Stories about hepatitis B

Genetic engineering – Unethical or welcomed?

A scalpel has the power to kill a human being who lies helplessly on the table in an operation room. However, that very scalpel can also save that person. It all depends on the surgeon whose hand the scalpel is in; he can choose to either use it to save a patient’s life or just end it with a few wrong cuts. This idea applies to every other technology or tool. It depends on you, whether you choose to use it or abuse it. For me, genetic engineering is a technology that should get immediate support and advancement from today’s community. It is a ...

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Living in fear of dying

I wait restlessly in the Sind laboratory for my test results, pacing back and forth. Palms sweaty, stomach churning, I walk nervously to the receptionist. She looks at me emphatically and asks me to wait ten more minutes. I scowl at her and curse her under my breath, wondering in disbelief how could she make go through this agonizing delay. I sit down and stare at the clock completely transfixed, watching each second tick by. At every name that gets called, my heart catches, beating faster, almost synchronizing itself with the tick tock of the clock. I just want to know now. ...

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