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INSTRUCTIONS ATTACHED Written Assignment: Article Summary Article Summary—summarize current event article of a specific type of cancer

INSTRUCTIONS ATTACHED

Written Assignment: Article Summary

Article Summary—summarize current event article of a specific type of cancer treatment or medication. 

Instructions:

Prepare a written response to the prompt using a word processor. Please save your file in .doc or .docx format. Your response should be complete and should comply with APA writing requirements.

*Students are encouraged to visit the following website before completing writing assignments. Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL): 

to an external site.

· Find a current event article (
not webpage definition, Wikipedia, WebMD, etc.) published within the last year related to a specific type of cancer treatment

· Write a 1-page summary (double spaced, 12 pt font) demonstrating your understanding of the article in your own words

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