| Pathogenesis is the development of disease, from the initial appearance of disease all the way to its end stages. It is a multi-factorial process which depends on the immune status of the host, the nature of the species or strain (virulence factors) and the number of organisms in the initial exposure. The study of pathogenesis is important for medical professionals, as it helps them identify and treat diseases. It is also part of the work of laboratory sciences who work on cures and treatments for diseases, as each stage of pathogenesis represents a potential possibility for interrupting the progression of the disease.
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