About Jack Andrews

I am an experienced academic writer. I presented research at a conference at the University of Cambridge in 2012 and will be presenting again. I hold an honours degree in Medical Science and have also recently completed my studies for a Masters by Research on Open Education. During my university years I was both a course representative and a faculty representative, where, along with four other faculty reps, I was in charge of looking after approximately 5000 students. Before accepting my current position I worked for a UK university as an Evaluations officer. I also work with the elderly providing care and support. I am organised, efficient and always deliver a high standard of work

An in-depth analysis of Ocular Melanoma

Ocular Melanoma

The eye is an essential organ to the human population. It allows us to perceive detail and to carry out tasks which would otherwise have been impossible. We can see both objects that are distant and those that are very close, for example, the minute detail such as pores in fabric in-between each thread. It is therefore debilitating when this sense is lost or otherwise hindered. There are many factors that can go wrong with regards to our sight, from simple myopia and hyperopia to ocular melanoma. This essay will look at ocular melanoma in detail and will fall into several sections. They are the incidence, the symptoms, detection, current and future therapies as well as survival rates…..

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