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What is the difference between a foodborne infection and food intoxication?

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Toxicity is generally refered to a condition where very high doses of a drug/medicament is administered. Foodborne infection is a condition of microbiological infection due to stale/infected food. Infection may be cured with antibiotics whereas
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