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  • The Cure

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    trying to learn about the human body. Perhaps there is a cure in here, something that can help him.” I said without looking up. These books were filled with old recipes for medicine and some contain forbidden knowledge and strange languages. Father had saved them when alchemy was banned. The books were supposed to be burned by the church but they are now kept in our library. Isabella gently closed the cover of my book. “You cannot expect to cure him on your own Conor.” I stared at her blankly. “Why

  • The Cure

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    The time period of the world now is better than any other one throughout history. The world today is especially superior to the one in the 2000’s. This increase in human happiness and health is all due to the founding of the cure. The cure makes the world a better place to live in by allowing humans to live their lives the fullest without having to deal with the fear of pain. The early 21st century is called The Time of Pain by many historians. People all over the world died in agony, because

  • The Cure

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    Resolution GA/3/1.1 General Assembly Third Committee Sponsors: Bangladesh, Maldives, Yemen, and Zack Navabi Signatories: Belgium, Iceland, the Netherlands, and Sudan Topic: “Coordinated Undertaking to Rescue the Environment” The General Assembly, Having studied the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Fifth Assessment Report, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), formed in 1988, has the express purpose of giving the world’s policymakers objective facts about global climate

  • No Cure for AIDS

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    No Cure for AIDS           What is AIDS? How do you cure it? Find out by reading this report on cures and preventions for the AIDS virus.  In  this report some of the topics covered will be a small report on AIDS, preventions, and possible cures. This report was written to prove if there is a cure for the AIDS virus, and if there are any ways to prevent contracting AIDS.  I mean who does AIDS think it is just killing people?  

  • An Ounce Of Cure

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    As the old saying goes, “an ounce of cure is worth a pound of prevention”. I believe that this is what the author thought of when choosing the title for this story. There is a lot of wisdom found in these words that is usually only realized after the fact. This reminds me of another old saying that I think also applies to this story – “Hindsight is twenty-twenty”. How many times have we thought, “if only I knew then what I know now”? Would we have made the same choices? This question is difficult

  • A Cure for Alzheimer's

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    A Cure for Alzheimer's In February of 2000, I lost my grandmother to Alzheimer's disease. She was diagnosed with the disease just less than two years prior to her death. Throughout that time, I watched changes in my grandmother that made her seem like an entirely different woman to me. She gradually began losing her short-term memory and we began to see signs of her long-term memory degrading too. It began to get harder and harder to take her out into public without being afraid of

  • A Cure for Asthma

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    A Cure for Asthma While the reality of a cure for asthma is a long ways off, the idea keeps many asthmatics hopeful and healthy. A cure is far down the road, but possible and very real. Asthmatics should realize both of these statements are true and keep their feet planted firmly on the ground while dreaming of the possibilities. The media plays a large role in how people view the possibility of a cure. Sometimes, news articles portray the positive side of a cure, showing how new developments

  • A Cure for Cancer

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    For years people have been looking for a cure for the devastating disease of cancer. Cancer is the third highest killer in the US with over 2,500,000 victims per year. Oncologists and scientists around the country are researching all forms of cancer in an effort to understand, treat, and ultimately defeat this disease. Already there have been numerous advances in the field, such as chemotherapy and gene therapy. One advance has been the use of a cell process known as apoptosis. By harnessing this

  • Finding a cure

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    just to be checked for early cancer. The NBCF has several different methods to fundraise money for breast cancer patients such as: walks/runs, bake sales, concerts and art shows. Another program that is well known is the Susan G. Koman for the Cure Foundation. This program was founded by Nancy G. Brinker. She put the organization together as a promise to her sister to end breast cancer. Susan G. Koman died from breast cancer, and this program was founded in her name in 1982. This program holds

  • Searching For A Cure

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    taxes. I beg to differ. I believe that another inevitability is soon coming – the cure for spinal cord injuries. Scientists have made many breakthroughs in the last 25 years in terms of spinal cord injuries. In past years when a person would get a spinal cord injury, there was pretty much no hope for them to regain any function or movement that was lost, unless some sort of miracle took place. Today, there is still no cure; however, experiments are being done that have shown promising results.      Stem

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