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  • Category: History
  • Words: 486
  • Grade: 100

Today, News!
Reporter says:
Larry the cancerous cell that critically endanger his host, Tegan Sorrow by causing cancer in her lung was set free and not convicted. His lawyer, Dr. J had proved that she was the one turning Larry into a cancerous cell, which caused her symptoms.

Today, we interview Larry, as he will tell us about his story and what actually happened in the body of Tegan Sorrow.

Interviewer: Thank you Larry for having this interview with BBC. I am sure that you have had a tiring day and would like some rest.

Larry: I am fine, I would just like the world to know what really happen and why did Tegan Sorrow got sick.

Interviewer: Well, if you don't mind. I would like to ask u some personal questions.

Larry: Sure go ahead.

Interviewer: What made you cancerous?

Larry: Well, there are several things that cause a normal cell to go cancerous in the lung.

1)        80% of lung caused by tobacco smoke, chemicals in tobacco smoke.
2)        Healing second hand smoking.
3)         Normal human cells change into cancer cells when exposed to carcinogens (chemicals which causes cancer) For example: Radon, asbestos, nickel, coal tar, copper radioactive materials.
4)        Occupation. For example: Working in a manufacturing industry of gases, soaps, paints, inorganic pigment, plastics.
5)        Long-term explosion of air pollution / Urban environment.
6)        The amount of exposure to the cancer-causing agent. For example, the risk of lung cancer is 8-20 times greater in smokers compared to people who have never smoked.
7)        Heredity, from a parents or a family member that developed lung cancer in the past. For example, a gene mutation that stop the production of FHIT that prevent the growth and spread of tumors.
My lawyer suggested that her symptoms finally develop after 16 years of smoking, the occupation that she worked at, which was asbestos insulation worker and heredity.


Interviewer: Well, I might need to stop smoking right now. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha"¦











For example: Asbestos insulation workers = 92 times the risk of developing of lung ca

ncer.
The risk of developing lung cancer is related to the amount of exposure to the cancer causing agent.
For example, the risk of lung cancer in humans is proportional to the number of cigarettes smoked.
The risk of developing lung cancer is 8-20 times greater in smokers compared to people who have never smoked.
A smaller, but real risk exists for cigar and pipe smokers. Some cancer causing agents react together to significantly worsen the risk of developing cancer.
The combined exposure to asbestos and tobacco smoke clearly multiplies the risk of developing lung cancer.
The risk of lung cancer is greater for those living in urban areas.
This risk is approximately 1.2 to 2.3 times that of people living in rural areas.
There is also an increased risk of lung cancer in smokers whose close relatives have had lung cancer.
Scarring in the lungs from previous infections or injury can be associated with and increased risk of cancer.
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