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Cancer

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The Impact of Technology on Health Care

There are a wide range of technological innovations that have fundamentally altered the field of health care. One such innovation is mammography. Mammography is a breast imaging method that involves the use of x-ray technology to create images of the breast and identify signs of breast cancer and other diseases....

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Learning Leukemia

The choice of topic for this paper results from the case of leukemia in my family. Leukemia was the cause of my grandfather’s death. Even though my grandfather was among lucky 5-year survivors of leukemia, he had to go through physical suffering as he contracted diabetes and lost 200 lbs...

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Leukemia

Leukemia is one of the most fear evoking forms of cancer in many ways because it is not fully understood by science or by the general populations. Like many forms of cancer, Leukemia has devastating and specific symptoms. Patients suffering from leukemia suffer swollen glands, frequent nosebleeds, pain, malaise, fever,...

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Leukemia Case Study

Leukemia is termed as a type of cancer that affects blood cells, mostly affecting white blood cells. The prime role of white blood cells is to protect the body from bacteria, fungal, virus and any other foreign substances from invasion. Although most of the white blood cells are produced by...

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Cancer In Women’s And Men’s Health

This essay discusses Prostate Cancer, its preventive services and treatment options. Prostate Cancer is very rampant in the United Kingdom as more than 40,000 men contract prostate cancer in America every year. The physiological changes associated with Prostate Cancer become recognizable when a person's prostate swells and affects his urethra....

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Does Calcium or Dairy Intake Affect the Risk of Prostate Cancer?

Prostate cancer is a common form of cancer in America and a major contributor to cancer-related deaths.1 Investigations into dietary risk factors of prostate cancer over the recent years have only identified few related factors. Several researchers concur that the consumption of dairy products, which is the main source of...

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Prostate Cancer: Clinical Problem

The objective of this work in writing is to examine the clinical problem of prostate cancer and to identify solutions proposed by journal authors to address this problem. The Google Scholar database will be searched for journal articles reporting on this issue. Prostate cancer is reported to be a disease...

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Colorectal Cancer

As the baby boomer generation has changed the face of elderly to the new middle aged adult, there are certain health factors that must be addressed in order to maintain that momentum. One of these health risks that are of great concern to those who are over the age of...

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Effects Of Melittin On Cancer Cells

In the pursuit of novel therapies for cancer, melittin has emerged as a potent possibility. Melittin is a peptide found in honey bee venom and has demonstrated a variety of biological and pharmacological applications (Jeong et al. 2014; Kohno et al. 2014). It has natural anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory properties...

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Thyroid Cancer

Cancer is a disease that will strike a large number of individuals. As such, it is important for a health care provider to understand the steps in its development. The annual incidence of thyroid cancer is approximately 60,000 cases. There are approximately 2,000 annual deaths from it. There are four...

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UV Rays and Skin Cancer – Xeroderma Pigment

Ultraviolet radiation is radiation that comes to the earth from the sun, in varying wavelengths that are shorter than the light we can see with the naked eye. The Skin Cancer Foundation reports that ultraviolet A or long-wave and ultraviolet B or shortwave rays can both produce damage in the...

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Breast Cancer

There is a growing awareness of breast cancer and early detection. It is still estimated that 40,000 people die yearly from this form of cancer. Significant studies and research has been concluded to find ties and potential prevention from this disease. This paper will analyze three different studies in attempts...

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Palliative Care

People, who work with adolescent have been paying increased attention to the problem of providing palliative care to children and adolescent. Palliative care is a complex of multidisciplinary services, which are provided to a person, who is seriously sick, regardless of the prognosis, regardless whether or not such a person...

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