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Faculty of Information Management

MARA University of Technology

Diploma in Information Management


IMD 101: Information Skills

Breast Cancer:
An Annotated Bibliography

Prepared by:
Nur Syahidah binti Mohd Daud
2007113949
ISD1E2

Prepared for:
En. Nor Ezan bin Omar

Date of submission:
18 March 2008
Breast Cancer:
An Annotated Bibliography

Prepared by:
Nur Syahidah binti Mohd Daud

Faculty of Information Management


UiTM Johor

18 March 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I

PART A (Introduction)
Introduction 1-3
Bibliography 4-5

PART B (Annotated Bibliography)

1. PRINTED MATERIALS
Book 6
Reference Work ( Encyclopedia ) 7
Newspaper 8
Magazine article 9
Journal article 10

2. NON PRINTED MATERIALS


Videocassette 11
Interview 12
Television programmed 13

3. ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
3.1 Online Database 14
3.2 Internet 15
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Assalamualaikum w.b.t…

First of all I want to thank Allah Almighty for giving me a chance to accomplish
this assignment. This assignment gives me a lot of information about how to search
certain information using all the materials.

Secondly I want to give my appreciation to En. Nor Ezan Omar for his kindness
gives me guidance and help to make this project. Without him I cannot successfully finish
this assignment.

I also want to give my appreciation to both of my parents for giving me morale


support to finish this project. For my friends thank you so much for your help and
support.

Lastly, thanks a lot to the people who give me a lot of inspiration and morale
support for encourage me to finish this assignment An Annotated Bibliography.

Wassalam..

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ABSTRACT

The Annotated Bibliography discusses the topic “Breast Cancer”. Information containing
this topic become from three types of materials. There are printed materials, non printed
materials and electronic materials.

Printed materials are the print format uses paper. As example, the Annotated Bibliography
did from the book, reference work such as encyclopedia, newspaper, magazines and
journal articles.

Besides that, the non printed materials are the materials are the materials that need us to
watch and listen only. As example that including an Annotated Bibliography is cassette,
interview, and also television programmed.

Lastly are the electronic materials. Electronic formats use a computer to deliver
information. Electronic materials include online database and website.

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INTRODUCTION

Worldwide, breast cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer death. As we all
know, breast cancer is the most common cause of cancer death. Breast cancer is a
malignant cell growth in the breast. Excluding cancers of the skin, breast cancer is the
most common type of cancer in women in the United States, accounting for one of every
three cancer diagnoses.

An estimated 211,240 new invasive cases of breast cancer were expected to occur among
women in the United States during 2005. About 1,690 new male cases of breast cancer
were expected in 2005. The incidence of breast cancer rises after age 40. The highest
incidence occurs in women over age 50.

In addition to invasive breast cancer, 58,590 new cases of breast cancer are expected to
occur among women during 2005. Of these, approximately 88% will be classified as
ductile carcinoma in situ (DCIS). The detection of DCIS cases is a direct result of the
increased use of mammography screening. This screening method is also responsible for
detection of invasive cancers, at a less advanced stage than might have occurred
otherwise.

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For the information, breast cancer common in United States, Canada and the European
countries as it is in the United Kingdom. But in Far East, particularly Japan and also other
Latin American countries are rare detected. The causes of breast cancer stills remain a
mystery but a number of factor appear to have some influence. 4 out of 5 women with
breast cancer consult their doctor with symptom suggesting breast cancer.

There are some particular factors that put woman at higher risk of breast cancer such as
aging, genetic factor, ionizing radiation and etc. The symptoms of breast cancer are lump
in the breast, pain in the breast and nipple discharge. But today with the new technology,
there is a lot of treatment to avoid this cancer for instance radiotherapy, chemotherapy
and many kinds of treatment that available.

Keyword: Breast cancer, woman, cancer death, mammography, chemotherapy

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Baum, Michael. (1981). Breast Cancer the Facts. New York: Oxford University
Press.

Bodley Scott, Ronald . (1979). Cancer the Facts. New York: Oxford University
Press.

Surin, Jacqueline Ann. (2003, April 13). Breast cancer affects men, too.
Sunday Star, 10.

Breast cancer. (2003). Family health encyclopedia: The comprehensive guide to


the whole family’s health needs. London: Lorenz Books, 153.

Aschwanden, Christie. (2003, August). Knowledge is your best protection.


Health, 137- 141.

Lewis, Sarah., White, Craig A. & Dorris, Liam. (2005). Psychosocial care
within a multidisciplinary breast cancer team. Clinical Governance: An International
Journal. 10(4), 304-307.

Gradishar, William. (2003, December 4). Interviewed by Dick Foley. Chicago:


Robert H. Lurie Cancer Center.

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Department of Nursing, College of Health Professions, Wichita State University.
(producer). (1992). Breast Self-Examination for Woman Past Fifty [Videocassette].
Chapel Hill (NC): Health Sciences Consortium.

Williams, Tracy,. Clarke, Valerie A. & Savage, Sally. (2002). Women’s


perception of familial aspect of breast cancer. Emerald Intelligence Periodical
Abstract Plus. Retrieved March 4, 2008, from Emerald Intelligence on the World
Wide Web. <http://www.emeraldinsight.com>

Stoppler, Melissa Conrad. Breast Cancer. Retrieved March. 7, 2008,


From the World Web Wide: http://www.medicinet.com/breast_cancer/article.html

Cover Shot. (2008, March. 16). Discovery Home & Health. Astro. Wilayah
Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur: MEASAT Publications Sdn. Bhd.

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1. PRINTED MATERIALS

1.1 BOOK

• APA

Baum, Michael. (1981). Breast cancer the facts. New York: Oxford
University Press.

• MLA

Baum, Michael. Breast cancer the facts. New York: Oxford University Press,
1981.

Description:
In this book, it touches on the history of breast cancer that has been discovered since the
times of the ancient Egyptian. It also talks about the risk factors of breast cancer, the
symptoms, diagnosis and the treatment that particular about breast cancer. This book
contain about whole issue about breast cancer.

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1.2 REFERENCE WORK

• APA

Breast cancer. (2003). Family Health Encyclopedia: The comprehensive


guide to the whole family’s health needs. London: Lorenz Books, 153.

• MLA

“Breast cancer.” Family Health Encyclopedia London: The comprehensive guide to


the whole family’s health needs Lorenz Books, 2003: 153.

Description:
In this reference work, it touches on the introduction of breast cancer. As we know,
breast cancer is more common female cancer. There are some particular factors that
put woman at higher risk of breast cancer such as aging, a family history of the
condition, obesity. It also includes the symptoms and treatment of breast cancer.

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1.3 NEWSPAPER ARTICLE

• APA

Surin, Jacqueline Ann. (2003, April 13). Breast cancer affects men, too.
Sunday Star, 10.

• MLA

Surin, Jacqueline Ann. “ Breast cancer affects men too”. Sunday Star
13 April 2003: 10.

Description:
In this newspaper article, it touches the unawareness men in Malaysia about breast
cancer. The article is also touch about it is far easier for men to detect the growth in
men’s breast than women.

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1.4 MAGAZINE ARTICLE

• APA

Aschwanden, Christie. (2003, August). Knowledge is your best protection.


Health, 137- 141.

• MLA

Aschwanden, Christie. “Knowledge is your best protection.” Health.


August 2003: 137-141.

Description:
In this magazine article, it touches on eight of the most common breast cancer myths.
Women are more fear breast cancer than they do heart disease, which kills 12 times as
many women annually.

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1.5 JOURNAL ARTICLE

• APA

Lewis, Sarah., White, Craig A. & Dorris, Liam. (2005). Psychosocial care
within a multidisciplinary breast cancer team. Clinical Governance: An International
Journal. 10(4), 304-307.

• MLA

Lewis, Sarah., White, Craig A. & Dorris, Liam. “Psychosocial care within a
multidisciplinary breast cancer team.” Clinical Governance: An
International Journal. 10(4): 304-307.

Description:
In this journal, it touches on the roles of breast cancer team in identify the range of
psychosocial. Based on the sources, psychosocial distress occur the people who have
cancer. The breast cancer team has made several studies about some of the
correspondent with the psychological care.

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2. NON PRINTED MATERIALS

2.1 vIDEOCASSETTE

• APA

Department of Nursing, College of Health Professions, Wichita State


University. (producer). (1992). Breast Self-Examination for Woman Past Fifty
[Videocassette]. Chapel Hill (NC): Health Sciences Consortium.

• MLA

Department of Nursing, College of Health Professions, Wichita State University.


(producer). Breast Self-Examination for Woman Past Fifty. Videocassette.
Chapel Hill (NC): Health Sciences Consortium, 1992.

Description:
In this videocassette, it touches on the increase risk to have breast cancer among
woman in mideighties. It is important for the older woman to do self-breast
examination for the early detection. It is also demonstrated the procedures for doing a
breast-self examination, showing the exam performed in three positions: standing in
front of mirror, sitting and reclining.

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2.2 INTERVIEW

• APA

Gradishar, William. (2003, December 4). Interviewed by Dick Foley. Chicago:


Robert H. Lurie Cancer Center.

• MLA

Gradishar, William. Interviewed by Dick Foley. Chicago: Robert H.


Lurie Cancer Center. 4 December 2003.

Description:
In this interview they have discussed on the current treatment for the early stage of
breast cancer. It also touches on the process of early stages for someone who has
breast cancer. For example they must do mammography. Based on the early
treatment, they will indicate the stage of breast cancer and find a way to treat the
cancer at the first stage.

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2.3 TELEVISION PROGRAMMED

• APA

Cover Shot. (2008, March. 16). Discovery Home & Health. Astro.
Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur: MEASAT Publications Sdn. Bhd.

• MLA

Cover Shot. Discovery Home & Health. Astro. Wilayah Persekutuan,


Kuala Lumpur : MEASAT Publications Sdn. Bhd, 16 March 2008.

Description :
In this television programmed, it touches on the documentary of an inspirational
woman, Natalie who has learning to develop new relationship with her body since
recovering from an aggressive case of breast cancer.

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3. ELECTRONIC SOURCES
3.1 Online database

• APA

Williams, Tracy., Clarke, Valerie A. & Savage, Sally. (2002). Women’s


perception of familial aspect of breast cancer. Emerald Intelligence Periodical
Abstract Plus. Retrieved March 4, 2008, from Emerald Intelligence on the World
Wide Web: <http://www.emeraldinsight.com>

• MLA

Williams, Tracy., Clarke, Valerie A. & Savage, Sally. Women’s perception of


familial aspect of breast cancer. MCP UP Ltd 2002. 50-59. Emerald
Intelligence Periodical Abstract Plus. Emerald Intelligence Direct
UiTM Johor. 4 March 2008. <http://www.emeraldinsight.com>

Description:
In this online database, it touches on women understanding or perception about breast
cancer. The studies covered issues about breast cancer risk factors, understanding of
breast cancer and a history of breast cancer risk factors. The paper concludes that by
suggesting developing sources for those which have familial history of breast cancer.

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3.2 internet

• APA

Stoppler, Melissa Conrad. Breast Cancer. Retrieved March. 7, 2008, From


the World Web Wide: http://www.medicinet.com/breast_cancer/article.html

• MLA

Stoppler, Melissa Conrad. “Breast Cancer.” March. 7, 2008,


<www.medicinet.com/breast_cancer/article.html>.

Description:
In this internet, it touches on the introduction of breast cancer. Breast cancer is
common cause cancer in woman and second death in U.S. It also touches on the
symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and the information that woman should know about
breast cancer.

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