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April 12, 2021

What are the risks and benefits of cloning?

Learn about cloning, starting with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s excellent Cloning Fact Sheet. https://www.genome.gov/about-genomics/fact-sheets/Cloning-Fact-Sheet Cloning. National Human Genome Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.genome.gov/25020028 Then respond to these big issues throughout the week, both in your own postings and in responses to your classmates’ postings. What are the risks and benefits of cloning? What are some potential uses for cloning? Could you envision using cloning technology in your own life? If so, how? What are some of the ethical problems with cloning? How do you feel about cloning animals? What about humans? Should cloning be regulated? Why or why not? […]
April 12, 2021

Diagnosis and treatment of the outbreak disease

Week 2 Group Project DiscussionDiscussion Topic Task: Reply to this topicUse this area to conduct your group discussions for the weekly Group Project. This area is only visible to your group and your instructor. Students in other groups cannot access this area. Week 2 Group ProjectAssignment Task: Submit to complete this assignment Due April 5 at 11:59 PMGroup Project Assignment Using your specific Group Project Discussion thread, this week you will contact your group members to discuss how your group will approach the project. All communication occurs in the Group Project Discussion thread. You are asked to be as creative […]
April 12, 2021

Week 5 Discussion: Adaptive Immunity

Week 5 Discussion: Adaptive Immunity 66 unread replies.66 replies. Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 14, 15 Weekly Concepts Initial Post Instructions Your friend Bruce calls in a panic. He has just come from the doctor and been diagnosed with a bacterial infection. The doctor told him not to worry; his B cells will take care of it in no time! Knowing that you are studying the immune response, he is calling to ask you to explain this statement. Is the doctor correct? Is there more to the story? Follow-Up Post Instructions Respond to at […]
April 12, 2021

Identify which tissues and/or organs in the human body are affected by this cancer.

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. You have been invited by your local community health department to give a PowerPoint presentation on cancers. Your goal is to educate your audience about the definition of cancer, the causes, means for early detection and preventative measures. The meeting will take place at the health department during a community health fair. Be mindful that your target audience will be composed of people from the local community who most likely will not have a background in science or medicine. Your assignment will be to pick one type […]
April 12, 2021

Describe the incision layer-by-layer.

Comments: Excellent paper. It’s obvious that you put quite a bit of work into this. Unfortunately, your paper needs adequate citations in the body of the text to meet our standards on plagiarism. You need to cite each textbook from your bibliography whenever you quote or use some information from the textbook or other resource. For example, writing (Jones 285) after the quote or information used means that you got it from the book whose author was Jones and the info came from page 285. Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is a procedure in which laparoscopic techniques remove the gallbladder. It is the […]
April 12, 2021

Review CDC’s Boots-on-the-Ground Disease Detectives site Epidemic Intelligence Service

Week 1 Group Project Discussion Group/section restrictions.Subscribe Group Project Assignment and Group Project Discussion Thread Project Overview The group project will span all five weeks of the course. Weekly group assignments will culminate with the submission of a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation of 15 to 20 slides (excluding title, abstract, and reference slides) on the topic selected. For this group project, you and your classmates will learn about the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) first responders to public health emergencies called Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officers. They are also called Boots-on-the-Ground Disease Detectives or Disease Detectives. Similar to paramedics responding to […]
April 12, 2021

What goes wrong with the feedback loop once the body can no longer keep it under control?

Case Study IV -Endocrine System!Diabetes: Mr.Clarks is a 52-year-old African American male, presenting to his primary care physician with complaints of frequent urination, excessive thirst, particularly in the late afternoon and early evening. He is a truck driver that works 12 hours each day. The patient confirms a family history of diabetes from both parents. He is6ft 3inches tall and weighs 280lbs. His past medical history includes hypertension and high cholesterol. A random finger stick results in a blood glucose level of 243 mg/dL. The physician ends him for more blood work and he learns that Mr.Clark’s HgA1c is 9.1% […]
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