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Wishful thinking Other researchers and experts strongly disagreed with Halford's stance and handling of a live, attenuated virus vaccine, which can cause infections in the uninfected or severe side-effects in those already infected.
Systemic insecticides do not affect these pests and applying protective insecticides to uninfected plants is not always effective.
If mice were scarcer, larval ticks, which are always born uninfected, might feed on other mammals and bird species that do not carry germs harmful to humans.
Such drugs can keep symptoms at bay indefinitely, prolonging lifespans to those enjoyed by the uninfected.
There are now medications that protect uninfected individuals from HIV and suppress the virus in those who are infected.
As the Associated Press notes, the government went about its merry way, publishing reports on the study, including the findings that showed men with syphilis were dying at a faster rate than the uninfected.
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medical Definition of uninfected
- an uninfected infant
- uninfected cells
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