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QUESTION 1 Which of the following is NOT a possible negative result of infectious disease?

QUESTION 1

Which of the following is NOT a possible negative result of infectious disease?

A.Competition for resource

B.Political instability

C.Strain of national budgets

D.Emigration

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QUESTION 2

Which disease caused by a bacterial infection of the intestine?

A.Malaria

B.Cholera

C.Swine Flu

D.Tuberculosis

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QUESTION 3

What remarkable globalization-related event took place in 2008?

A.Diseases endemic to developing countries received most research funding.

B.Infant mortality worldwide dropped considerably.

C.For the first time, the majority of the world's population lived in an urban setting.

D.There has been a huge decrease in infectious diseases worldwide.

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QUESTION 4

Which statements are NOT true about TB and HIV

A.AIDS is an incurable disease that destroys the patient's immune system.

B.People infected by TB often have no symptoms of the disease.

C.On the whole: TB can be cured.

D.There is no link between TB and HIV.

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QUESTION 5

Which of the following is NOT a main argument against the production of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)?

A.GMOs could endanger biodiversity 

B.They raise questions about ethical boundaries

C.GM foods might be unhealthy

D.GM foods might have a bland taste

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