Well its lung cancer and cancer is very serious so by smoking cigars you can get lung cancer and i think 2-5 yrs of smoking will give you lung cancer (second Hand smoke also gives you lung cancer)
Yes, Monet died of lung cancer on December 5, 1926 at the age of 86.
Leukemia, lung cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, skin cancer.
if you are a smoker then there is a 3 in 5 chance that you will develop lung cancer.lung cancer develops between the ages of 55 and 65 years old.lung cancer begins with coughing fits.The number of Americans that die with lung cancer alone is more than the number of Americans that die from breast cancer, prostate cancer and colorectal cancer put together.It is the number one killer disease in America. It kills more people than skin cancer does.About 90 percent of the lung cancers that are diagnosed every year are due to smoking.Lung cancer affects both the lungs and cancerous cells start reproducing quickly and then grow into normal lung tissue. They will eventually disrupt the functioning of lungs.Exposure to carcinogens and asbestos can also cause lung cancer. This could happen if you are living in an industrial area.About one hundred and eighty thousand new cases of lung cancer are diagnosed every single year.African American women have the highest rate of incidents in lung cancer.
Cancer is staged by how far away from the primary organ the cancer has gone. For instance, if you have cancer of the lung and it has moved to the brain, the stage rises. Cancer of the lung that stays in the lung is in the 1st stage. All stages can be treated. The 5 year survival rate depends not just on the stage of the cancer, but the type of cancer.
1. lung cancer 2. heart cancer 3.throat cancer 4. eye cancer 5.mouth cancer
Unfortunately patients who develop the symptoms of lung cancer have less than a 5% chance of living more than 5 years. Read more cancer related articles at http://cancerlinks.blogspot.com/
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The life expectancy with someone with carcinoid lung cancer depends on the stage of the cancer. For people with stage 1, the life expectancy is 93%. For people with stage 5, the life expectancy is 57%.
Lip, tongue, other parts of the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach and lung are the most common. Smoking can cause, mouth, lung, eye, heart, and all sorts of different types of cancer. Lung cancer is the biggest risk. You can also get mouth, eye, heart, and a hole in your throat. 1: Lung cancer. 2: Throat cancer. 3: Heart cancer. 4: Eye cancer. 5: Mouth cancer. My best advise to you is not to smoke. Cigarette smoke has over 3000+ different harmful chemicals in it!
While relatively rare, once diagnosed, pancreatic cancer has just a 5% 5 year survival rate, which is the lowest survival rate of cancer at any site location (lung cancer is next at 15%).
He died of lung cancer at 86 Claude Oscar Monet died of lung cancer on December 5, 1926 at the age of 86 and is buried in the Giverny church cemetery.
Claude monet died of Lung Cancer, December 5, 1926
Lung cancer usually occurs in older people. The average age of people who are diagnosed with lung cancer is 70. 1Men are more likely to develop lung cancer than women but fewer men smoke now than in the past, so the death rate from lung cancer for men is decreasing. The death rate from lung cancer for women is leveling off after increasing for several decades.2Black men are more likely to develop lung cancer than men of any other racial group.White women and black women are about equally likely to develop lung cancer.The risk of dying from lung cancer is 20 times higher for women who smoke two or more packs of cigarettes a day than for women who do not smoke.3If you live with a smoker, you have 2 to 3 times the risk for lung cancer compared with a person who lives in a nonsmoking environment.4 About 25% of nonsmokers who develop lung cancer probably get it from being exposed to secondhand smoke.5ReferencesCitationsAmerican Cancer Society (2007). What are the key statistics for lung cancer? Detailed Guide: Lung Cancer-Non-Small Cell. Available online: http://www.cancer.org/docroot/CRI/content/CRI_2_4_1x_What_Are_the_Key_Statistics_About_Lung_Cancer_15.asp?sitearea=.American Cancer Society (2007). Cancer Facts and Figures 2007, pp. 1-52. Atlanta: American Cancer Society. Available online: http://www.cancer.org/downloads/STT/CAFF2007PWSecured.pdf.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2002). Women and smoking: A report of the Surgeon General. MMWR, 51(RR-12): 1-30.Theodore PR, Jablons D. (2006). Neoplasms of the lung section of Thoracic wall, pleura, mediastinum, and lung. In GM Doherty, LW Way, eds., Current Surgical Diagnosis and Treatment, 12th ed., pp. 377-389. New York: McGraw-Hill.Crawford J (2007). Lung cancer. In DC Dale, DD Federman, eds., ACP Medicine, section 12, chap. 8. New York: WebMD.http://www.revolutionhealth.com/conditions/cancer/lung-cancer/who-is-at-risk
Eddy Kindricks died on the 5 of october 1992 . from lung cancer. He was 52,
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lung cancer can start from any part of the lungs and may affect any part of the respiratory system... it can cause breathing and heart problems such as 1] pleural efflusion, which is the build up of flud between the outer lining of the lungs and the chest wall.. this is the common condition with lung cancer. 2] coughing up large amounts of bloody sputum 3]collapse of lung [pneumothorax] 4]blockage of the air way [bronchial obstuction] 5]recurrent nfection such as pneumonia 6]precardial effusion which is the buildup of the fluid in the space between the heart and the pericardium[i.e. the sac present around the heart]... this condition is not too common in lung cancer... as lung cancer grows it may spread to other parts of the body.... lung cancer is classified in stages, which describes how far the cancer has grown and spread... the long term outcome of lung cancer depends onhow much the cancer has grown or spread..
The top 5 diseases in America would be; Heart Disease, Cancer, Stroke, Lung Disease and Diabetes.
Monet died of lung cancer on December 5, 1926 at the age of 86.
He died on December 5, 1926when he was 86 and I'm pretty sure he died of lung cancer.
Dieter Pfaff died on March 5, 2013, in Hamburg, Germany of lung cancer.
Beppo Brem died on September 5, 1990, in Munich, Germany of lung cancer.
1. asma2. bronchitis3. pneumonia4. tuberculosis5. lung cancer
Shinsuke Mikimoto died on August 5, 2002, in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan of lung cancer.