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Answered 2020-01-27 04:43:11

Diseases are frequently referred to as communicable or non-communicable. Communicable diseases comprise Infectious Diseases such as tuberculosis and measles, while non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are mostly chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, cancers, and Diabetes. That leads to the term communicable.

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Answered 2019-10-24 23:00:47

communicable diseases can be spread from person to person whereas chronic disease is something that may be treatable, but not curable, fibromyalgia, athsma, diabetes

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A non communicable disease is a disease that cannot be spread to another person. They are also chronic diseases that affect a person for much, if not all, of their life.


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