Monday, 4 July 2011

Smoking Is The Risk Of Lung Cancer Associated With Asbestos?

First, understand that someone who smokes is not exposed to asbestos eleven times the risk of developing lung cancer than nonsmokers. One thousand one hundred per cent.

If non-smokers exposed to asbestos are five times greater risk of lung cancer than nonsmokers who have been exposed to asbestos.
If there are a smoker exposed to asbestos in their risk of lung cancer sixteen times greater than nonsmokers not exposed to asbestos.

Signs and symptoms of lung cancer was similar in people who may or may not have been exposed to asbestos fibers or particles. However, the diagnosis and treatment is a very complex problem. So, if you suspect you may have lung cancer should consult with a Pulmonologists for further research.

Malignant Mesothelioma is a specific form of cancer that affects the pleura (lining the lungs) or peritoneum (lining the abdomen) influence. Only known risk factors for malignant mesothelioma asbestos.

Most victims of mesothelioma in men over forty years. Most people who have malignant mesothelioma have been employees of the company that put them to work in areas where asbestos fibers into the air.

Many veterans who served in the Navy in World War II through the Vietnam War, who have been diagnosed with malignant mesothelioma when inhaled asbestos particles aboard their ships. This is because in recent years, asbestos is used as a flame as insulation in almost all parts of a U.S. Navy ship.

And if the amount of asbestos used in building and maintaining a very tight ship with the sailors busy, you have the recipe is almost perfect for exposure to asbestos and asbestos-related diseases compound result.

However, this time when smoking is frowned upon by society, both in general and in particular the medical community as much as it is today. And for years tobacco companies denied that the relationship between smoking and cancer.

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