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    never get the actual human form of cancer through an animal. Medical experts agree that data collected from drug testing on animals cannot be given directly to human patients safely test on animals, why hold animals captive in cages if the test we are running on them is not 100% accurate? 88% of stillborn births recorded are caused by medicine that is passed as "safe" on animal testing. While aspirin fails animal test, insulin causes animal birth defects, those are important drugs in common…

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    PICT Case Study

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    UnLike AETG, pairs in PROW can either be visited once, more than once or not visited. This result occurred because PROW support constarint in their algorithm. CTWeb is a combinational testing tool for web application. The relationship between CTWeb and PROW is, CTWeb implemented PROW algorithm along with other algorithms in their development. Test parameter and parameter value was insert into CTWeb in two ways, manually or upload the value…

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    Hepatitis C Essay

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    as, Hepatitis. Hepatitis is a disease characterized by inflammation of the liver. There are five types of hepatitis; A, B, C, D, and E. Types B and C lead to chronic disease in hundreds of millions of people and, together, are the most common cause of liver cirrhosis and liver cancer. Hepatitis A and E are typically caused by ingestion of contaminated food or water. Hepatitis B, C, and D usually occur as a result of parenteral contact with infected body fluids. The first type of Hepatitis is…

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    Animal Research Should be Allowed for Scientific Research With the development of technology and the demand of medical treatment, animal research appear in the public views. According to Use of Laboratory Animals (1988), animal research, which is using animals to test biomedical and behavioral research of animals to compare with human, were appeared in over 2000 years ago (p. 12). Some activities about the welfare of animals who used in research and groups of antivivisectionist to against to…

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    interested in bringing down human kind than in raising up animals… They don’t love animals, they hate men ”. As a result of poor documentation, it is not known exactly when animals testing had first started but the first breakthrough due to animal testing was in 1881. Since then there have been medical developments due to testing on different animals such as progress of the vaccine that eradicated polio, organ transplantation owed to cats and dogs, as well as enhance our understanding of how…

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    18th century and were linked to Military campaigns. Initially, Hepatitis A was known as infectious hepatitis and was epidemiologically differentiated from Hepatitis B in 1940. Hepatitis B compared to Hepatitis A has a prolonged incubation period. However, the establishment of serologic tests permitted ultimate diagnosis of Hepatitis B. Until 2004 in the United States, the most frequently documented category of hepatitis was hepatitis A. Passive protection and hygienic measures were the primary…

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    Hemophilia Research Paper

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    insufficient blood-clotting proteins. People who have hemophilia may bleed longer after an injury or they can experience spontaneous bleeding into the joints and muscle depending on the severity. There ae three types of hemophilia, Hemophilia A, B, and C. Hemophilia A and B are the most common types. In the past hemophilia affected life expectancy but currently with improved treatment, individuals with hemophilia will have a normal life span. . There are several harmful effects on the body…

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    HCV Case Study

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    A study by Dr. Eric Chak in 2011 suggested that NHANEs data on HCV prevalence leaves out a large number of those who are predominately affected by HCV, those are the excluded groups of incarcerated, homeless, nursing home residing, deployed, and hospitalized peoples. While NHANES data usually contains PWID or the drug users targeted by our study, the NHANES survey underestimates the number of people living with HCV because it excludes these groups. So state VHPCs were asked to apply these…

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    measured dimensions of 45 x 12.5 x 15 cm. The arms each had a food well at the ends, and they extended from the center platform with dimensions of 12.5 x 12.5 x 15 cm. Procedure Every day, the rats were handled, as well as weighed, and placed in the testing room about 20…

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    Hemophilia Research Paper

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    blood multifaceted called factors Therefore, with the nonappearance of factors, the blood clotting process is continued. There are two different types of Hemophilia, Hemophilia A and Hemophilia B. for example. Hemophilia A, the most common form is caused by the lack of factor VIII. Whereas, in Hemophilia B (also known as Christmas disease), factor IX is absent. This disease develops and affects people from their birth. This disease is also developed and transmitted to children…

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