An Analysis Of Rappoport

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Throughout the text, all three appeals stand out at various points; some more than others. Shown least amount of times, the ethical appeal contributes to the text during the last part of the book. Here, Rappoport turns the attention to various real life situations between life and death. Referred to the good, the bad, and the future, he establishes how, at one point, biologists nearly find the cure to cancer and a series of other diseases. One oncologist, Judah Folkman, publisher of the New England Journal of Medicine in 1971, encourages a race to find a cure for cancer with his groundbreaking findings. Within 35 years of his publication, he has reassurance that he’s close to the cure. Sadly, he passed away in 2008, due to a heart attack.
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