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    Optic Nerve Hypoplasia

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    Congenital optic nerve hypoplasia (ONH) is a condition in which one or both optic nerves are not fully developed, giving the appearance of abnormally small, pale optic nerve heads upon fundus examination (AAPOS, n.d.). In comparison to the size of the disc, the retinal blood vessels appear larger than normal, when in actuality the vasculature is of normal caliber (Kaur et al, 2013). This non-progressive developmental abnormality is typically characterized by a combination of neurological,…

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    different diseases including Aids and even Alzheimer's.”The rest is history. The drug, Crixivan , became generally available in 1996, allowing HIV patients to live longer” Wesley Smith writes about the drug Crixivan which when tried on non animal models showed no effects, however when tries on specially bred dogs they had liver problems,the problem was solved however animal testing was necessary. In October of 2013 Scientist in the UK announced that by infecting mice with the prion disease they…

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    My current position as a Pediatric Endocrinology fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh has provided me unique research opportunity and surged my enthusiasm to become an academic researcher in beta-cell proliferation field. I started early in my fellowship training to explore that field by studying the prognosis of total pancreatectomy with auto islet cell transplantation in children with chronic pancreatitis. Successful completion of the project was the starting point that prompted me…

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    Equine Research Paper

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    confirmed in other species such as; llamas, alpacas, and donkeys. EVA is a disease of the respiratory system that affects equines at any age. This virus is usually transmitted during breeding, but can also be transmitted by aerosol, venereal, congenital routes or indirect contact from fomites. In addition, stallions can be carriers of EVA and will continue to shed the virus in their semen. EVA is not a zoonotic or reportable disease. Clinical signs of EVA may often be difficult to detect due…

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    away: the “top 10 leading causes of death”. This particular article explains the top 10 leading causes of death in the United States in 2013. Nearly 75% of all deaths in the US are contributed by these ten diseases. Heart disease ranks number one with 611,105 deaths. In the United States heart diseases accounts for 1 in every 4 deaths affecting more men than women (Nichols, 2015). Cancer (malignant neoplasms) is the second leading cause of death in the US with 584,881 deaths. Cancer affects…

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    The Effect of Manufacturing Processes on Tree-Based Medicine Trees can be used to make a wide variety of drugs and medicines – anything from Aspirin or chemotherapy products to ecstasy. What would happen if someone was to switch the processes to manufacture two types of medicine though? One prediction is if you took a yew tree and processed it in the same way that the mreah prew phnom tree is processed to make ecstasy, you will not get chemo medicine. The independent variable is the processing…

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    Wolff- Parkinson-White Syndrome (also known as WPW or arrhythmias) is when a person is born with an extra electrical pathway in the heart that causes a rapid heartbeat. WPW is a chronic disorder, and can last years, or be life long. This syndrome is a genetic disorder and is found at birth. (Usually inherited from a parent) WPW is not a life threatening disorder, but it can lead to heart problems that can cause death later in life. Everyone including infants can experience symptoms from WPW,…

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    Genomic Analysis Essay

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    The idea of using genomic analysis, as well as, the development of new drugs can help cure diseases is one of the new solution for health issues. We can convince people that these things are worth funding. Genomics analysis and new technology, such as mHealth, can benefit people’s health issues. If the development of these new ideas and technology can be the solution for any health issues. These can even change the way doctors practice medicine. By understanding the genomic sequences, doctors…

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    Mitochondrial encephalomyopathy, lactic acidosis, and stroke-like episodes (MELAS) is a condition that affects many of the body's systems, particularly the brain and nervous system and muscles. The signs and symptoms of the disorder mostly begin to present themselves in childhood following a period of normal development, but can begin at any age. Early symptoms may include muscle pain and weakness, headaches, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, and seizures. Almost all affected individuals…

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    Synergy In Cancer Cells

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    scientific medicine has been effective in minimising infectious diseases. Many of us are living longer and cancer has almost been accepted as a normal feature of the ageing process. But statistics do not bear this out. The incidence of cancer is increasing in all age groups. Because cancer cells take some time to grow to a stage where they are a large enough mass to be identifiable, it might be 18 months to 3 years, even 30 years before the disease is diagnosed by a doctor. By then we can be…

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