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  • Medical Research Diseases Like Cancer
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    Medical Research Outline I. Introduction Beep! Beep! Beep! The heart monitor beeps every time his heart does the boys face is unemotional to him its already over. As he sleeps next to him are all his family members many speechless and most in tears as they watch the 13 year old boy's last moments. Hooked up to a breathing machine because his lungs are now useless he struggles for each breath; and yet it still monitor still... beeps... beep... but, all of a sudden without notice the beeps begin t...
  • Hiv Infection And Aids
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    How Aids Has Affected Our Society Today more Americans are infected with STD's than at any other time in history. The most serious of these diseases is AIDS. Since the first cases were identified in the United States in 1981, AIDS has touched the lives of millions of American families. This deadly disease is unlike any other in modern history. Changes in social behavior can be directly linked to AIDS. Its overall effect on society has been dramatic. It is unknown whether AIDS and HIV existed and...
  • Hiv Causes Aids
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    Is More Than One Cause of AIDS Possible The HIV establishment and its journalist allies have replied to various specific criticisms of the HIV theory without taking them seriously. They have never provided an authoritative paper that undertakes to prove that HIV really is the cause of AIDS... After ten years of failure, it is time to take a second look. -Charles A. Thomas, Jr., Kary B. Mullis, and Phillip E. Johnson (qtd. in Atwan) A homosexual male exits the HIV / AIDS testing center with a pal...
  • Gay Community As The Only Ones
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    "And the Band Played On"And the Band Played On" was an HBO movie that illustrated the AIDS crisis in the 1980's and early 1990's. The movie touched on subjects concerning the reaction of the gay community, the heterosexual community, and the medical community. It showed not only the research in AIDS, but also the way that the US government dealt with it. The movie expressed the consequences the gay community suffered, the plight of the medical community in researching the disease, and the issue ...
  • Decade Of Aids
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    WOMEN will get the power to protect themselves against AIDS, if the World Health Organisation has its way. Encouraging men to use condoms, it has decided, is not enough. They work, but many men dislike them; and women, especially very young ones, often lack the sexual bargaining clout to insist. Instead, the WHO believes, pharmaceutical companies could have still-to-be-perfected microbicidal vaginal gels or sprays on the market within two years-if they are given a bit of a push. Vaginal gels hav...
  • Direction In Early Aids Research
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    The current number of world-wide cases of HIV infection is estimated at 20 million. In the United States, 362,000 people have died because of AIDS or AIDS related illnesses, while over 581,000 are currently infected. These numbers are startling, but in the United States alone, a country often recognized as the supposed world-leader in health care, between 40,000 and 80,000 new cases of HIV infection are reported each year. This statistic moves beyond startling and into the realm of frightening. ...
  • Cancer Research And Many Other Diseases
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    Although heart disease is the number one leading cause of death in the United States, killing 948,088 people a year, one would think that it would receive majority governmental funding for disease related research, but it doesn't. The number two leading cause of death in the United States is cancer, killing 529,904 people a year and neither does it receive majority of governmental funding. AIDS ranks 17th among killer diseases, yet it receives far more research dollars than any other disease. It...
  • Common Pre Industrial Nuclear Family
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    Assess the view that Industrialisation led to the nuclear family replacing the Extended family as the main form of family structure. Some have argued that as industrialisation and modernisation continue to shape our society, the 'classic' (or is it? -Laslett) extended family is breaking and kin-ship based society becoming increasingly rare. In its place is the privatised nuclear family form. Parsons claims 'the isolated nuclear family' has taken over. The nuclear family places no emphasis on a w...
  • Taylor's Acting Career
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    This violet-eyed beauty was born in London, on February 27, 1932. Her father, Francis Taylor was an art dealer and mother, Sara, was an actress, but later gave it up when she married. At age ten, her family moved to Hollywood, where her captivating beauty would later be discovered. A family friend suggested that she would follow her mother's footsteps, and take up the film industry. In 1941, she signed contract with Universal Pictures, but later decided to obtain a contract with MGM studios. Her...
  • Unclear Results Of A Research
    540 words
    In asserting that scientific research, whose consequences are unclear, should not be supported by government, the author fails to acknowledge that it is not fair to give up searching for the cure of the century's diseases such as AIDS by saying the research consequences are unclear. However, I agree with the statement to the extent that there are many important issues, which government must find a solution for it, such as pollution. As the population of world increases without control, there are...

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