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Updated: 10/6/2020
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  • College has been so stressful and smoking is the only thing that relaxes me.
  • I've continued smoking all of my life and I don't feel healthy anymore.
  • *Cough* *Cough*my dad smokes everyday and I'm worried about our health
  • Lung cancer mainly occurs in older people and most people diagnosed with lung cancer are 65 or older, but you could be putting yourself at risk from an early age.
  • I constantly have trouble sleeping
  • Lung cancer is by far the leading cause of cancer death among both men and women, making up almost 25% of all cancer deaths. About 135,720 deaths from lung cancer (72,500 in men and 63,220 in women)
  • I'm sorry sir, but you have been diagnosed with lunch cancer
  • Oh no! What am I going to do now?
  • Controllable risk factors include: Tobacco smoke, 2nd hand smoke, and exposure to radonUncontrollable risk factors include: air pollution, family history, and previous radiation exposure / Controllable risk factors include: tobacco smoke and 2nd hand smoke
  • Just beat it!! Beat the urge to smoke!
  • Symptoms leading up to lung cancer includes:Coughing that never goes away, Coughing up blood. wheezing, weight loss, and constant tiredness
  • Actions to prevent lung cancer include: not smoking, avoid 2nd hand smoke, getting home tested for radon, eat a diet of veggies and fruits, and exercise most days of the week
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