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Polio Helen Gibbar Mrs. Gibbars class 1 st Period/March 12, 2010
Objective #1: General General description of disease What causes it? Who gets it
Objective #2: Symptoms What body systems are involved? How often does it occur? Does it affect a certain age group? Does it affect a certain ethnic group?
Objective #3: Diagnosis What tests do the doctors run to determine a person has the disease?
Objective #4: Treatment Is there a cure? If so, what is it? Can medicines cure it or just treat it? What medicines are used to control or cure it?
Terms Antibiotics: Vaccines: Infectious disease: Noninfectious disease?
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