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What is a tumour?
A mass of cells.
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What diseases does alchol cause and how?
Liver disease. The liver breaks down alcohol, but the reaction damages its cells. Liver cells can also be damaged when toxic chemicals leak from the gut due to damage to the intestines.
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What is an example of a non- communicable disease?
Asthma, Cancer and coronary heart disease.
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What is an example of a communicable disease?
Measles and Malaria
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What things can pathogens be?
Bacteria, Viruses, protists or fungi.
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What diseases does alchol cause and how?

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Liver disease. The liver breaks down alcohol, but the reaction damages its cells. Liver cells can also be damaged when toxic chemicals leak from the gut due to damage to the intestines.

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