Related formsan·ti·path·o·gen, noun
Examples from the Web for pathogens
However, this practice does potentially expose hunters to the pathogens carried on these animals.
The pathogens always will win, though we can feel good now and again having won a battle.Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea, the ‘Sex Superbug,’ Is Not Worse Than AIDS|Kent Sepkowitz|May 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We no longer are dealing with pathogens, we are dealing with Superbugs.
What it does is it breaks down the immune system and creates openings for pathogens.
It gets more and more difficult to remove the pathogens through hand washing.