News Now DUBAI (Reuters) – A woman who was suffering from cystic fibrosis was diagnosed with cancer, according to the French news agency Agence France-Presse on Sunday. According to the French agency, the patient was subject to follow-up. And a rapid decline in her respiratory function as a result of the disease, doctors decided in November 2015 to undergo a lung transplant. The study, conducted by doctors at the Montpellier University Hospital, according to the donor base, the lungs were taken Of a woman at the age of 57, was Has been smoking a pack of cigarettes every 30 years, "noting that the tests performed on the death of the donor clinically did not show any defect. The authors of the study," The short time between the separation of the lungs and the emergence of the first defect in the radiograph shows that cancer began during the life of the donor "Immunosuppressive therapies may have contributed to the acceleration of cancer growth." Dr. Jean-Louis Bojol and his colleagues have been advised to deal cautiously with members of smokers due to the relatively long incubation period of lung cancer.
In July 2017, the patient with the lungs was admitted to the Department of Oncology at the Montpellier University Hospital and died two months later from lung cancer. Also read: Are Internet Market Products Fake? 7 Dishes Do not Increase Blood Sugar



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