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The Fault in Our Stars – book citations need to reference scholar citation belows.

For this class, you will be required to write a 5-6 page paper over medical and social issues presented in a book that you selected.

Major Paper Writing Guidelines:

Submit your paper in Microsoft Word format. Other formats will not be accepted.
Must use ASA citation style. ASA stylebooks are readily available at bookstores and at the library. Information about the ASA style may be found on the American Sociology Association website. Reference section is required at end of paper (not included in page length requirement of paper)
Paper should be 5 to 6 pages long, not including cover or reference section (that means no less than 5 pages and no more than 6 pages).
Use Time New Roman, 12 font, double space with 1 inch margins.
Do not skip an extra space between the paragraphs. Only put one space after periods. Do not justify align the paper.
On the cover page: the first line put a title; next line, put your name; next line, put course name and section; next line, put the date,
My outline and scholar citations below & need 3 citations from the book to reference also:

The
Fault in Our Stars

Living
with a Terminal Illness Outline

1. Definition
of terminal illness

a. Definition
thyroid cancer and causes of thyroid cancer

b. Statistics
of thyroid cancer (by gender and race)

2. Treatment
and Curable

a. Thyroid
cancer prevention and treatment

b. Is
thyroid cancer curable?

3. Social
Effects

a. Did
health insurance help or hinder patient?s prognosis?

b. Barrier
of ?otherness?

Cabanillas, Maria E, Dr, McFadden,
David G, MD, & Durante, Cosimo, MD. (2016). Thyroid

cancer. The Lancet
(British Edition), 388(10061), 2783-2795.

LeClair, Karissa, Katy J. L. Bell,
Luis Furuya-Kanamori, Suhail A. Doi, David O. Francis, and

Louise
Davies. 2021. ?Evaluation of Gender Inequity in Thyroid Cancer Diagnosis: Differences by Sex in US Thyroid Cancer
Incidence Compared With a Meta-Analysis of Subclinical Thyroid Cancer Rates at
Autopsy.? JAMA Internal Medicine 181(10):1351?58. doi:
10.1001/jamainternmed.2021.4804.

Limberg, J., Stefanova, D.,
Thiesmeyer, J., Ullmann, T., Bains, S., Finnerty, B., . . . Beninato, T.

(2021).
Association of medicaid expansion of the Affordable Care Act with the stage at
diagnosis and treatment of papillary thyroid cancer: A
difference-in-differences analysis. The American Journal of Surgery, 222(3),
562-569.

Lubitz, C., Kong, C., McMahon, P.,
Daniels, G., Chen, Y., Economopoulos, K., . . . Weinstein,

M.
(2014). Annual financial impact of well-differentiated thyroid cancer care in
the United States. Cancer, 120(9), 1345-1352..

Smith, S., Eatough, V., Smith, J.,
Mihai, R., Weaver, A., & Sadler, G. (2018). ?I know I’m not

invincible?:
An interpretative phenomenological analysis of thyroid cancer in young people.
British Journal of Health Psychology, 23(2), 352-370.

Wang, T., & Sosa, J. (2018).
Thyroid surgery for differentiated thyroid cancer ? recent

advances and future directions.
Nature Reviews. Endocrinology, 14(11), 670-683.

Youssef, M., Reisner, A., Attia, A.,
Hussein, M., Omar, M., LaRussa, A., . . . Kandil, E. (2021).

Obesity
and the prevention of thyroid cancer: Impact of body mass index and weight
change on developing thyroid cancer ? Pooled results of 24 million cohorts.
Oral Oncology, 112, 105085.