What is a virus? How do viruses work?


What is a virus and how do they work? In the first video in the series, WinchPharma Science & Health examines viruses, how they infect cells and reproduce, and their practical uses.



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  1. Nah, it is virtually impossible for a nucleus to be generated by "accident" simply by random means of infecting a host. No real research done on it, otherwise… well, we would see that remarkable breakthrough all around! I'm serious, many, many doctors, as they study and go into detailed research on the human body, see a link to a "creator" in the grand scheme of things. Not preaching or being a religious nut, just sharing a little bit of info.

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