Not stating my opinion

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by medical22, Sep 7, 2002.

  1. medical22

    medical22 Senior Member

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    Do you think it's okay not to include my opinion, but just state the issue for the question "what do you see as the most significant issue the medical profession will face in the next X year?" I am writing about genetic engineering and have written that it will catch much attention in the future as technology advances, but have not directly stated my opinion as to whether I am for or against genetic engineering.
     
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  3. tryingagain

    tryingagain Soon to have no life

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    I think you should hint at your opinion. Fir instance, "genetically matched prescription drugs may increase the efficacy in their usage" if you are a proponent of genetic research.

    "Altering genes, while providing short term relief in patients with genetics disease, may prove to create an unstable genome in the future. The effects are worth researching" if you were against genetic interference. etc.

    Gets your point across as being in favor or opposed without coming across as preachy.
     

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