select a parasitic disease of your choice that particularly affects African American population. Thoroughly review the current literature related to your selected disease, besides exploring the databases, such as CDC, MS Department of Health, etc

select a parasitic disease of your choice that particularly affects African American population. Thoroughly review the current literature related to your selected disease, besides exploring the databases, such as CDC, MS Department of Health, etc. Develop a manuscript with a well-thought-out narrative, useful data, and data analysis to describe the presence, progression, and management of that disease.  

Your paper should be succinct and to the point and must not be mere downloads from the Internet. I am expecting a good quality paper that applies your critical thinking and carries 20% towards your final grade; therefore it should be a first-rate effort. 

EXPECTATIONS: A good/journal-quality paper is expected for this CT assignment with each of the outlined sections given in the following rubric. This paper must contain meaningful data and some sort of data analysis, such as descriptive statistics, correlation/regression, etc. Your results should be compiled in organized manners using tables, graphs, and narrative details. Results should be discussed for their implications against the current body of knowledge, followed by conclusions and current references. It should also have an abstract of 250 words written succinctly to describe the entire paper. For this written report  format should be followed using adequate line space, margins, citations, etc. Any illegal use of the information without proper acknowledgments will be considered plagiarism and may be reported. The assignment uses Turnitin/Grammarly for similarity score.

For a reference, pls see this attached paper, published by a previous JSU student from a similar exercise.

, O.V., Akil1, L., and , H.A., 2019. Exploring Unconventional Risk-Factors for Cardiovascular Diseases: Has Opioid Therapy Been Overlooked? J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 16(14), 2564;