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    Drawing negative comparisons between science and religion we can say both have created war, starvation, and even disease in societies. germ warfare, atomic weapons, and toxic GMO foods is the flip side of the coin. So, to trust science blindly because we need an alternative to religion is not a good either, we must find a balance. Science like religion is a way of understanding the world around us and how it operates. Science has given us definitive answers and truths about our world such as…

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    Polio Case Study

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    recovered by the vaccine but over 90% of cases were curable within Australia. Founder Dr. Jonas Salk started his research in 1947 after many test on monkeys and some human’s. http://www.accessexcellence.org/AE/AEC/CC/polio.php Governments around the world quickly granted permission to treat polios suffers with the Salk vaccine. The Salk vaccine was first injected into the arm of suffers. Then developed another of the Salk vaccine to then inject the vaccine in to the arms of kids from the age…

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    Its 1955 Jonas Salk just came back from the store. He came back with anything he couldfind. Right Know Jonas is in the middle of an apocalypse of zombies that spread around theworld fast. Salk is in San Diego, California and right now he is the only survivor that he knowsabout that is still alive. When Salk came back from the store a group of zombies were chasinghim and followed him to his house but as Salk was on his way home he attempted to lose themby running faster but as he ran more and…

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    “There is hope in dreams, imagination, and in the courage of those who wish to make those dreams a reality” (Salk). Jonas Salk, the man who created the polio vaccine, was a medical researcher. His invention of the polio vaccine impacted the medical world. His vaccine was not the only one that had a major impact in the medical world. There were a lot of different vaccines, but the vaccine that cured polio was called “Inactivated polio vaccine.” Polio was one of the nation’s most life-threatening…

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    Jonas Salk Have you ever wanted to know what it was liked making a difference in the world. “The reward for work well done is the opportunity to do more” This was one of Jonas Salk's famous quotes. He was born October 28,1914 and after many years for what he did died June 23, 1995.He was famous for making a Polio Vaccine that cured many people. This man could have credit for having one of america's greatest accomplishments. That accomplishment is that he made the polio vaccine for the U.S…

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    Annotated Bibliography Peer reviewd Journal 1. What are the recent advancements in the treatment of the polio epidemic? Affeldt, J.E. (1954). Recent advances in the treatment of poliomyelitis. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 156(1), 12-15. Retrieved , from http://jama.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=317696 This research intends to create a greater understanding about the Poliomyelitis Epidemic and its recent advances in treatment. This targets health professionals…

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    deal of pain, fear, and heartache for these people. It did, however, lead Jonas Salk to create a vaccine that would change the developed world forever. Polio cause Salk to be able to use different methods and large tests to take a bounding leap in vaccine research. Polio is an infectious disease that is contracted by exposure to infected fecal matter as well as anything that was exposed to it. It enters through the…

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    Chapter 1 With Jonas living in an unfamiliar world, that he can only recall one time when he was apprehensive indicates his community is very safe. When loudspeakers yell directions and the fate of the pilot, making it clear that the community is a very structured and rule-based facility, and also pointing out the rule-breaking always leads to punishment. The repeating word “release” is in connection with the pilot and to the striving infant, verifying it as very meaningful. Chapter 2 The…

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    Memories and Individuality Jonas lives in a community whose inhabitants feel no real emotion, where individuality is a thing of the past, and where the world has been drained of color. Jonas is just like everyone else in his community. But after the Ceremony of Twelve, he is separated from his peers in a way that is to them, inconceivable. A man known as The Giver has chosen Jonas to receive memories in order for him to experience the world as it existed in the past: a place of pain, joy, sorrow…

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    The Giver Memory

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    Like Spreng said, Jonas uses the memories he receives from the Giver and applies what he learned to his perfect society. When Asher and his friends are playing the game of good guys and bad guys, Jonas recalls back to his memory of warfare. “In his mind, Jonas saw again the face of the boy who had lain dying on a field and had begged him for water.” (Lois Lowry 168) Jonas remembers the terrible face of the boy and remembers how abhorrent war is…

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