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By Giselle J. Moore-Higgs, Lois A. Almadrones, Beth Colvin Huff, Lynn M. Gossfeld

ISBN-10: 0585248788

ISBN-13: 9780585248783

ISBN-10: 0867207140

ISBN-13: 9780867207149

Ladies and melanoma developed from the Society of Gynecologic Nurse Oncologists' annual workshop, which gives skilled nurses the chance to percentage wisdom and abilities in addition to talk about the exact wishes of ladies with melanoma. each one bankruptcy used to be constructed in any such demeanour that nurses within the outpatient health facility or place of work, on the bedside, and in a sophisticated perform position have a reference that addresses the explicit wishes of this sufferer inhabitants.

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Pace, RN, DSN, MDiv, ANP 579 Index 600 Page vii Preface In 1979, Richard Boronow, MD, suggested establishing a nursing organization to foster education and communication among nurses interested in gynecologic oncology. With the commitment of ten dedicated nurses, the Society of Gynecologic Nurse Oncologists was established the same year. The first symposium was held in Colorado in 1982. From these small beginnings, the SGNO has grown to become an international organization. The Society is a nonprofit organization of registered nurses dedicated to the advancement of patient care, education, and research in the field of gynecologic oncology.

American Cancer Society Guidelines for Early Detection of Breast and Gynecologic Cancer in Asymptomatic Women Test or procedure AgeFrequencyBreast Self-Exam20 & overEvery monthBreast Clinical Exam2040 >40Every 3 years Every yearMammography*4049 50 & overEvery 12 years Every yearPap TestSexually active (or age 18)Annual Pap test. Pelvic Exam1840 >40Every 13 years with Pap test Every yearEndometrial Tissue SampleAt menopause if at high risk**At menopause & thereafter at discretion of physician* Screening mammography should begin by age 40.

The length of oral contraceptive use did not seem to be associated with increased risk. However, a slightly increased risk seemed to be associated with women diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 45 who used oral contraceptives for more than ten years. 24,25,36,37 Use of estrogens after menopause has also been the subject of many studies, with often contradictory results. One meta-analysis38 indicated an increased risk of less than 10% from use of postmenopausal estrogen therapy, and this risk had questionable statistical significance.

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