Study of the effect that greenhouse gas emissions have on the rate of death per cancer [article]

Arash Motazedian, Farbod Naji, Milad Saadati, Parsa Moghaddam
2018 Figshare  
Recently, a number of studies have been done to find the negative impacts of the greenhouse gas emission on different concerning issues like health, economy, and climate change. However, there are an insignificant number of studies that focus on the mutual relation between the rate of deaths per cancer and greenhouse gas emission. Initially, the amount of people affected by cancer in North America and Europe were compared to the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Then, new conditions
more » ... hen, new conditions were added to the data to analyze the new outcomes ex. gender, geographical area and the time in which there were infected.A linear relationship was discovered between these two elements. This relation is best described as the direct negative effect of change in climate to the increase rate of deaths per cancer. This research can be used to inform people of the danger and the impact of climate change on their health.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5908927 fatcat:vrthx5s2kffrte4xvkwqwltqay