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interstitial fluid, it precipitates while the long-acting analogue detemir linked to a fatty acid aggregates in the interstitial fluid. This delays the drug dissociation and its release into the circulation system. The exenatides such as the GIP-mimetics have been associated with nausea and vomiting.

Several cases of pancreatitis occurring in the exenatides-treated patients have also been reported. Derivatives of thiazolidinedione such as the actos have been associated with weight gain and edema. Recent findings of congestive heart failure and bladder cancers associated with the derivatives have retarded their usage as anti-diabetics.
Ethics guidelines now require that individuals give informed consent to participate in research. Existing ethical guidelines do not help us decide how to seek consent and have allowed managerial experimentation to remain unchecked.

Based on your understanding of the topic and the article, answer the following question:

Do you think that alternative forms of community consent should be actively pursued? Why or why not? How would you feel if your medical records were examined and included in research without your consent based on an illness in the past?
In an essay, study a dynamic character in one of our readings, showing exactly how that character changed, or grew, or developed and the significance of this change.

Demonstrates a thorough understanding of the story
Presents an original, compelling argument

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