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Transcript of Cancer
Those mutated Cells can be caused by smoking, inhaling gases (cigarettes, pipes, factories, gasoline, radon, asbestos etc), injuries, family history of Lung Cancer, and past or current diseases. Fortunately, this disease isn't contagious, because then most of us today would be affected already. If you want to lower your risk of Lung Cancer, don't smoke, don't second hand smoke, don't third hand smoke, and check your home for radon gas. It can pass through walls.
Short/Long Term Consequences
Short Term Consequences
Shortness of breath
Pain in the chest, shoulder, upper back, or arm
Coughing up blood
Repeated pneumonia or bronchitis
Swelling of face or neck
Cancer. A disease that is caused by a mutation malfunction in the cells. Those cells split up into two cells with the same wrong DNA. Wherever these mutated cells gather up, that’s where Cancer starts. Lung Cancer is when these mutated cells gather up around the lungs.
Long Term Consequences
system from the chemo
Nausea and vomiting
Dry, sore throat
Skin changes at the site
of the treatment
Loss of appetite
Metastasis of the cancer
to other organs
Cancer. A disease that is caused by a mutation malfunction in the cells. Those specific cells are called cancerous cells. Those cells split up into more cells with the same wrong DNA. Wherever these mutated cells gather up that is called a tumor, basically they take over that part of the body, and that’s where Cancer starts. Lung Cancer is when these mutated cells gather up around the lungs. Apparently, Lung Cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for everyone.
Where and When the research began?
The research began in universities, and colleges that are related to hospitals in 1961 Canada. That's because if they have a hospital near they can send the research found to hospitals for more cures. Also some hospitals have their own research centers. Around $4.5 billion have been spent on Cancer research already.
They are mostly occurring on hospital related or medical schools. Not only are students doing the research professional doctors and nurses come do it too.
Discover other cures or diseases
Find Valuable information
Job well done
More lives saved
Some obstacles were:
Not enough money
Not enough time
Not enough information
Not enough materials
Not enough knowledge
Unexplained weight loss
Nagging cough or hoarseness
Coughing up blood
Short of breath (wheezing)
Getting sick with pneumonia and bronchitis
Swollen neck and face
It can take away
your loved ones