Some examples of biotechnology include human gene therapy, genetically modifying plants and changing the genes of bacteria. Biotechnology helps improve crops so they produce more, healthier produce. It also helps fight h... More »

An example of a medical release template includes information about the patient, information about the health care provider and information about who is authorized to receive medical records, explains the Texas Medical A... More » Health Diagnostics & Imaging

Patient autonomy is the most basic right of every individual and an example of a medical ethics dilemma. Autonomy means "self-rule" and involves the right of an individual to make choices that may go against a physician'... More »

The benefits of using biotechnology to genetically modify organisms include increased yield at reduced cost, lower prices, increased land use, reduced use of pesticides, and increased profits for companies that develop t... More »

According to ScienceDaily, biodiversity is the variety of species and genes of animals, microorganisms and plants found on Earth, including their connections and natural processes. Biodiversity is important because it pr... More »

Hereditary diseases are health problems that are passed from parents to offspring through defective genes, according to Steady Health. Some examples of hereditary diseases include hereditary hemochromatosis, Down syndrom... More »

Traditional biotechnology is the use of natural organisms by humans to create or modify foods or other useful products. Examples of traditional biotechnology include using yeasts for fermentation and practicing selective... More »