Topic: Breast Cancer
Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience about breast cancer Pattern of Organization: Topical Order
A. Attention Grabber: I’m sure many of you know of or have heard of Giuliana Rancic. Well if not, she is a news anchor for the tv channel E! and often co-hosts red carpet events such as the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards. Giuliana is a very busy and successful woman and on top of everything that she juggles, last October she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Soon after finding out that Giuliana had cancer, she underwent a lumpectomy, which was unsuccessful in getting rid of all the cancer cells. Following that she was faced with a very painful surgery called a double mastectomy along with radiation treatment. B. Reveal Topic: Today I am going to explain to you what exactly breast cancer is, how to detect it as early as possible and what treatments are necessary if diagnosed with the cancer. C. Credibility Statement: My grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer and received treatments before I was born. Although she was lucky enough to have it removed completely, there is still a risk of going into remission. D. How topic relates to audience: According to the American Cancer Society, Breast cancer is the most common cancer and affects 1 in 8 women. E. Preview of main points: Today I’ll discuss: What breast cancer actually is, how to detect the early stages of the cancer and if cancer is detected, what procedures/treatments will most likely take place. [Transition: The first thing that I would like you to know about breast cancer is what exactly it is.]
A. Main Point 1: What breast cancer is, is a group of cancer cells (malignant tumor) that starts in the cells of the breast. 1.
Breast cancer is the second leading cause in the death among women and as previously stated, occurs in as many as 1 in 8 women. 2.
The cancer tumors can be categorized in stages by the size, type of cells and the...
Bibliography: National Breast Cancer Foundation, INC. NBCF, 2012. Web. 13 Oct. 2012.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month. American Cancer Society, 2012. Web. 14 Oct. 2012.
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