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I. Introduction
a. Audience hook: Despite the widespread use of antiemetics, more than 70% of patients being treated with chemo therapy report experiencing nausea and vomiting. (Ryan, 2009)

b. Thesis Statement: Research suggests that adding Ginger to standard antiemetic regimens can decrease the incidence of nausea and vomiting in patients receiving chemotherapy. Less nausea and vomiting can improve the patients overall wellbeing.

c. Preview of main points:
i. Nausea continues to be reported by as many as 70 % of patients undergoing chemotherapy. This is despite the use of standard use of antiemetic medications. (Ryan, 2009) ii. Lingering and persistent nausea can affect overall quality of life as well as the patient’s overall health during chemo therapy. (Bloechel-Daum, Deuson, Mavros, Hansen, & Heretedts, September 20, 2006)
II. Nausea continues to be reported by as many as 70 % of patients undergoing chemotherapy

Show visual aid (Ryan, 2009)

The Phase II/III placebo-controlled, double-blind study included 644 cancer patients who would receive at least three chemotherapy treatments. They were divided into four arms that received placebos, 0.5 gram of ginger, 1 gram of ginger, or 1.5 grams of ginger along with standard antiemetics. (Ryan, 2009)
a. Patients took the ginger supplements three days prior to chemotherapy and three days following treatment. Patients reported nausea levels at various times of day during following their chemotherapy and those who took the lower doses had a 40 percent reduction.
b. Ginger is readily absorbed in the body and has long been considered a remedy for stomach aches

III Lingering nausea can impact a patient’s quality of life.
a. Nausea and vomiting must be controlled to maintain the patient's treatment and quality of life. (Bloechel-Daum et al., September 20, 2006)
b. It is very important to…...

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