A pulmonologist is about to give a presentation to a community about the impacts of tobacco agriculture and
production to the farmers and producers. He plans to inform them that tobacco farmers and makers, although
they are nonsmokers, have an increased risk of lung cancer and other respiratory illnesses due to their exposure
to tobacco leaves.
As he gathers information about his audience, he discovers that 40 percent of his future listeners rely on tobacco
farming and manufacturing for their main source of income. What should he do? Justify your answer.
Drop the information about the impact of tobacco to their health to avoid offending the listeners.
Mention the issue but downplay it and recommend that listeners do research and decide for themselves.
Keep the information and emphasize studies about the harm caused by exposure to tobacco leaves and
recommend a solution for the problem.
In this case, I think that a pulmonologist should keep the information and emphasize studies about the harm