Anatomy & Physiology Discussion Question

Anatomy & Physiology Discussion Question

Chapter 2 – Discussion Question.

The Chemistry of Biology.

Radioactive Isotopes in Diagnosis of infectious diseases, and in cancer chemotherapy.


Provide in your own words, not as a copy and paste from other sources, a short paragraph, of no more than 200 words, with your discussion about:

Radioactive Isotopes, and their utilization for diagnosis of infectious diseases, and cancer chemotherapy.

Your discussion should contain your point of view in favor of this procedures and therapy, or against it, and the reasons for your decision or opinion, advantages or disadvantages, risk and consequences, etc.


How to submit your discussion:

Click under that discussion question.

Click under: Click to Launch.

Click under: Create a Thread.

Copy your discussion of approximately less than 200 words, as a “Word document” that you have prepared, and after spelling check, paste it into that window for discussions.

You can also create your discussion directly into that window, but it is not recommended because of the risk of losing the material if Blackboard goes off or down, etc.

Click Submit.

After you finish your discussion and submit it, you will be able to see the discussions of your classmates, and you are ready for the second part which is the comment about one off your classmate's discussion.

Do not forget to answer or give your brief opinion about at least one discussion from one of your classmates.

For that, go back to the discussion and you will see a list of the classmates who had posted a discussion.

If you do not find any discussions yet, wait for few hours or 2 or 3 days, until you are able to see at least one, but do not allow to go over the deadline for that discussion.

Select a classmate’s discussion, and Click in one of those lines.

Read her or his discussions and Click Reply.

In the empty window copy your opinion or answer to that discussion and


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