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Aaron Maslia

Alzheimer’s Disease

Regenerative bioscience has the ability to affect so many facets of our life. Techniques can be used to manipulate not only our health, but our food and other resources as well. On a personal note, my grandmother has Alzheimer’s Disease and seeing that there is a group of scientists working on developing methods to ease the effects of this disease is very inspiring and motivates me to be more involved in this field.

Often as children, we are taught no to ask so many questions, however, scientific research not only encourages this, but focuses on the importance for us to constantly ask questions. When we ask questions, we look for answers, and in turn learn more about ourselves and the world around us. In order to expand technologically, medicinally, agriculturally, socially, and industrially, we need to ask these important questions and do the research that hopefully lead to invaluable answers.

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