4_18_08__Disease - 4-18-08 - Disease31.1. The Royal Society...

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Unformatted text preview: 4-18-08 - Disease31.1. The Royal Society of London did not publish Jenners work because:A) he did not use the scientific methodB) he did not perform the right controlsC) he did not extend his research to tuberculosisD) he did not perform statistical analysisE) his work was so much at variance with established knowledge.31.2. After the assassination attempt of President Garfield in 1881, he died because:A) his doctors took him to a seaside place in New Jersey where the air was too heavyB) his doctors tried to revive him by performing the first heart transplant, but they could not find a donorC) his doctors tried to save him by performing the first angioplasty, but it failed.D) his doctors did not wash their hands before they poked around inside him and gave him an infectionE) his doctors were unable to get a sufficient supply of digitalis to keep his heart going.31.3. Due to the public response to Ignaz Semmelweis cure for childbed fever, heA) took a long vacation in the Alps....
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2008 for the course BIO G 110 taught by Professor Wayne,r. during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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4_18_08__Disease - 4-18-08 - Disease31.1. The Royal Society...

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