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What is the difference between antibacterial and antibiotic drug?

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Answer There is none, they're synonyms. Actually, this is not true. Antibacterial- is a compound that is effective in killing off most microorganisms. Antiseptic- is a compound that prevents, and/or arrest the cultivation of microorganisms. So, they
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