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LONGEVITY See Life Expectancy and Life Tables LOUIS, PIERRE CHARLES ALEXANDRE Pierre Charles Alexandre Louis (1787–1872) was a French physician who graduated from the Sorbonne in 1813. He spent several years in Russia, and when he returned to Paris, he worked at l’Hôpital Charité, where he began to collect and numerically analyze information about patients and the treatments they received. His numerical method was quite new to medical practice—no one had ever before counted cases, examined the pathological lesions they had, and classified the outcome of the treatments in such detail.

Appropriate case management is imperative to malaria control programs. It consists of accurate diagnosis followed by rapid, effective treatment. The detection of malaria in children and pregnant women is especially important. Knowledge of mosquito behavior and relevant environmental, social, and economic features is extremely important for malaria prevention programs. , insecticides, larvicides, environmental management). Malaria epidemics can occur when a community with little or no immunity moves into an area of intense malaria transmission.

Small cell lung cancer, also called oat cell cancer, is a less common cancer that grows faster, and is more likely to spread to other parts of the body than non-small cell lung cancer. Tobacco smoking is a major cause of lung cancer. Over 4,000 chemical compounds have been identified in the tobacco leaf. Carcinogens in tobacco smoke can damage the cells in the lungs, which may lead to the development of lung cancer. More than fifty chemical compounds in tobacco smoke have been recognized as known or probable human carcinogens, some of which may be formed during combustion (or smoking) and some which may exist naturally in tobacco.

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