Ethical Health Care Issues Ciera Butts HCS/545 November 18, 2013 Michael Taylor Ethical Health Care Issues According to Women’s Health Resource (2011) “breast cancer is a serious issue that will affect almost every women worldwide, either directly as someone diagnosed with cancer, or indirectly through the illness of a loved one”(Home, para. 1). Breast Cancer is found in women in their early twenties and thirties, in the United States. These individuals are more prone to breast cancer because she has a family history of breast cancer. In 2006, approximately 212, 920 new cases of invasive breast cancer were diagnosed in the United States (Women’s Health Resource, 2011).
Further, 79% of these “heavy antibiotics users” developed breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, one in twelve women will develop breast cancer at some time in her life. Of the numbers mentioned, which are parameters? A. 13% and 79% B.
Mammograms play a very important role in breast cancer detection and helps decrease breast caner deaths . Many woman begin mammograms at the age 40 and have them every one to two years. The goal of screening exams for breast cancer is to find cancer before they start to cause symptoms like a lump that can be felt. Breast cancer found during screening are more likely to be small and still confined to the breast. The size of the breast cancer and how far it has spread are some of the most important factors in the prognosis of a woman with this disease.
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Introduction This assignment will discuss how smoking cessation may be promoted in a hospital setting focusing on nurses’ interventions utilising Beatties health promotion model and referring to relevant health promotion approachs. It will identify opportunities and challenges to health promotion and include relevant literature and research. “In Ireland, 29% of the adult population are current smokers” HSE(2010). Smoking is the leading cause of preventable illness, disability and death in Ireland Asthma Society of Ireland (2010). Smoking is estimated to be the cause of approximately 7,000 deaths in Ireland each year, chiefly by illnesses such as lung cancer, heart disease, stroke and emphysema Department of Health and Children (2010).
career will be listed in this manual. I hope that you find this information very informative and helpful as you decide what your college plans are for your future. PROPOSAL Dear Julie Blair, Research shows that Breast Cancer kills four percent of our female population. Heart Disease leads the way with killing thirty three percent. Breast cancer awareness is so prominent and effects people in every culture.
About 11,000 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and 3600 will die. (Atkinson) Cervical Cancer is cancer of the cervix, the lower narrow part of the uterus. The uterus is hollow, pear-shaped organ where a baby grows during a women’s pregnancy. (Facts) Morton 2 Merck began marketing Gardasil in 2006 after the Food and Drug Administration approved it for females ages 9 to 26. The vaccine is the first of its kind to build immunity against two strains of HPV, which lead to 70% of cervical cancer cases in the United States.
According to the American Cancer Society, one in twelve women will develop breast cancer at some time in her life. Of the numbers mentioned, which are parameters? | A. 13% and one in twelve | | B. 79% and one in twelve | | C. 79% and 500 days | | D. 13% and 79% | | | 3) A sufficiently large coverage error will result in which of the following?