advantages and disadvantages of cytological preparations for the clinical investigation of disease 1) Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of cytological preparations for the clinical investigation of disease and describe their use in: a) The screening of cervical samples b) The investigation of non-gynaecological malignancies c) The investigation of gynaecological malignancies 2) Discuss the investigation and prevention of cervical cancer, with reference to the use of liquid based cytology for the preparation of clinical gynaecological samples From lecture 3 answer: Describe the normal structure and function of the prostate gland and discuss the diagnosis of prostate cancer. From lecture 4 answer : Describe the structure of the normal female breast and discuss: A) The pathology of the breast with particular reference to breast cancer. B) The importance of receptor assays in determining the most relevant forms of treatment for breast cancer patients. C) The relevance of testing the tissue samples of all breast cancer patients for hormone receptor and human epidermal growth factor receptor-2 (HER2) expression