The Effects of Adjustable Risk Factors and How it Plays a Role in the Contribution of Cancer Foundations of Cancer

Dominica (Nica) Simmons


The goal for these articles is to analyze how smoking cigarettes, using a tanning bed, and poor diet can indeed lead to cancer. These factors are modifiable, in which an individual can practice prevention of obtaining cancer by stopping this kind of lifestyle. These studies dig deeper to understand exactly how these components can cause cancer and to exert comprehension to the world around us. Tests that were conducted in each article to see exactly how long one needs to smoke, how often one needs to use a tanning bed, and what is considered having a poor diet, etc.  to receive a cancer gene. This brings awareness to factors that people choose to do and how they choose to live, and their likeness of getting the cancer gene. 

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