Imagine you are a teacher in a classroom on the first day of classes and you notice that one of your students
cuts himself accidentally and begins to bleed. You get your first-aid kit and you use gauze to cover the wound
and stop the bleeding. However, you notice that your student does not stop bleeding. What is going on? Later
you learn that he also bleeds nonstop from his nose (when with the cold) and also from his gums (when
brushing his teeth). You also learn that your student has Hemophilia. What is this? Is it a bacterial or viral
disease, or is it a genetic disorder? How common is it? Who gets it? Why would a person not be able to clot
and bleed even to the point of death? Is there a cure to this? If this is about our genetics, how in the world can
our genes do this to us? Investigate about Hemophilia and write an essay about it. The questions provided
above are to motivate you to investigate about this topic; you do not need to answer them one by one. The
essay must be at least four paragraphs long, and each paragraph must contain at least five sentences (you
can write more than four paragraphs and more than five sentences per paragraph if you wish to do so).
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