Ovarian Cancer

 This assignment is designed to assess your ability to research, analyze, and discuss topics involving human biology. After completing this assignment, you will have a better understanding on how to find and use research sources, including scientific literature. You will also develop your critical thinking skills as you evaluate your evidence to form knowledgeable viewpoints. You will learn to use proper format and cite sources both in text as well as in a works cited page. Lastly, you will develop your ability to write in a clear, concise, and well-organized manner while gaining knowledge on ovarian cancer. Properly cite at least 4 “good” sources Information must be clear, concise, accurate, and well-organized Sources: You will be responsible for reading and utilizing at least 4 good sources in your paper. Sources used must be cited both in text and in a works cited page to avoid plagiarism. At least one source used must either an original research paper or review paper. Scientific articles can sometimes be hidden behind a paywall, so try to use either the library’s databases, or use Google Scholar. Other sources may be from other reputable secondary sources, such as the American Heart Association or books published on the topic. Information found from .gov or .edu sites is generally reliable as well. When reading these sources, make sure to look for recent articles. Older articles may be outdated and no longer accurate. Avoid collective sites such as Wikipedia or WebMD. Avoid personal websites, blogs, or opinion-based articles. Personal anecdotes (stories) are not acceptable either. Sources such as these do not necessarily include scientific data, may be outdated, and may contain inaccurate or misleading information. All of these are unreliable sources and cannot be included in your works cited.