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Saturday, July 28, 2007

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HOW CAN YOU PREVENT LUNG CANCER?
  • If you are a smoker, STOP SMOKING. Your local American Lung Association has books, videos, and group programs to help you quit for good.
  • The Lung Association is also offering a new way to stop smoking through its Freedom From SmokingĀ® online smoking cessation clinic. Find out more by visiting the American Lung Association website at www.ffsonline.org.
  • If you are a nonsmoker, know your rights to a smoke-free environment a twork and in public places. Make your home smoke-free.
  • Test your home for radon.
  • If you are exposed to dusts and fumes at work, ask questions about how you are being protected. Don't smoke -- smoking increases your risk from many occupational exposures

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In 1990 I lost my father to cancer, today I do this in honor of him!

2 Comments:

At 3:40 PM , Blogger Fembat said...

My Grandfather died of Lung Cancer in 1990. It was an eye opener. He had spoked since he was eleven, encouraged believe it or not by his mother!

Anyway, just calling by to let you know you are doing fantastic. Keep up the good work

Eliza
Monitor

 
At 10:18 PM , Blogger Michael Price said...

Adenocarcinoma accounts for 29.4% of lung cancers. It usually originates in peripheral lung tissue. Most cases of adenocarcinoma are associated with smoking. However, among people who have never smoked ("never-smokers"), adenocarcinoma is the most common form of lung cancer. A subtype of adencarcinoma, the bronchioloalveolar carcinoma, is more common in female never-smokers, and may have different responses to treatment. http://www.chantixhome.com/

 

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