reduced.

b) Using medicines prescribed by doctors reduces the number of the disease causing organisms.

c) On the extreme side, the patient dies due to sickness that naturally results in the termination of the disease.

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