ulcers and bacteria


For this weeks discussion we will look at a case study on H. pylori and ulcers, and will examine events that led to the bacterial theory of ulcers. This case study demonstrates how science is built upon the work of others; how assumptions can cloud people’s views and how scientific truths” can and do change. Specifically, the case study examines the story of Dr. Robin Warren and Dr. Barry Marshall and their research on ulcers. We follow their path from research to results, and rejection to acceptance. We will examine questions about ethics, the scientific method, and the role of chance in scientific discovery.Read through the attached case study and answer any 4 questions found at the end of the case study (Make sure to let us know what question numbers you are answering).Write your post in a narrative format based on your answers to the questions