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   uncontrolled cell growth   most common cause of cancer    related deaths.   About 1.3 million people die    each year.
•   One lung affected and notthe other.•Many areas of the lungs canbe affected.
•Small-cell lung carcinoma•Non-small-cell lung carcinoma• For the non-small-cell lung it isnecessary to make a surgery and...
•Exchange gasses between the air webreath and our blood.• Through the lungs the carbon dioxideis removed from the bloodstr...
•shortness of breath•coughing up blood•chest pain or pain in the abdomen•weight loss, fatigue, and loss of appetite•hoarse...
•Cigarettes   have more than 60carcinogens•Nicotine   makes your body work slower•Depends    on how much you smoke
•Nuclear PowerPlants•Excess Radiation
Viral infectionParticulate mattersDrug use
•Chemotherapy•Surgery•RadiotherapyNew Method:•Palliative Care
•No Smoking•Prevent chemicals,dust , others•No second handsmokers
Lorraine Williamson, who was diagnosed with lung cancer whenshe was 46.The pain in my shoulder that grew worse over severa...
www.Youtube.comhttp://www.medicinenet.com/lung_cancer/article.htmhttp://kidshealth.org/teen/http://www.fi.edu/learn/heart/...
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Lung Cancer

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Lung Cancer

  1. 1.  uncontrolled cell growth most common cause of cancer related deaths. About 1.3 million people die each year.
  2. 2. • One lung affected and notthe other.•Many areas of the lungs canbe affected.
  3. 3. •Small-cell lung carcinoma•Non-small-cell lung carcinoma• For the non-small-cell lung it isnecessary to make a surgery and/orradiation.•For the small-cell lung it needs chemotherapy.
  4. 4. •Exchange gasses between the air webreath and our blood.• Through the lungs the carbon dioxideis removed from the bloodstream andoxygenates them.
  5. 5. •shortness of breath•coughing up blood•chest pain or pain in the abdomen•weight loss, fatigue, and loss of appetite•hoarse voice•clubbing of the fingernails•difficulty swallowing
  6. 6. •Cigarettes have more than 60carcinogens•Nicotine makes your body work slower•Depends on how much you smoke
  7. 7. •Nuclear PowerPlants•Excess Radiation
  8. 8. Viral infectionParticulate mattersDrug use
  9. 9. •Chemotherapy•Surgery•RadiotherapyNew Method:•Palliative Care
  10. 10. •No Smoking•Prevent chemicals,dust , others•No second handsmokers
  11. 11. Lorraine Williamson, who was diagnosed with lung cancer whenshe was 46.The pain in my shoulder that grew worse over severalmonths until I couldn’t lift my arm above shoulder height. Aftershort, sharp exertion, like running up the stairs, I was breathingfar heavier than I used to. I was told that my shoulder was fine,but there was a shadow on my lung. Further tests confirmedthat there was a tumor in the center of my right lung. I hadsurgery to remove the tumor and receive a lobotomy. “Iwas lucky. Two weeks after surgery, tests showed that my lymphglands were clear and the tumor had been completelyremoved. I was told I didnt need chemotherapy andradiotherapy. I was Save
  12. 12. www.Youtube.comhttp://www.medicinenet.com/lung_cancer/article.htmhttp://kidshealth.org/teen/http://www.fi.edu/learn/heart/http://cancer.about.com/od/lungcancer/tp/preventcancer.htm

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