Objective: Cervical cancer is one of the most common malignancies among women. The present study aims to assess the risk factors for cervical cancer in women aged years. Methods: The current study was a case-control study. In total, 75 age matched cases and 75 controls were enrolled. In case group sampling technique was total enumeration.
Breast Cancer Case Study
Case Study: Cervical Cancer by Sarah Turck
Jen has always been curious about the vast bruises that keep on sprouting all over her body. They do not cause her any alarm, however, as they are not painful and just fades away over time. Jen also noticed that she is unusually pale and most often experienced episodes of dizziness to the point of fainting. Her gums bleed spontaneously, sometimes her nose does. Lately, she always feels fatigued and out of breath.
Cervical Cancer Case Study
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to identify and describe critical elements of women-centered care within the context of providing cervical screening to three ethnocultural groups in Canada: Asian, South Asian and First Nations. Methods: Data for this collective case study included open-ended interviews with purposive samples of women and key informants from each target group. Following thematic analysis, cross-case analysis was completed by comparing and contrasting issues and contextual factors influencing women's and providers' experiences. Results: Cervical screening services for each group were shaped by attention to ethnocultural values, women's desire for thorough explanations, and the importance of a comfortable setting.