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...

Letter of request of Permit

Student’s Name: Instructor’s Name: Class Name: Date when Due: To whom it may concern, I am writing this letter asking to be given one last chance to take the board exam. I am a student in the medical school, but I was not able to take the board exam. At the time when I was supposed to take the exam, there were certain issues at home, and they were a hindrance to my concentration. At that time, my brother got diagnosed with cancer. That was a trying time for me and my family, and I had to give all my attention to my brother. It was also very difficult for me to concentrate thus I believed that I could not take the exam since I was also mentally disturbed thus at that time I could not handle...

The Surgical

Name of the Student Professor Name Course Date A Literature Review on Glioblastoma with Special Reference to Surgical Approaches A. Introduction Glioblastoma or grade IV astrocytoma is the commonest and aggressive primary tumour in the brain. The term refers to the tumour of the glial cells and accounts for 52% of all brain tumour cases. Conventional chemotherapy or radiation therapies are ineffective due to the location of the tumour and also from the aspect of adverse effects on the brain. Surgical resection of the tumour is the most preferred intervention that shows a better prognosis. The literature review will reflect upon the overview and concerns of glioblastoma treatment options...

Characteristics and outcomes and of patients with drug overdose requiring Intensive Care Unit admission

The present study indicated that during 2010 to 2013, 8.1% patients admitted to the ICU of Frankston Hospital, were patients with drug overdose. Therefore, 1/8th of patients admitted in the ICU were of drug overdose. This is quite high, with respect to patients admitted, in the ICU with other diseases. Out of such patients, 7.8% patients had multiple admissions during the three-year period. Hence, it reflected that such patients might have been suffering from chronic physical or psychiatric ailments. The prevalence of ICU admissions varied with respect to gender. 56.57% patients admitted with drug overdose were females and 41.7% were males. Therefore, the incidences of drug overdose in females were...

Characteristics and Outcomes of Patients Admitted with Drug Overdose

Characteristics and Outcomes of Patients Admitted with Drug Overdose in an Intensive Care Unit of Metropolitan Australian hospital Results Table 1. Patient Demographics ICU Admissions during study period 3169 OD Admissions (% amongst total admissions) 255 Percentage of ICU admissions during study period with overdose 8.1% No. Patients with Repeat Admissions 18/257 Gender Males=95 Females=129 Transgender=1 Among Multiple Presenters 5 male 13 female Age Mean age (males): 39.3+ 15.4 Mean age (females): 40.6+ 13.8 Mean APACHE-III sore 53.3+ 26 Survival to ICU Discharge Survival to Hospital Discharge 98.1% 97.3% The demographics of the patients indicated that the percentage of drug overdose patients were...

Why Medical Career

Why Medical Career The compulsion I have to contribute towards addressing the scarcity of qualified and competent professionals in the health care sector, globally, justifies my interest in the medical profession. In the contemporary society that is increasingly facing diverse challenges, I have always been passionate to be a forerunner of something that aids human progress. Concerns such as shortage of nurses are widely acknowledged not only in the U.S. but also in other developed countries. It is highly pronounced in developing and third world countries where the acute shortage of professionals in the medical field has turned to crisis situations. That informs the necessity to address shortages of...

COURSEWORK

2015 BIO-M209 DATA HANDLING LINKED TO MOLECULAR MEDICINE Name of the Student Professor’s Name 2015 BIO-M209 DATA HANDLING LINKED TO MOLECULAR MEDICINE Background...

Fences by August Wilson.

Fences: By August Wilson Name of the Student Professor’s Name Fences: By August Wilson Fences is a play written in 1983 by August Wilson. It described the life of a person called Troy, who was an African-American. He used to be good baseball player, however was a victim of racial discrimination and did not have an opportunity due to the racial barrier. He was also imprisoned for a murder which he committed unintentionally and was put behind bars. Troy has a wife named Rose and a son named Cory. Troy was released from prison and was employed in the garbage department, somewhere in Pittsburgh. He was escalated from the job of trash collection to a driver of the garbage van. The most...

critical analyses on paranoid schizophrenia

Name of the Student Professor’s Name Medicine 6th January, 2016. A Critical Analysis on Paranoid Schizophrenia Introduction Mental health and illness refer to the issue of cognitive and emotional health status of an individual. It is defined as a state of psychological well-being and an absence of any cognitive or emotional dysfunction. A person is said to exhibit appropriate mental, when the individual functions at a satisfactory level concerning emotional and behavioral aspects. The World Health Organization (WHO) has defined mental health as a state of subjective well-being, perceived self-efficacy, adequate competence, autonomy and self-actualization in a person. If any of...

The field of Minimal Access Surgery or Laparoscopic

The field of Minimal Access Surgery or Laparoscopic surgery has always fascinated me, during my period of medical education. Such pitfalls associated with traditional surgery is a concern for patients. The patients undergoing traditional surgery experience increased postoperative pain and are at the risk of post-operative infections. Further, these patients remain confined and do not become ambulatory. This situation leads to various medical complications. One such complication is Deep Vein Thrombosis, and such an incident happened to my father who underwent cholecystectomy. From that very incidence, I was attracted to the field of Minimal Access Surgery owing to its potential benefits of causing...