(Valdez, 2010) Dr. Roy Glover, Chief Medical Director of “BODIES…The Exhibition” highlighted the importance of this educational campaign to the public when he stated,“Tobacco-related death is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, and, if we can positively influence one person who visits BODIES…The Exhibition and sees the damage caused by smoking, then we have done our job.” (Tobacco World, 2010)The “Respiration Gallery” shows how the exhibit functions as a public service message to encourage healthy lifestyle choices in individuals by displaying the stark realities of lung cancer, and the exhibit also encourages these choices by providing related health information on smoking cessation.Breast Cancer awareness groups have also followed the example of The American Cancer Society in attempting to use the “BODIES…The Exhibition” displays to raise consciousness for their movement. “BODIES…The Exhibition” uses the same methodology as the lung cancer display with breast cancer, by showing a comparison of a healthy breast in the same room as a cancer victim and her diseased breast. The emphasis of this display is to encourage women to also seek early inspection of breasts by qualified physicians in order to attempt to detect the “lumps” which are the early signs of this form of cancer. According to LiveStrong, part of the Lance Armstrong Foundation,“Breast cancer typically starts as a small group of cells in the breast that begin to grow in an out-of-control manner. Consequently, some of the earliest effects of breast. Human Cancers.
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