Asthma and Lung Cancer – Term Paper

Cancer and Asthma


• There are several risk factors that can predispose an individual to being affected with cancer and asthma. Among those, this presentation will focus on one risk factor together with the ways to 

improve the patient lives and outcomes

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Risk factor for Asthma-family history

•The family gene that one inherits predispose an offspring to asthma if the parents were had it.

•It is considered that three fifths of all the cases of asthma to be genetic.

•If a person has a parent with asthma the chances are that the individual will develop it in the future.

Risk factor for cancer-family history

•In this context the risk factor of cancer can be found through the history of the family in life modification and the lifestyle factors.

•Some of these include the behavioral factors like drinking alcohol and smoking alcohol.

•If a family has got a history of indulging in those type of  behaviors, then the siblings might follow suit thus the spread of cancer.

•Poverty history in a family can lead  to poor lifestyle which can predispose the generation to poor sanitation and lack of proper diet that can lead to poor choices of food and lack of exercise

Asthma Recommendations

Teaching to improve the patient life and outcomes

•Dietary improvements- some diets like fruits and vegetables contain healthy components like water, minerals and fiber which can improve the outcomes of the patient indefinitely.

•The patient should limit themselves to alcohol use so as to reduce other complications and moderate the rate of cholesterol.

•Alcohol is carcinogenic and may increase the rate of cancer.

•Focus on screening so that some malignant conditions can be identified and detected early enough.

•The patient of asthma should keep track of their asthma symptoms so that it can be easier to track the combination of symptoms that causes the attack.

•The patient should be a regular visitor to the specialist so as to be guided on how to deal with exposures

•Regular exercise while following the doctor’s advice.


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