Female Preventive

Promoting Positive Health Behavior
Countless women do not take breast and cervical cancer seriously enough.   Breast cancer and cervical cancer one of the leading cause of death for women in the U.S., Even though cervical cancer is no longer the leading source of death for women screening is remain to be very important, breast cancer is now the second leading cause of death amongst women.   The CDC established the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP), which is low-cost or no cost program for disease specific in the Medicaid expansion based programs.  
The NBCCEDP was carry out when Breast and Cervical Cancer Mortality Prevention Act of 1990 passed in the hope of decreasing morbidity and mortality, under this Act subsidy for treatment was not sanction.   Although the problem for treatment was addressed, it was not until the Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Act of 2000 (BCCPTA) that treatment problem became resolvable, under the Act women diagnose with cancer was permitted access to treatment through Medicaid (CDC, 2015).   The program conceptual framework demonstrates its effectiveness when in 2014; the NBCCEDP “Screened 298,726 women for breast cancer with mammography and diagnosed 5,312 breast cancers.   Screened 179,533 women for cervical cancer with the Pap test and diagnosed 236 cervical cancers and 7,873 premalignant cervical lesions, of which 38% were high-grade” (CDC, 2015).  
For women early finding of cervical and breast cancer decreases the affliction of not knowing.   Screening lessens the amount of death and improves quality of life.   Every Women Matters is a government-sponsored program that provides the fees for office visits that are related to breast, pelvic, Pap tests and laboratory fees (Backer et al, 2005).   Mammography for age-appropriate individuals is covered under the program.   According to Backer et al (2005) Every woman Matters (EWM) is designed to remove barriers to preventive breast and...