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    This posting urges the wisdom of having early mammograms even if the patient does not have a history of breast cancer in the family.

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    What the wisdom of having early mammograms if the patient does not have a history of breast cancer in the family.
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    INTRODUCTION - introduces the topic and describes or defines briefly the ideas that you are going to discuss in your essay.
    You may want to open the essay with an illustration or example to gain the audience's attention. You might want to create a ficticious character's name and discuss how she was reluctant to get a mammogram since she had no family history of cancer. However, after receiving a mammogram screening, a lump was detected.
    Show the importance of the topic through a catchy example or case study. You might also introduce the topic by connecting it to the media and how often we are bombarded with messages about mammograms to show the relevance of the issue.
    You may want to open the essay with an illustration or example to gain the audience's attention. You might want to create a fictious character's name and disucss how she was reluctant to get a mammogram since she had no family history of cancer. However, after receiving a mammogram screening, a lump was detected.
    Show the importance of the topic through a catchy example or case study. You might also introduce the topic by connecting it to the media and how often we are bombarded with messages about mammorgrams to show the relevance of the issue.

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    Although there is a common myth that only patients with family histories of breast cancer should receive mammograms, this assumption is misleading. In fact, new research shows that in most cases doctors "cannot identify a hereditary cause." http://www.imaginis.com/breasthealth/news/news10.30.01.asp. This essay explores the myths and truths surrounding breast cancer screening, discusses what mammograms are, and uncovers the wisdom of having early mammograms regardless of patients' family histories.

    Although there is a common myth that only paitents with family histories of breast cancer should receive mammograms, this assumption is misleading. In fact, new research shows that in most cases doctors "cannot identify a hereditary cause." http://www.imaginis.com/breasthealth/news/news10.30.01.asp. This essay explores the myths and truths surrounding breast cancer screening, discusses what mammorgrams are, and uncovers the wisdom of having early mammograms regardless of patients' faily histories.
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    However, women who have close relatives with breast or ovarian cancer do carry greater chances of developing these diseases.

    What is the problem and what is known about it so far?

    A mammogram is an x-ray test that looks for (screens) breast cancer at early stages, when it is most treatable. Mammography screening should begin by age 50; ...

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    The expert examines the importance of early mammograms for patients with a history of cancer in the family.

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