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Question 1: [65] ________ damage can lead to loss of heterozygosity.
KaryotypeAutosomeChromosomeChromosomal translocation

Question 2: Arguments cited against such bans are ________ of smoking, increased risk of smuggling, and the risk that such a ban cannot be enforced.
Right RealismCriminalizationClassical schoolCriminology

Question 3: [64] ________ in the K-ras proto-oncogene are responsible for 10–30% of lung adenocarcinomas.
MutationSpeciationPopulation geneticsEvolution

Question 4: Lung ________, the most common cause of cancer-related death in men and women, is responsible for 1.3 million deaths worldwide annually, as of 2004.

Question 5: Possible screening tests for lung cancer include ________ or computed tomography (CT).
Magnetic resonance imagingX-ray computed tomographyRadiologyChest radiograph

Question 6: Eliminating tobacco smoking is a primary goal in the prevention of lung cancer, and ________ is an important preventive tool in this process.
Patient safetyEpidemiologyHuman nutritionSmoking cessation

Question 7: Several ________ are associated with lung cancer.
AdaptationNatural selectionPolymorphism (biology)Balancing selection

Question 8: What does the following picture show?

  CT scan showing a cancerous tumor in the left lung.
  Micrograph of a lung lymph node biopsy showing metastatic colorectal adenocarcinoma. Field stain.
  Micrograph of squamous carcinoma, a type of non-small cell carcinoma. FNA specimen. Pap stain.

Question 9: [141] In ________ in 1929, physician Fritz Lickint recognized the link between smoking and lung cancer,[139] which led to an aggressive antismoking campaign.

Question 10: Studies of the American Cancer Society cohort directly link the exposure to ________ with lung cancer.
Acid rainParticulateAir pollutionGlobal dimming

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