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Each of these answers could, in fact, be correct. However, when looking at statistics and probabilities, smoking is likely the cause of the cancer. While lung cancer does occur in non-smokers, it is much more probable to take place in someone that has a history of smoking.

Inhalation of hazardous chemicals and particles like silica and asbestos absolutely increase the chances of cancer. Unfortunately, smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer with 90% of cases being linked to it. Similarly, passive smoking/breathing secondhand smoke is harmful but not as much so as inhaling radon gas.

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The answer to this is letter C. Based on the symptoms that the man has displayed, he had this condition before he died. He has shown that he had a persistent cough that sometimes lasted for months. There are two main reasons why some people are more prone to chronic bronchitis.

It is because of constantly being exposed to air pollution and smoking. The inflamed bronchial tubes usually come up with more mucus that will make it more difficult for people who have this condition to breathe. People who are also exposed to a lot of dust for an extended period of time may be more prone to acquiring this condition more than others.

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The answer to this is letter D. The child is showing signs of bronchial asthma. Bronchial asthma is more commonly known as asthma. This is a chronic disease that usually affects breathing. Those who have this condition usually feel a tightness in their chest and difficulty breathing.

The asthma attacks may also be associated with coughing, shortness of breath, and wheezing. It is important for people to get the treatment that they need immediately because this can be very uncomfortable. Some people were unable to breathe and have died because of it. Take note that asthma may sometimes be associated with other types of illnesses so this should be checked immediately.

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