Cancer Case Study

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Discussion: As described above the zinc is required to fight against the disease. Toxicity causes the major health problems. On the other hand, the exposure plays a crucial role to develop the toxicity in organs and body systems. Duration of zinc exposure has acute and chronic health effect to the body. For the activation of the enzymes and t-cell and activate the immune system, human body required the zinc. On other hand deficiency of zinc impaired the body function too. The federal government and other health institute recommended zinc intake which is necessary for the human. The zinc supplement found commonly from the dietary supplements. According to the environmental protection…show more content…
According to national survey zinc supplement use in diet among the US, pollution emphasizes the higher amount of zinc consumed by the no Hispanic white than the non-Hispanic black and Mexican American. Drug supplement and food indicate the zinc consumption. However, in the result of the study grates risk zinc toxicity to young children, adolescents, and aged person. The study also describes that 25% of Mexico population diagnosed with the zinc deficiency as well as groups of children and women are at high risk of the zinc deficiency. Moreover, the study emphasis on the zinc distribution in the body organ. Zinc helps regulate the body functions because zinc attaches to the protein chain. Occupational illnesses occurred due to inhalation. Evidence of the study provides the case of the occupational inhalation exposure. In my opinion, zinc deficiency and toxicity is serious health effect to the human health, which has a more significant impact on the children and women. There were multiple of sign and symptoms that make the nutritional severe health issue. Hence, globally 20% group of people expected to the higher risk of the zinc deficiency. In the developing countries, 2 billion people are affected by the zinc deficiency. Also, 42.5% United States population has been reported they consume adequate zinc (Plum, Rink, & Haase, 2010).

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