- Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is becoming a common infection caused by cancerous cells. Most cases of breast cancer have been diagnosed with more women than men.
- Cell Phone Dangers to Human Health
This research paper aims at investigating whether the use of cell phones is dangerous to human health and makes a critique on some of the recent studies on this topic.
- Tea Consumption and Human Health
Considered one of the most popular beverages globally, tea promotes health and assists in chronic disease prevention like cancer, heart diseases, and metabolic syndrome.
- Cervical Cancer Prevention and Women's Well-Being in the UK
The research examines the prevention mechanisms of cervical cancer are in the UK and assesses challenges that exist for adult women affected by the disease.
- Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting: Research Proposal
The review of the literature shows that researchers and practitioners are trying to identify cancer treatments that are associated with fewer incidents of chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting.
- Cancer and Chemotherapy-Induced Nausea and Vomiting
This study focuses on gastric cancer in the Hispanic population, chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, and proposes an intervention to improve health outcomes.
- Women's Endometrial Cancer Prevention
Endometrial cancer occurs when the cells of the endometrial lining of the uterus start growing in an uncontrollable manner.
- Cervical Cancer and Screening Procedures
Cervical cancer is one of the major health risks for women. This type of cancer is usually caused by the high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV).
- Cancer Stages, Treatment, and Effects Reduction
The prevalence of cancer cases has increased the workload of health care practitioners, as well as heightened the demand for improved care for patients.
- Women's Cervical Cancer Prevention in the UK
The prevention of cervical cancer in adult females in the UK has been within the lens of researchers for decades.
- UK Women's Cervical Cancer Prevention Policies
The paper describes policies developed in the UK to prevent cervical cancer among adult women and measures to improve the health and wellbeing of women diagnosed with the disease.
- "Fostering Early Breast Cancer Detection" Article
In “Fostering early breast cancer detection,” Shackelford et al. raise a rather important and relevant problem related to breast cancer, in particular, its early detection.
- Breast Cancer, Its Etiology and Pathophysiology
This research paper describes breast cancer in detail, its etiology and risk factors, symptoms and signs, diagnostics, and treatment.
- Delaware Cancer Incidence and Mortality in 2009-2013
This work describes the trend of cancer both in terms of mortality and incidence, using Delaware's Cancer Incidence and Mortality Report.
- Immunotherapy, Its Types and Mechanisms
This essay examines current and new types of immunotherapies and their mechanisms of action in the immune system.
- Breast Cancer Screening in the US and Canada
The aim of this paper is to discuss the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) and its recommendations for breast cancer screening.
- The Prevention of Breast Cancer
This paper includes a study proposal that examines the role of the ARNP in the prevention of breast cancer with the help of screening mammograms.
- Breast Cancer Screening
Mammography is the primary and most effective method for breast cancer screening. The current situation with epidemiology in the United States concerning breast cancer is disturbing.
- Liver Cancer Pathophysiology and Patient Education
This paper studies pathophysiology of liver cancer, peculiarities of its diagnosing and treatment, evaluates their efficiency and provides implications for patent education.
- Breast Cancer Risks Determined by Family History
The client’s major problem is the risk of breast cancer increased by the fact that two intraductal breast cancers were recently diagnosed in her family.
- Obesity and Endometrial Cancer in Women
The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast two studies on obesity and endometrial cancer, with a close focus on their hypotheses, methods, and findings.
- Approach to Care: Cancer Patient
Cancer is one of the most dreaded words in the dictionary. When doctors make the pronouncement that a certain patient has cancer, it is the same as a death sentence.
- Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is faced by many women in the USA. It leads to dramatic consequences for this population, which urges healthcare professionals to develop different preemptive measures.
- Mortality Causes and Rates in the United States
This paper discusses problems with heart and vessels and cancer diseases as the main reasons for great mortality rates in the USA.
- Healthcare Aspects: Cancer Prevention
Many individuals underestimate the importance of male breast assessment, and there is a prejudice that only women have a high level of prevalence of breast cancer.
- Women’s Health as a Topic for a Medical Conference
The medical conference provided an opportunity for people of the medical profession to gain the most recent information about women's health.
- Cancer Treatment & Care and Complications
Cancer is a dangerous illness that takes a heavy toll on a person and can be fatal if left untreated for too long.
- Epidemiology and Health Plans for Miami
The paper analyzes three different pandemics prevalent in Miami: cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, and mental disorders.
- Breast Cancer Detection: Evidence-Based Project
The research is expected to expand the knowledge on the role of healthcare specialists in the early detection of breast cancer in adult women belonging to minority groups.
- Amish Child with Cancer: Medicine vs. Religion
A ten-year-old girl born in an Amish family is diagnosed with lymphoblastic lymphoma, which is capable of killing her if not treated with chemotherapy.
- Hematology: Hodgkin vs. Non-Hodgkin Lymphomas
Hodgkin's lymphoma and Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma are two types of cancer associated with white blood cells. These diseases majorly affect the immune system of a human organism.
- Introducing Routine Screening in a Gynecological Cancer Setting
In evidence-based nursing practice, distress is viewed as one of the primary causes of death among cancer people in contemporary society.
- Ovarian Cancer and Prophylactic Hysterectomy
In this paper, the analysis of the article about the role of prophylactic hysterectomy will be developed to identify its main “take-away” ideas.
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Cancer Pain Management
Pain during chemotherapy in elderly patients with cancer is one of the most important health issues people with the given problem and health workers face today.
- Preventive and Well-Care Measures for Men and Women
The paper suggests preventative care measures, a description for the adult male and female population, as well as recommendations as to well-care visits.
- Cancer Patients' Family Support: Con-Position
Cancer is a terrible disease that not only destroys the body of a human but also inflicts severe emotional damage.
- Cancer Patient's Family and Support
The paper aims to discuss cancer patient family/friend support from the point of view of financial strain, psychological pressure, and emotional changes.
- The Ethics of Refusing Treatment of Patient Cancer
Public fear of malignant tumors is exceptionally high because there is a widespread belief that treatment is ineffective.
- Cancer Computer-Aided Diagnosis
The top areas of cancer computer-aided diagnosis, which seem to be most often discussed and particularly well translated to practice, are breast, lung, and colon cancer diagnosing.
- Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment, and Approach to Care
The primary task of health facilities is to achieve success in diagnosing, managing complications, and treating all kinds of cancer affecting patients.
- Fostering Early Breast Cancer Detection
The research claims that early detection and prevention of breast cancer is the most topical issue in terms of public health.
- Epidemiology Topics for Signature Assignment
The topic of diabetic retinopathy is relevant to my future career as I will seek to encourage every patient with diabetes to have an eye examination regularly.
- Cancer Care and Treatment Approaches
Cancer is often regarded as a terminal illness even though the modern methods have proved to be quite effective as the rate of survivors is constantly growing.
- Cancer Diagnosis and Subsequent Treatment
A cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment is a grueling ordeal for many patients, which causes not only physical discomfort but tremendous psychological pressures as well.
- The Effect of "Music in Therapy" on Cancer Patients
The existing evidence proves the therapeutic effect of music on a number of issues; apart from that, nursing values its ability to improve people's emotional state.
- Quality of Life in Cancer Patients: Planned Change
Currently, approximately 60% of patients experiencing advanced cancer have to battle with extensive pain among other complications associated with this condition.
- Approach to Care of Cancer
Today, cancer is one of the most significant health problems. However, cancer is a disease that requires an integrated approach to its diagnostics.
- Cancer: Approach to Care
The rapid and abnormal growth of cells can be provoked by a range of factors of the internal and external nature, including both the inheritance factor and unhealthy lifestyles.
- Breast Cancer: Genetic Counseling
This paper focuses on genetic counseling for breast cancer, addressing critical elements of the practice, reasons for referral, and possible patient’s reactions.
- Cancer Care as a Nursing Process
The term “cancer” is used to describe a range of diseases associated with the uncontrolled intense growth of cells that tend to form tumors.
- The Role of the ARNP in the Prevention of Breast Cancer
The sample will consist of ARNPs and women with high risks of developing cancer who should be recommended the use of mammography.
- Gynecologic Cancer. "Detecting Distress" by O'Connor et al.
The outcomes of the analysis allow inferring that there is a correlation between the age of patients and the extent of distress that they experience.
- Cancer Care Approach: Diagnostics and Treatment
The term “cancer” is used to describe a range of diseases associated with the uncontrolled intense growth of cells that tend to form tumors.
- Cancer Care Approaches and Decision-Making
Each cancer case is different, and nurses and physicians need to be attentive to the patient’s needs and concerns and well as physiological and psychological symptoms.
- Cancer in Women and Prophylactic Measures
Cancer is a disease that may infect several organs fast, and patients have to be educated about the possibility of remission, the importance of follow-ups, etc.
- Breast Cancer: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Treatment
This case study investigates the pathophysiology of breast cancer and explores the most recent standards of care.
- Cancer Prevention and Education in Nursing Practice
The role of educators is integrated into nursing practice. Nurses should provide recommendations regarding the most effective measures aimed at preventing cancer.
- “Acupuncture and Moxibustion as an Evidence-Based Therapy for Cancer” by William Cho
“Acupuncture and Moxibustion as an Evidence-Based Therapy for Cancer” by William Cho shows us both the negative and positive sides of acupuncture and moxibustion.
- Urinary Tract Infection: Health Promotion, Chronic, and Acute Illness
This paper describes the diagnosis, treatment, and health promotion of urinary tract infection as an acute disease and cervical cancer as a chronic illness in women.
- Pain Management for Cancer Patients
The paper reveals the importance of education regarding pain treatment for patients who struggle against cancer.
- Diagnosis and Staging of Cancer
This article is devoted to cancer: methods of diagnosis, methods of treatment, possible complications, and methods of prevention are considered.
- Utilization of the Nursing Process in Cancer Treatment
Cancer has become the focus of public discussion over the past couple of decades due to the high mortality rates and the growing yearly incidence of the disease.
- Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment: Nursing Care
The healthcare system must develop effective treatment techniques for cancer patients, and nurses play a role of paramount importance in this process.
- Cervical Cancer Prevention
Cervical cancer prevention is particularly important, and one of the most effective strategies in this regard is routine screening.
- Brain Tumors: Classification and Causes
Brain tumors grow in the brain. When cells (either independently or due to the influence of a substance) grow massively and reproduce in an unexplainable way they form a tumor.
- Skin Cancer, Its Types and Prevention of It
Skin cancer has been the most common type of cancer over the years, with thousands of Americans being diagnosed with cancer every year.
- Palliative Care for Cancer Patients
This essay discusses palliative care for cancer patients at palliative care centers as opposed to caring at homes.
- Quality Improvement Initiative and Cancer Screening
The paper discusses screening for certain types of cancer. It helps to detect the disease early and increases the chances of successful treatment.
- Lung and Bronchus Cancer: Descriptive Statistics
Lung and bronchus cancer are among the common types of cancer affecting the US population. However, the rate of incidence of this disease has declined markedly from 2000 to 2015.
- Lung Cancer as a Result of Sensation Seeking
The article is related as the addiction to smoking leads to cancer and it shows the visual consequence of such addiction.
- An Overview of Cancer Disease
Cancer cells are also subdivided into primary and secondary tumors. The primary tumors refer to those swellings which develop at the initial stage
- Prostate Cancer: Review and Analysis
Prostate cancer’s risk factors are age, race, diet, and family history. Among the three features, age is considered as the number one risk factor.
- Breast Cancer - Causes, Symptoms and Treatment
This paper will discuss the pathology of breast cancer, especially among women, including its causes, diagnosis, treatment, and risk factors among other aspects.
- Breast Cancer: Gene Expression Methodologies
Cancer develops when there are DNA mutations, cataloguing such genes can lead to a better understanding of the disease and hence guide better development of therapy.
- Reducing the Incidence of Colorectal Cancer in Older Adults
The proposed study will highlight the best methods that can reduce the incidence of colorectal cancer in older adults.
- Approach to Care Cancer Diseases
In the article, the diagnosis, staging, complications, side effects, and the means of lessening the physical and psychological effects of cancer are illustrated.
- Prostate Cancer and Erectile Dysfunction
Prostate cancer is very well-spread in the United States. The statistics for this disease are very disturbing.
- The Characteristics of Breast Cancer
The death rate from breast cancer has decreased as the quality of medical care significantly improved that in turn has led to the earlier diagnosis of the disease in the early stages.
- Breast Cancer: Literature Review
Despite numerous studies of risk factors for breast cancer, its reasons still have not been determined definitively.
- Reducing the Colorectal Cancer Death Rate
Colorectal cancer has become very common among the aging poor Americans, especially those who are above 50 years.
- Risk Factors in the Development of Breast Cancer
This paper will address the risk of breast cancer in women as well as the ways in which WHI has helped to change menopause treatment in women.
- African American Women’s Experiences With Breast Cancer Screening
The study established that it is important for African American women to accept a holistic approach to health issues that are concerned with the testing of cancer.
- Medicare and Medicaid in the United States of America
Medicare and Medicaid are public-sponsored health programs in the United States of America. The following paper analyzes the differences between Medicaid and Medicare.
- African American Women’s Breast Cancer Screening
This article examines the screening of breast cancer among American women of African origin. The outcome is generalized to a large audience.
- Use of Medicinal Marijuana in Florida: Analysis
The rest of the instances that may require the use of medicinal cannabis, such as treatment of adolescent or adult cancer patients, are not covered by the Florida legislation.
- Oncology: Yeast and Cancer Cells
The FTIR analysis reveals that crystals resulting from the MA-MAEC technique are GSH-based. GSH was isolated in yeast for the first time in 1929.
- The Inflammatory Breast Cancer
Inflammatory breast cancer is regarded as one of the most severe types of cancer and accounts for about 5% of all breast tumors.
- The Rates of Lung and Bronchus Cancer Among Smoking Adults in the U.S.
Health education can help individuals learn about the dangers of smoking. The lack of knowledge of tobacco smoking and its contribution to cancer development has increased infections.
- Breast Cancer in Black American Women
Black women experience a higher death rate from breast cancer than their white counterparts or any other ethnic group in the United States.
- HPV Cancer Risks: PICOT Analysis
Although there have been campaigns to enlighten people about HPV cancer risks, most parents are still reluctant to encourage their kids to get three-dose vaccination.
- Epidemiology of Lung and Bronchus Cancer in the US
The paper states that lung cancer is the second most common type of cancer for both sexes. The most common cancer types for the two groups are gender-specific.
- Polymorphism-Mutations and Air Pollution as Risk Factors for Breast Cancer
Women might face the disease of breast cancer due to such factors as the pollution of the environment and MTHFR gene polymorphism-mutations.
- AIDS, Pneumonia, Sarcoma and Herpes in a Patient
The patient developed Kaposi Sarcoma (KS), an unusual type of cancer, due to the gradual depletion of CD4 cells.
- Management of Cancer Pain: Effectiveness of Pain Journal
The cancer patients need to keep a pain journal, which is a self-assessment tool in which a person records his or her pain sensations and their management.
- The Nursing Process in Cancer Treatment
The current paper aims to discuss some aspects of cancer treatment, and how it can be performed using the five stages nursing process.
- National Breast Cancer Coalition
The National Breast Cancer Coalition (2021) is an organization that advocates for the needs of patients with breast cancer and promotes education and nurse-patient dialogue.
- Analysis of the National Breast Cancer Coalition
The National Breast Cancer Coalition has sought to improve the current policies regarding managing patients' health needs by revisiting the obstacles.
- Identifying a Clinical Question
Although clinical guidelines may describe the standard practice, they do not, by themselves, set a standard of care for a particular patient.
- Evidence-Based Practice in Colorectal Cancer
Implementation of evidence-based methods in the treatment of colorectal cancer is an effective strategy for minimizing the risks of medical errors.
- Clinical Practice Guidelines for Colorectal Cancer Screening
Clinical practice guidelines for colorectal cancer screening gives clinicians a more comprehensive range of tests to choose from when treating colorectal cancer.
- The Study of Cancer: Colorectal Cancer
The paper presents the study of such a type of cancer as colorectal cancer. The probability of suffering from colorectal cancer is about 4%–5%.
- Colorectal Cancer: Evidence-Based Practice Intervention
The proposed intervention aims to raise public awareness regarding the importance of colorectal screening, especially among older adults.