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The world of science and medicine will be drastically changing this year Scientists were hard at work all last year to make life a little easier for citizens These new discoveries will be made available to the public over the next few months Scientists hope that these many findings will benefit society at large In science the citizens of Colony Moon will be able to grow food in the moons soil for the first time This is thanks to an invention that allows plants to grow by dissolving nutrients they need in water Also anyone living in space will find that it is easier to control muscle atrophy now that there is a new exercise machine Finally the world can be warned in time to take proper precautions of disasters such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions This is because a new device has been tested for the past few months and has now been proven to be 100 accurate These findings will make life a little bit easier for inhabitants on earth in space and on the moon Medicine has also come a long way in the last year and will with new discoveries greatly help people in the coming months Maybe the biggest news in medicine is that patients with ovarian or liver cancer can now take a new drug that kills the cancerous cells Also people who are at high risk for these types of cancers can take a drug that will prevent the cancer from forming High blood pressure will soon be just a memory to people due to a new vitamin that has been found to regulate blood pressure Finally the latest news in medicine is that the United States is officially AIDS free This will be the first year that all AIDS patients will be living together in a colony in Arizona The last person with AIDS was taken there shortly after Christmas In conclusion the discoveries made last year
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