The person would be more likely to be harmed by common bacteria. - Apex
when someone has low white blood cell count it is called Leukopenia
Radiation can be beneficial in diagnosis and treatment of some medical conditions, ranging from X-rays to using specific isotopes to treat cancers. Gamma radiation can be used to sterilise equipment or food by killing bacteria.
Yeah, you can. One example is "This heat is killing me."
it is used for fending of staurt beck and killing your enimies.
The introduction of the cane toad to the sugar cane fields in Queensland Australia is a good one. they were suposed to get a beetle under cotrol but now they are killing native wildlife as for afield as the Northern Teritory and still spreading.From RALFWHO:Similarly, the mongoose was introduced to Hawaii to control the rat population. Now they have a mongoose AND rat problem.X-RAY shoe-fitting equipment.Thalidomide.DDTNot the biggest, but only if ask others not afflicted: anal radium treatments.
by eating dead things and decomposing food down :)
The killing type has no treatment it's has no type of treatment to cure your sickenss.
Predation describes an organism killing another organism for nutrition.
the two treatments are killing every single animal (including your own pets) or you can tie potatoes really super tight in till your head goes white.
Chemotherapy is different than localized treatments of cancer because it is cytotoxic, or kills some of the blood cells in the body. In chemotherapy treatment, patients are given medication that travels throughout the body and destroys any cancer cells that are present.
Final Solution = Hitler's Jewish Holocaust. Special Treatment = Nazi euphemism for killing or extermination.
Cancer treatment affects healthy cells by killing them , because the keno therapy has radiation and it kills your cells.
by killing cancer cells with high-energy waves.
Some of the medical machines use radiation and cancer treatments still use radiation as part of killing the cancers.
They acted like wild animals, killing and torturing to prove who was superior
No. He can refuse further treatment but killing the patient is not legal or recommended.