Cervix Cancer Research





Cervix Cancer Research

The focus of this research is cervix cancer that is among the leading causes of death to women around the world. Cervix cancer means cancer that affects the cervix in women, which is the narrow part below the uterus, also referred to as the neck of the womb.

Research questions

  1. What is cervical cancer?
  2. What causes cervical cancer?
  3. What activities can increase the risk of developing cervical cancer?
  4. Is it possible to prevent cervical cancer from occurring?

Key Words

  1. Cervical cancer
    1. This key word was very important in understanding what cancer of the cervix means
    1. It also helped in identifying statistics that prove it is one of the leading causes of death among women worldwide
    1. Much of the basic information about cervix cancer were gotten through this search term, including symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and causes
  2. Causes
    1. This word was very important in identifying what result to cervical cancer. It helped identify Human Papillomavirus (HPV) as the main factor leading to cervical cancer
    1. This contributed to HPV as one of the key words in finding more information concerning how people contract it, which is through sexual intercourse. Subsequently, this led to identification of an important area for the research concerning cervix cancer and sexual intercourse
    1. However, not all were related to this research considering it provided very broad information without a lot of details
  3. Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
    1. This key word was quite important in finding out how HPV contributes to cervical cancer
    1. It also identified the relationship between sexual intercourse and cervical cancer, as well as the time it can take for them to develop into cancerous cells, normally 10 to 15 years, which explained why the cervical cancer is prevalent in women above 30 years of age


  1. BBC News (2009). Cervical Cancer Link to Early Sex. Retrieved from http://olinuris.library.cornell.edu/ref/research/webcrit.html 
    1. This is a website source, which appeared as an article in the BBC site.
    1. In this article, the author is the BBC, which makes its credibility high considering it is an international broadcasting company trusted by many people to provide truthful information and news
    1. Accuracy of information provided in this article is good because it draws from a study conducted by scientists and published in a medical journal
    1. It is not biased in any way considering it reports on the findings that were made by scientists who conducted the study on link between early sexual intercourse and cervical cancer
    1. The source is four years old, which mean it is still a relatively current finding
  2. Tarvenise, S. (2013, July 26). HPV Vaccine Not reaching Enough Girls, C.D.C. Says. The New York Times, pp. A15.
    1. The author is quite credible considering the article appeared in a newspaper. In addition, the article talk about lack of vaccine from HPV for young girls, which means it is not quite technical to require professional knowledge in cancer
    1. The information was accurate as it was collected from the organization that was served with the responsibility of supplying the vaccinations
    1. The publisher in this case is The New York Times, which is a trusted newspaper that has been around for quite a long time
    1. The author and publisher are not biased about the issue they are reporting considering no criticism is made. 
    1. The source is very current considering it was published a few months ago.
  3. Plummer, M., Peto, J., Franceschi, S., & International Collaboration of Epidemiological Studies of Cervical Cancer. (2012). Time since first sexual intercourse and the risk of cervical cancer. International Journal of Cancer, 130(11): 2638-44.
    1. This is a journal article in PubMed database
    1. The authors are very credible considering they are professionals in the field. In addition, an organization dedicated to epidemiological studies on the issue is part of the authors
    1. Accuracy of the information is proven because it is a peer reviewed article, which means its credibility and accuracy it first ascertained before it is published
    1. The publisher is credible especially because it is a journal that is dedicated to cervical cancer. In addition, its articles are peer reviewed, giving their credibility
    1. The authors and publisher are biased when it comes to subject selection considering only monogamous women were selected
    1. The source is current as it is only one year old.
  4. Tay, S. K. (2009). Cervical cancer: Its causes and prevention. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Editions.
    1. This is a book source
    1. The author is very credible because he is a professor in the medical profession, meaning he has all the knowledge about cervical cancer
    1. The information is accurate considering it is a primary source written by a professional
    1. the book is published by an international publisher, trusted by many professionals, which makes it more credible
    1. the author and publisher is not biased on the issue under question
    1. the source is still current because it is only 4 years old
  5. World Health Organization. (2013). Human Papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer. Retrieved from http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs380/en/
    1. This is a website source
    1. The author, who also happens to be the publisher is very credible considering it is an international organization served with health issues
    1. The information is very accurate considering it is a fact sheet gotten after thorough studies and examinations
    1. The author is not biased in anyway considering it is reporting facts that are proven before publication
    1. It is very current as it is about three months old since publication
  6. Schiffman, M., Wentzensen, N., Wacholder, S., Kinney, W.,  Gage, J.C. & Castle, P.E. (2011). Human Papillomavirus Testing in the Prevention of Cervical Cancer. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 103(5): 368-383.
    1. This is a journal article in the oxford database
    1. The authors are professionals in the medical area, which increases their credibility. In addition, multiple authors means more credibility
    1. The information is accurate considering it has been scholarly reviewed before publication
    1. The publisher in this article is the journal of national cancer institute that is credible on cancer publications
    1. The authors and publisher are not biased
    1. The article is still current since it was published three years ago

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