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    I have just started my epq, we are in the VERY early stages and I was just wondering if you could give your thoughts on this initial question idea: "how can stem cells be used to treat lukemia?"
    Or do you think I should do:"How can the Zion virus be used to treat cancer?", however I feel as though this one maybe be too hard as I don't think a lot of research has been carried out yet...
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    I have just started my epq, we are in the VERY early stages and I was just wondering if you could give your thoughts on this initial question idea: "how can stem cells be used to treat lukemia?"
    Or do you think I should do:"How can the Zion virus be used to treat cancer?", however I feel as though this one maybe be too hard as I don't think a lot of research has been carried out yet...
    I think they are both boring because they both involve merely an explanation.

    You need more analysis and original evaluation.

    If I want to know the answer to both of your questions I can get a textbook or read a few how to articles.

    You need to change the wording so its got a bit more scope for debate and conjecture about it.

    Talk to your tutor, bit imo you need to do some research an write down ideas before restricting yourself to a title.
 
 
 
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