Bacteria: noun; microorganisms made up of a single cell that has no distinct nucleus. Corps: noun; a military body with a specific function.
Diagnosed: verb; to determine the identity of a disease or illness by a medical examination.
Inducted: verb; to bring in as a member or install in an office, especially to something requiring special knowledge or experience.
Paralysis: noun; a loss or impairment of voluntary movement in a body part, caused by injury or disease of the nerves, brain, or spinal cord.
Vaccines: noun; a medicinal preparation used as a preventive measure to immunize against disease. An inoculation.
Virology: noun; a science dealing with the study of viruses and diseases caused by them.
Virus: noun; a submicroscopic organism that depends on other living cells to reproduce and grow.