Review breast cancer: a review of the literature rodney c richie, md, facp, fccp john o swanson, md this article presents a comprehensive review of the breast cancer literature examining epidemiology, diagnosis, pathology, ‘‘benign’’ breast disease, breast carcinoma in situ syndromes, staging, and post-treatment surveillance among many topics.
A review of breast cancer awareness among women in india: cancer literate or awareness deficit this study was conducted to assess the level of awareness about risk factors leads to breast cancer in indian women and healthcare professionals through literature review.
Breast cancer is a major public health concern among asian women as breast cancer is often diagnosed in advanced stages in younger women, mortality rates are frequently higher compared with rates in developed nations. Breast cancer in pregnancy is a clinically challenging situation for patients and their physicians a review of the literature was performed to help identify optimal treatment strategies. First, a review of the cancer survivorship literature was conducted in order to identify and summarize observational and interventional literature on cancer survivorship a search of the cancer survivorship literature was conducted using the pubmed and medline databases in march 2011, limited to original research with human participants published in english.
Hypothesis breast cancer in pregnancy will increase as more women postpone childbearing until later in life objective to review the literature on diagnosis, staging, treatment, and prognosis design and methods articles were obtained from medline (1966-present) using the keywords breast, cancer, carcinoma, and pregnancy. We conducted a qualitative review of the literature on breast cancer health outcomes across all phases of breast cancer care, including primary prevention, early detection, diagnosis, local treatment, adjuvant treatment, treatment of metastatic disease, survivorship, and the dying experience.
Purpose breast cancer in pregnancy is a clinically challenging situation for patients and their physicians a review of the literature was performed to help identify optimal treatment strategies.
Literature review department of communication studies literature review below is a review of literature on the uprising topic of employers using social media sites to screen current or potential employees also included is a synopsis of the issue of privacy awareness along with the potential invasion of privacy.