We're Open
support@instaresearch.co.uk
+44 7340 9595 39
+44 20 3239 6980

Letter: Lung Cancer and Smoke in the U.S

Information



  • Post Date 2018-11-05T12:39:24+00:00
  • Post Category Essays

No Plagiarism Guarantee - 100% Custom Written

Order Details

Letter: Lung Cancer and Smoke in the U.S

Letter: Lung Cancer and Smoke in the U.S

INSTRUCTIONS:
Hey there, I need to write a 3 pages letter for my English class about the Prezi presentation and essay I have did in the course. I will Attach the Letter Requirements (please read it everything you need to know is on it) + essay. and I will put the Prezi link here. over all my topic is about (lung cancer & smoking in the u.s) Prezi : http://prezi.com/jrxijahswh1c/present/?auth_key=ye2nbwk&follow=zagxuprgvrl8&kw=present-jrxijahswh1c&rc=ref-37955225
CONTENT:
Lung Cancer and Smoke in the U.SLung cancer is one of the most common cancers responsible for most cancer related deaths in the U.S. In males, lung cancer is only second to prostate cancer. On the other hand, lung cancer is second to breast cancer which tops the list of cancer in women. Over the years, the number of cancer cases has been on a steady rise. One of the major causes of lung cancer is linked to cigarette smoking. Cigarette smoking has been the main culprit by accounting to 91% of lung cancer cases in men and 78% lung cases in women. The rest of the percentages have associated with second hand smoking and genetics. This letter will explain how smoking is the primary cause of lung cancer in the U.S. I will describe my audience in the paper as well as highlight the medium of argument I chose so that I could reach my audience. The letter will also discuss the choice in creating my argument in addition to the class collaborative process and lessons learnt from it.In 2009, the number of people diagnosed with lung cancer was 205,974. From the 205,974 people diagnosed over half of the cases reported lead to death related from lung cancer. In other words, 158,081 deaths reported in 2009 were associated to lung cancer. A closer look at the demographics reveals that men and women are more likely to die from lung cancer as they grow older. For instance, 2% of men are likely to develop cancer at the age of 30 y...

Price: £ 99

100% Plagiarism Free & Custom Written, Tailored to your instructions