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Teaching about Breast Cancer

prefer the least invasive surgical option, others prefer the traditional approach (Katz and Hawley, 2007). Therefore, a major topi...

Cervical and Breast Cancer and Nutrition's Effects

of cell cycle progression change when cells become cancerous. One of these aspects is the proto-oncoprotein c-Src (Taylor and Sha...

Rural Southwest Queensland Australia and Developing a Breast Cancer Screening Program

2002). Finally, the paper notes that there should be an adequate screening test that is "capable of detecting the susceptibility, ...

Australia Focus on Breast Cancer

carcinoma in situ (DCIS). This is also known as "intraductal carcinoma or non-invasive breast cancer" (Breast Cancer, 2004; p. PG...

Risk of Breast Cancer

or seven years and her body had an auto-mastectomy" (2003, 28). The fact that some women receive better care does not account for...

Breast Cancer and Birth Control Sample Research

recorded dropped out of the study because of illness or death (U.S. Newswire, 2002). In addition, none of the media stories mentio...

Making a Difference and Breast Cancer

help each other and empowers them to become their own health care advocates" (Anonymous, 2002), all of which requires the shelter ...

An Article on Breast Cancer Patients and Food Choices Critiqued

been the principal focus in current research (1997). Studies focusing on school children generally include a food preference compo...

H.R. 1723/ S. 830 Breast Cancer And Environmental Research Act Of 2001

Another breast cancer patient is diagnosed every 2 minutes and one woman dies from this disease every 13 minutes (The Orator, 2001...

Cervical or Breast Cancer and the High Incidences in African American Women

National Womens Health Information Center, 1998). Findings from a recent National Cancer Institute study noted how African Americ...

Breast Cancer Chemoprevention

to raloxifene, which, as a "promising agent" (pp. 7-15), falls far behind tamoxifen in any use other than clinical trials. When d...

How to Cope with Breast Cancer

women cope with this diagnosis. The following examination of this body of research demonstrates that while some studies are inform...

Breast Cancer Research Article and Critique of Qualitative Research

prevent women from participating. The purpose of this study is to determine whether African American womens perceptions of BSE, P...

Breast Cancer and the Medication Tamoxifen

must be evaluated and considered against possible negative risks. The following discussion of tamoxifen looks specifically at the ...

Article Overview of 'Rotating Night Shifts and Risk of Breast Cancer in Women Participating in the Nurses' Health Study'

in general, and the risk of breast cancer in premenopausal and postmenopausal American women. Sampling Procedures The sampling...

Breast Cancer and Mammogram Screening

dense or fatty breasts. Poplack, et al. (2000) provide definitions that can be applied to the more general patient. "Screening i...

Examination of Breast Cancer

& Estrin, 2003). However, a core biopsy or incisional biopsy is when just a small part of the tissue is used ( Pfeuffer & Estrin, ...

About Breast Cancer

"uninhibited in her sexual expression, regardless of her prior inclinations" (Thorne and Murray, 2000, p. 142). She will probably ...

Depression and Anxiety in Women With Breast Cancer and Their Partners

with their illness decreases and their partners ability to help them with the process is impeded as well. Decreased communication...

Breast Cancer Research & Ethics

personal opinion can affect human behavior, and the frequently complicated nature of ethics complications in cancer research. It a...

Breast Cancer Examination

but it is not uncommon for breast masses that develop in this area to be malignant. Determining the presence of a breast mass is ...

Case Study/Breast Cancer

to replace lost cells or to repair damaged tissue and once this task has been achieved, "proliferation-repressing signals" are act...

Breast Cancer Risk

order to come to an uninformed answer to the research questions. Statistical analysis was not undertaken due to the inconsistenc...

Genetic Disorder - Breast Cancer

Hecht, 2008). Breast cancer in both men and women is a genetic disorder but it is not necessarily hereditary (U.S. National Librar...

Mastectomy, Lumpectomy, and Treatment of Breast Cancer

In a paper consisting of ten pages the arguments surrounding adjuvant therapies and lumpectomies over radical or partial mastectom...

Topic of Breast Cancer

In a paper consisting of five pages the breast cancer issue is considered through a comparative analysis of journal and magazine a...

Report on Breast Cancer

American Cancer Society and other information groups are actively encouraging woman of all ages to learn everything they can about...

African American Women and Breast Cancer

percent, while rates among black women increase 1 percent, says the National Cancer Institute). Although White women are more li...

African American Women, Environmental Impacts, and Breast Cancer

In five pages environmental factors such as carcinogens exposure are discussed as they relate to the high breast cancer mortality ...

Issues Involving Breast Cancer

In a report that contains five pages issues and factors involving breast cancer are presented in an informational overview that co...