Journal Club/ Research paper discussion/Critical appraisal

Name of the Student Professor’s Name Medicine 10th January 2018 Article Critique Introduction Different studies have highlighted the importance of early diagnostic screening in preventing the risk of oral cancer. Presently, the measures that are routinely used to screen oral cancer are the conventional oral examination (COE) and scalpel biopsy. However, scalpel biopsy is only performed if there is evidence of suspicious lesions within the oral milieu. On the contrary, various adjunctive techniques are implicated in diagnosing dysplastic changes. This is because dysplastic changes are one of the significant early symptoms of oral cancer. For example, the VELscope (an instrument that uses...

ASD OCD

Student’s Name: Professor: Course: Date: Restricted Repetitive Behaviors in Autism Spectrum and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Abstract The prevalence of neurodevelopmental disorders has been on the increase in the United States and the world as a whole. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OSD) are examples of such neurodevelopmental disorders. ASD and OCD are similar in that they share some of their common characteristics. Restricted Repetitive Behaviors (RRBs) refer to a broad category of behaviors observed across many neurodevelopmental disorders. These behaviors fall into various categories. Some of these categories include sensory-motor movements, rituals,...

The Hidden Cure for Cancer

The Hidden Cure for Cancer Name Institution Date Outline Introduction This part contains a brief summary of the topic, and an introduction on Dr. Burzynski's Hidden Cure for Cancer based on the Burzynski movie is a documentary produced, presented and directed by Eric Merola. It also contains the history of the Hidden Cure for Cancer. On January 1977, Dr. Burzynski was subjected to a court trial in Houston, Texas, over his cancer drug invention by the Texas Medical Board (TMB) on the claims of using an unapproved drug by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). Conversely, the U.S. federal government, through the respective federal prosecutors in Houston, spent 14 years actively trying to...