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MN505: Unit 2 Assignment Cancer Screening Directions Review

MN505: Unit 2 Assignment Cancer Screening Directions Review

the clinician provider guidelines and recommendations found at:http://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/clinicians-providers/guidelinesrecommendations/index.html

Imagine you are working in a clinic and need to screen a patient for one of the types of cancer listed below. While this is a preventative measure, it also can be a diagnostic tool for finding cancer.

● Prostate Cancer

● Breast Cancer ‘

● Cervical Cancer

Please select one screening methodology to rule out cancer. Your screening choice must come from the National Clearinghouse guidelines. You will need to provide evidence for each of the guidelines for your selection and apply it to a specific population. This paper should not exceed 2-3 pages, excluding your title page, and references. References should be within the last 6 years no later. 

This paper should adhere to appropriate 6th edition APA format.

DUE: to Dropbox on end of Day 7 of Unit 2.

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Introduction

Cancer screening is the checking that is done to detect any cancer in the body of a person before any symptoms are seen. The screening tests can help the find the cancer tissue that is abnormal and the physicians can then treat. Symptoms of cancer indicate that the cancer has already spread and this would make the cancer more difficult to treat. Screening tests can either be: physical exams, lab tests, imaging tests, or genetic tests. They can contain risks whereas others may cause serious damages in the body….

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