Drugs that rid the body of eukaryotic parasites often have more side effects and are harder on the body then drugs that act on bacterial parasites, suggest a reason for this difference.

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prokaryotic cells
by: Sara

Because we also have eukaryotic cells, so drugs which damage the parasites may damage you too. Prokaryotic cells have features that the drugs can attack that do not exist in our cells, so wont damage us.

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