Basic HTML

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    <h1>GBS 788</h1> <!--header-->
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     "Well, Prince, so Genoa and Lucca are now just family estates of the 
     Buonapartes. <strong>But I warn you, if you don't tell me that this</strong> <!--Bold-->
     means war, if you still try to defend the infamies and horrors perpetrated 
     by that Antichrist—I really believe he is Antichrist—I will have nothing
     more to do with you and you are no longer my friend, no longer my 'faithful
     slave,' as you call yourself! But how do you do? I see I have frightened
     you—sit down and tell me all the news."  
      HTML is <em>written in the form of HTML elements</em> consisting of tags enclosed <!--italics-->
      in angle brackets (like &lt;html&gt;), within the web page content. HTML tags
      most commonly come in pairs like  and , although some tags represent empty
      elements and so are unpaired, for example &lt;img&gt;. The first
      tag in a pair is the start tag, and the second tag is the end tag (they
      are also called opening tags and closing tags). In between these tags web 
      During the late 1900s, man’s life span has increased dramatically from an
      average of 50 years to 70 years.  With this amazing increase in life, man
      has become afflicted with diseases that were not common, if hardly known,
      before.  One of those diseases is cancer, a disease today dreaded by many.
      Because this disease is so wide spread, a separate classification of
      doctors has been made to study and treat this disease:  the oncologist.
      Oncology is an amazing career that requires extensive education in order
      for the oncologist to perform his daily tasks.
      The first aspect of oncology is the disease itself, cancer.  Cancer first
      begins by the growth of an abnormal cell, caused by some malfunction in
      the DNA of the cell.  Although this problem is normally causes certain
      systems designed to protect the body to either destroy the cell or cause
      the cell to self-destruct, the cancer cell has so maligned its DNA that
      these safety precautions are shut down.  Once the cancer has developed it
      is given a name based on its origin in the body.  Because the cancer cells
      do not die, the cancer cells reproduction causes their number to increase
      without any loss of the previous cells.  This reproduction slowly or
      sometimes quickly pushes the other good cells away. 
      Because this disease is so deadly and so common in today’s society, a
      classification of doctors, called oncologists, was formed to study and
      treat cancer, specifically the malignant tumors that cancer forms in the
      body.  Yet cancer became so wide spread that even the classification of
      oncologists was broken down further into three divisions: the medical
      oncologist, the surgical oncologist, and the radiation oncologist.
      The first division is a medical oncologist who uses certain types of
      medicine and chemotherapy to rid the body of malignant tumors.  The second
      division is a surgical oncologist.  This oncologist uses surgery to try to
      rid the body malignant tumors.  The final division of oncologists is a
      radiation oncologist who uses various forms of radiation to kill off
      cancer cells.
      Since Oncology is such a large and complex career, it requires a
      significant amount of training to become an oncologist, starting even in
      high school.  When in high school a student needs to prepare to be an
      oncologist by studying most of the sciences including biology, chemistry,
      physics, and anatomy to prepare himself for college and extensive science
      knowledge necessary to diagnose and treat a patient with drugs or surgery.
      Also, mathematic courses such as Algebra I and II, Geometry, and
      Trigonometry will be very important since the growth of a tumor and the
      effects of chemotherapy on that <a href="#gbs788">tumor</a> can be <!--links to the anchor where href = "#" links to name of anchor-->
      predicted using
      <a href="">CNN</a> <!--hyperlink where href links to the webpage-->