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Challenges and Difficulties of Gene and Stem Cell Therapy in the Treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

Term paper should be typed and double spaced. It should be 10 pages including illustrations but the abstract and references are not included in the 10 page limit. It should be organized with a • Summary or abstract (one page maximum), • Introduction, (one page) • Main content or the body of the paper (6 pages) • References (in addition to the 10 pages). In the introduction you should describe the technology and how it works in detail. You should also describe the disease or situation when it is appropriate to use the technology and explain why it is appropriate to use the technology. In the body of the paper you should explain the biological basis of why the technology might be effective and you should explain the biological basis of potential problems or limitations of the technology (including but not limited to health risks, and environmental risks). You should also discuss the feasibility and efficacy of the technology. In the body of the paper you should discuss the legal and ethical issues of using the technology. You should also explain if this would be a technology that you would support or not and provide justification for your answer • You should use Times roman 12 font and 1-inch margins on all sides. • References should be presented in the American Medical Association (AMA) style ( • There should be at least two references of original papers published in peer-reviewed research journals. • Copy of one such research article must be attached with the paper.
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