Human growth and development has captivated my attention since my first Human Anatomy and Physiology class my sophomore year in High School. I studied, researched and dissected every inch of the human body. I analyzed every component of the human pregnancy and studied each one extensively; this inspired me greatly to go into the Obstetrics and Gynecology field. I learned the functions and the purposes the complex body withholds; without it the world would be nothing. The research and study of the human body will always be a significant interest that captures my attention; the medical field is my final destination. Obstetrics and Gynecology play a crucial role in determining what the next generation will hold, and, because of this, my research and study will remain in this field of study. In biological terms, the primary function of the human body is to replicate itself, and the sexual and parental instincts are among the strongest of our basic drives. As science widens the gap between sex and reproduction, we can choose more ways of having one without the other. These developments, along with the contrasts between the traditional cultures and progressive societies, have multiplied the ethical issues surrounding sex and pregnancy. However, the realities of sexually transmitted diseases, malignancies of the reproductive organs, complex pregnancy issues, and inherited disorders continue to disrupt our daily lives.
Considering the aforementioned, transforming a single fertilized cell into a human infant is one of the most extraordinary processes in modern biology. With cells spastically combining together forming a living, breathing human is phenomenal; even today with our comprehension of cell biology advancing on a daily basis, many of the complex mechanisms that govern embryonic growth and human development remain enigmatic, but promising for further research and study. I want to engage in the research and study of human growth and development, because it is...
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