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Papers On Disease, Treatment, & Epidemiology
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Bone Marrow Transplants for Sickle Cell Anemia
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A 6 page paper describing the new and somewhat controversial therapy for sickle cell anemia. The writer explains the pros and cons of bone marrow transplants for victims of this hereditary blood disease. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Sicklecl.wps

How Cholera & The Plague Reached Epidemic Proportions
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6 pages in length Both cholera and the plague have reached epidemic proportions at different times throughout history. The environmental factors attributed to their worldwide spread are many, as is their capacity to harm a great number of people in one fell swoop. Focusing upon these causes and attempting to avert their overwhelming affect upon the populace as a whole is of primary concern to contemporary health strategies; however, prevention of such damaging infectious disease is both monumental and difficult. The writer discusses cause and prevention as they relate to cholera and the plague. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Cholplag.doc

Social Changes Resulting From Bubonic Plague
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A 6 page paper discussing both immediate and long-lasting changes brought on by necessary shifts in custom in response to the loss of 1/3 of Europe's population during the Black Death. The Black Plague put the entire structure of society in flux as people lived in very fear for their lives and tried to deal with life in as normal manner as possible while half cities fell all around them. Perhaps the most lasting changes arose from the necessity of letting 'new blood' into established institutions such as law and medicine in order to assure their continuance. These people brought new patterns of thinking, and many of them may have never had any other opportunity to rise beyond their peasant status had the plague not made both land and position available. It was a time of the first respect for the power of labor, and it was the time of the first recorded persecution of the Jews. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Bubplag.doc

The Black Death in Europe
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In 6 pages the author discusses the Black Death in Europe.The Black Death was also known as the Black Plague. This plague was catastrophic to the population of Europe during the fourteenth century. The Black Death killed a great number of the population. It knew no cultural or socioeconomic boundary, killing peasant and aristocrat alike. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Black Plague
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This 5 page paper is a fictitious depiction of an artisan dying of the plague in Medieval times. Explanations of the reality of the times are clarified and documented. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Medblp.wps

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