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    The most common type of cancer in the United States is skin cancer. In most individual cases of cancer, exact cause is unknown, although most causes are linked to increased genetic susceptibility, lifestyle factors including diet, damage caused by infectious diseases and many more. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer for both men and women. Many characteristics can influence the development of cancer. Overexposure to the sun and trips to the tanning bed put someone at the risk of…

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    Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States among men and women. 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of their lifetime. A study showed that from 1970 to 2009, melanoma among women age 18-39 increased 800%. The use of tanning beds, bulbs, and other devices attributed to this. The skin is formed of two layers, the epidermis and dermis. The epidermis is made of squamous cells, basal cells, and melanocytes scattered throughout the basal cells. Melanocytes are…

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    prevention pathways and early detection the control of skin cancer. (Cancer, 2011) STRATAGY-1 In WHO (2002) cancer prevention disease should be a key component in all cancer control programs. The cancer prevention concentrates on components those increases a person’s chances of creating cancer, furthermore on elements that can reduce the risk of developing cancer. The skin cancer risk factors are various components that are known to increase the danger of skin cancer. In generally the dangerous…

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    Oral Cancer Oral Cancer falls in the same category as head and neck cancer. It is usually found in the front or floor of the mouth, or on the tongue. Survival rates of this type of cancer are good if it is detected early. Unfortunately, this type of cancer is hard to detect. The reason it is hard to detect is because the symptoms can go unnoticed. Who is at Risk? The people most at risk for developing oral cancer are tobacco users and alcohol users. If alcohol and tobacco are combined, the…

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    Understanding Genre and Purpose In Writing When writing any piece, the author has decided who the audience will be and the genre. The broad range of writing in discourse communities gives the paper a purpose. We all are aware the difference between reading a Dr. Seuss book, and an erotic novel. The purpose for each writing can be seen through several translations. Writing in the Sciences is very different than writing in the Humanities. The response the author anticipates differs from piece to…

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    Lynch Syndrome Essay

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    endometrial carcinomas can be expression of genetically inherited syndromes. Two main hereditary cancer syndromes are known that predispose to cancers occurring in the gynecological tract, namely Lynch and hereditary Breast and Ovary Cancer syndromes. Lynch syndrome is due to germline mutations in the MMR system, including MLH1, MSH2, MSH6 and PMS2 genes, and in EPCAM gene, that cause high microsatellite instability and increase the risk of endometrioid, clear cell and undifferentiated…

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    and it is reported as rare in children(Hirsch,2007). According to Neuromuscular junction in health and disease by N. P. Hirsch (2007), 50 percent of the cases are associated with small cell carcinoma of the bronchus (C-LEMS). Carcinoma of bronchus is also known as lung cancer or a lung carcinoma. A carcinoma is a cancer emerging from…

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    Pap Smear Research Paper

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    abnormalities cervical Pap smears has become a very important screening test. This screening test is a simple, inexpensive and reliable method for screening of female population which greatly reduces the morbidity and mortality associated with cervical carcinoma, if detected in its precancerous stage. The present study was conducted to investigate the efficacy of Pap test as initial screening test and confirm the diagnosis followed by gold standard histopathological evaluation in order to reveal…

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    symptoms of skin cancer, they are not always as plain to see. Since skin cancer has different types, the symptoms of skin cancer differ as well. One of the symptom that is related to Basal cell carcinoma is a pearly or waxy bump. Also, a flat, flesh-colored or brown scar-like lesion8. Squamous cell carcinoma may appear as a firm, red nodule or as a flat lesion with a scaly, crusted surface8. Finally, most often Melanoma can develop anywhere on your body. The main warning sign of melanoma is a…

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    second hand smoke, being exposed to certain toxic, etc. The most common cancer is the non-small cancer about 85% of people get this type. There three subtypes to the non-small cancer Adenocarcinoma, Squamous cell (epidermoid) carcinoma, and Large cell (undifferentiated) carcinoma. Adenocarcinoma grows on the outside of the lung. It is the most common out of the three non-small cell cancer. Adenocarcinoma grows slower then most cancer it is also found in current or former smoker. This cancer is…

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