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Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013
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Lung cancer nassim jalal touil 27 feb2013

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  • Very good presentation...grammar was not checked for accuracy and the end slide Kevin would have had a longer life with his 'son and wife' but the first slide says 'daughter'?
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  • 1. What is Cancer?Cancer is an abnormal cell differentiation that would invadedifferent tissues forming mass tissue called ‘’Tumor’’.Lung cancer develop in the cells lining air passages. Wecan distinguish two types:• Small cell lung cancer.• Non-small cell lung cancer.
  • 2. His name was Kevin …He died of lung Cancer at 33 years old.Left a cryingMother and Kid Credit to Oscar Boivin
  • 3. Kevin knew he was at high risk of lung cancer as hehad high genetic susceptibility, his father died of lungcancer. Credit to Alain zwijski
  • 4. Kevin use to smoke about two cigarettes packs a day despite knowing the possible consequences …. Credit to Alain zwijski
  • 5. Kevin demonstrated shortness of breath while exercising Credit toJoaquim B Madrenila
  • 6. He later suffered from shoulder, chest and arm pain Credit toDani Rozenberg
  • 7. Kevin’s cough was more frequent because oftobacco and he developed repeated bronchitis and pneumonia. Credit to Oliver J. Ubeda
  • 8. Smoke started to damage his lungs, and slowly atumor masse started to settle and grow within his lungs. Source: Encognitive.com
  • 9. Further, malignant Cancer cell spread through blood all over the body forming metastasis and Kevin realized it was serious ... Source:
  • 10. Knowing his genetic susceptibility, Kevin should have kept away from secondhand smoke Credit to Alyson K Moore
  • 11. Including antioxidants to Kevien’s diet could have increased his life expectancy … Credit to Christina Ladau
  • 12. Abstaining from tobacco smoking, sometimesassociated with alcohol drinking could have saved Kevin’s life Source: cigarettestime.com
  • 13. Had Kevien quit smoking, regularly checked hislungs, he would have lived a long and a happy life with his son and wife. Credit to Lara Antel

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