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    Cervical cancer is an abnormal growth of cells out of the cervix. This cancer is generally caused during a sexual intercourse by a virus, human papillomavirus (HPV). Others factors such as smoking, HIV, long time birth control pills (five years or more), several sexual partners can increase the risk of cervical cancer (CDC, 2014). A Pap test can detect cervical cancer in its early stage. Different studies have found that the prevalence of cervical cancer is high among immigrant Vietnamese women around the world. In the United States, Vietnamese American women show the highest rate of cervical cancer compared to all other ethnic groups. The cause of this disparity is perhaps the low rate of Pap test among the community (Taylor, Nguyen, Jackson, and McPhee, 2008). In this paper, we will discuss the best ways to promote Pap test, other screening procedures, and health among Vietnamese women. Vietnamese Americans Vietnamese Americans are Vietnamese descent. Their immigration in the U.S. took place mainly during the Vietnam War. They represent the fourth largest Asian group. As a minority group, Vietnamese Americans experience poverty or language barrier like other minority…

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    Cervical Cancer Prevention for Hispanic Americans This paper will discuss the Hispanic culture and their health care beliefs on illnesses, prevention, cultural health practices, how they view traditional healthcare system, and the prevalence of cervical cancer in Hispanic women. It will also discuss how Hispanics financial status, their understanding of the English language, and their lower level of education all hinder the choices they make regarding their healthcare (Roncancio, Ward,…

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    qualified providers, VIA with cryotherapy and LEEP are not associated with excess harm; thus, they are an acceptable alternative to other more expensive tests and treatments for cervical cancer [19]. Through the analysis of these 19 articles, five (5) major themes have been elucidated for implementation or strengthening of cervical cancer prevention services. Travel - Problems Addressed: Women are less satisfied if they travel long distances, don't have a scheduled appointments, or wait an…

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    a link between Human Papilloma Virus and Cervical cancer? Human papilloma virus (HPV) is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases. ‘Centers for diseases control and prevention’ states that almost all sexually active people get the virus at some point in their lives. According to the ‘Cervical Cancer topic overview’ done by webMD cervical cancer is “when abnormal cells of the cervix grow out of control.” About HPV HPV is spread by having either vaginal, anal or oral sex with an…

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    diseases like cervical cancer, Brest cancer, UTI, Skin cancer and so on. Cervical cancer is the most common cancer for affecting women’s. New Zealand HPV Immunisation Programme is the impending long term to avoid cervical cancer for two women every week, saving over thirty lives every year. From New Zealand nearly one hundred and sixty women are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year and sixty women die from it. Maori women are almost double as likely to get cervical cancer and almost three…

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    Introduction: Cervical cancer is a disease in which cancer cells form in the tissue of the cervix. Cervical cancer develops slowly over time, before the cancer shows in the cervix the cells of the cervix goes through changes like dysplasia. Meaning abnormal cells begin to appear in the cervical tissue. After a while the abnormal cells become cancer cells, and then they start to spread all over the cervix. Cervical cancer begins in cells on the surface of the cervix, it can become a threat to…

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    higher rate by Indo Americans Cervical Cancer Indian Americans women have higher rates of cervical cancer compared with all other races in the United States. Cervical cancer is a malignant tumor of the cervix. If the cancer is not treated it can spread deeply though the cervix and can be fatal. Work cited: Watson, M., Benard, V., Thomas, C., Brayboy, A., Paisano, R., & Becker, T. (2014). Cervical Cancer Incidence and Mortality Among American Indian and Alaska Native Women, 1999-2009. American…

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    What Is Cervical Cancer?

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    Cervical Cancer occurs when abnormal cells on the cervix grow out of control. The cervix is the lower part of the uterus that opens into the vagina. It is known to be the most common cancerous conditions in women worldwide. Mostly around United States, and other countries around the world are generally screened for cervical cancer. If routinely checked the cancer is not so common, and may be successfully treated if detected early. A pap test is known to be more effective in finding cervical…

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    Essay On Cervical Cancer

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    Cervical Cancer Cervical cancer is when the cells begin to spread out of control in the cervix area. It grows in the body of the uterus. However, the cervix connects with the body of the uterus to the vagina during the birth canal. There may be no symptoms. Mostly women inherit cervical cancer from a family member. We will discuss the causes, symptoms, risk factors and treatments. The development from your parents is what people inherit and the DNA that is divided by parents are oncogenes.…

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    Scientists were trying to find things that cause cervical cancer. Scientists started observing women’s lifestyles with and without cervical cancer. Observed how married women were developing cervical cancer more exclusively than women of the convent. The interesting difference led researchers to believe that since the main difference between married women and nuns was sex; it was theorized that whatever was causing cervical cancer might be a sexually transmitted disease. Even their own theory…

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