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Almost all of the calculus problems I deal with these days are related to mechanics, but I remember all those many years ago when I was introduced to differential equations, one of the first applications was to solve problems dealing with population growth and decay. That would seem to fit your requirement for an application in medicine and/or life science if you solve a problem on bacterial growth

Here is a link to some notes that might give you some ideas.

Newton’s Law of Cooling is another important application that finds many uses in life science.

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not bad idea. Because when I was in my BSc (official program) I remember one of my hodjas was saying 

- do you students know that a medical professor had won nobel prize for its finding which is considered as a very basic finding in maths. 🙂

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