Lung Cancer - than nonsmokers but it has been found that it really does not matter as second hand smoke can also cause lung cancer When you have

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Lung Cancer There are many lives that arte touched by lung cancer. Lung cancer itself is the number one issuer of cancer deaths in the United States. It does not discriminate it affects both men and women. Let’s explore what are some of the factors that could cause cancer. Cancer is millions of years old the ancient Greeks referred to it as karcinos it is said that dinosaurs had it and even cavemen remains have been discovered to have had cancer. After all the research doctors are still at a loss of what actually causes it. Radiation has been known to contribute to causing cancer along with cigarettes and many other carcinogens that exist in our world today. Lung cancer can affect anyone no one person can say I will never get cancer as this type of cancer has any friends it is said smokers can get the disease more easily
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Unformatted text preview: than nonsmokers but it has been found that it really does not matter as second hand smoke can also cause lung cancer. When you have ling cancer you have a variety of symptoms such as pain in the shoulders that may or may not radiate to your outer arm, your vocal chords can also be paralyzed as well this could be an indicator that the cancer has spread to your esophagus. Many things have been done in the research field to help figure out the why’s and how comes of lung cancer. The lung cancer research foundation was formed in 2005 by Laurie Wilson to help with research and in aiding families who have been hit with this disease. Hopefully further research will one day give us a real treatment and cause of this dreaded disease....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course HCA 240 taught by Professor Agnessamaniego during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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