Activity 3. 1 . 1 Cancer
Activity 3. 1 . 1: Student Data Linen
Brand of Person:
Age Diagnosed with Cancer:
Sort of Cancer:
Likely Risk Elements:
Other Pertinent Information:
68 Years Old
Did not possess children right up until they were within their late thirties Was a cigarette smoker until the girl was 45 and drinks alcohol socially.
Mother and sister the two had breast cancer
Genetic testing done for 25.
Handed down a mutated BRCA1 gene = improved chance of producing breast cancer. tumor was cancerous
Cancer spread to her liver organ
8 Years of age
Rosemary's mom expressed concerns that the girl had been confronted with radiation throughout the beginning a few months of her pregnancy. expanding swollen lymph nodes about her the neck and throat and in her underarms Clinically diagnosed within a month.
Variety of chemotherapy treatments
73 Years Old
Overdue stage Bladder Cancer
Father passed away of intestines cancer.
Recently stopped smoking at 55.
Bladder was surgically eliminated.
Worked on the farm till his sixties.
Given chemotherapy, but malignancy spread to his bones already
Died a year and a half after the prognosis.
4 Years of age
Trouble going for walks
Losing her balance
Frequently sleeping a lot.
Doctor was not capable to remove the entire tumor
Quickly spread to spine.
Chloe died at the age of six.
History of high blood pressure in family.
14 Years Old
pain in the knee, joint developed a limp.
tired and begun to lose weight
Cared for with radiation treatment
No great cancer in family.
twenty one Years Old
lump in his testicle that was causing him pain.
medical procedures to remove the testicle and was given radiotherapy father experienced testicular cancers when he was younger
(African- American Heritage)
65 Years Old
At 53, he was clinically diagnosed w/ diabetes.
Removed the cancer cellular material and remedied w/ the radiation.
Smoked aged was a heavy drinker.
Small business operator and was active in community.
Died w/in a couple of years: Heart attack.
32 Years Old
Put in a lot of time sun bathing.
Extraordinarily shaped & discolored gopher on her neck of the guitar.
Older sis Emily experienced: Basal Cellular Carcinoma.
Most cancers was in initial phases
Now would wear sunscreen & avoids increased UV coverage.
(Puerto Rican Heritage)
thirty eight Years Old
Sexually transmitted contamination in her during a routine pap smear. Trying to stop smoking cigarettes for the last five years.
Stringent Vegan diet.
Has a muslim pap smears.
Cryosurgery utilized to remove the precancerous skin cells.
11 Years of age
Night sweating, coughing a lot & having difficulty breathing.
Began to feel itching all of the time.
Henry's grandfather, perished from Pancreatic Cancer by 71.
The radiation & Chemotherapy treatments put him in remission.
Relapsed four years later
Received an autologous transplant.
52 Years Old
What trends or patterns do you see?
1 ) What results can you bring about who is at risk intended for developing cancer?
2 . Do they offer a way to predict who will be going to acquire cancer, when they will get that, and which kind of cancer it will probably be? Why or perhaps why not?
several. How do you think a person's way of life can affect their chances of expanding cancer?