1) For women who are post-menopausal diagnosed with breast cancer, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and others do not recommend genetic testing in the absence of other risk factors. Do you agree with this recommendation? Provide evidence to support your answer.
2) There has been much controversy with the PSA test in determining a disease that may never become harmful in a man’s lifetime. For men, should the PSA (Prostate-Specific Antigen) be used to screen for prostate cancer? Provide evidence to support your answer.
3) In 2002, there was a change in the naming of kidney disease as chronic kidney disease with stages. Do you think this has caused more people to be labelled as having disease or has caused improved recognition of disease? Provide evidence to support your answer.
Instructions: Choose only 1 of the 3 topics of your choice. Include in-text citations, includes practical applications tips, examples from practice, and have 1 scholarly peer reviewed journal reference no older than 5 years old with DOI hyperlink (not a book)