Poultry is one of the types of animals that are familiar throughout the world. Besides the various benefits that can be obtained from poultry, many threats can also come from these winged animals. One of the threats that can come from poultry is cancer. People who like sniffing the poultry may be at risk nasopharyngeal cancer (cancer of the back of the nose, throat, or ENT cancers).
Nasopharyngeal cancer or also known as throat cancer is a disease caused by malignant cells (cancer) and is formed in the nasopharyngeal tissue, which is part of the pharynx or throat. This cancer most often occurs in the ENT (ear nose throat), head and neck.
Nasopharyngeal cancer is caused by several risk factors include exposure to Epstein-Barr virus. Epstein-Barr Virus in fact there are many everywhere, even in free air. It’s just that not all will become cancerous, this virus will remain ‘asleep’ in the nasopharynx, if not triggered by certain factors.
Some symptoms of the nasopharyngeal cancer are: Epitaksis (bleeding nose or a nosebleed) light, Nasal congestion, Ears ringing next door, Diplopi (double vision or there are two shadow), There was a lump in the neck that do not hurt.
From there we can learn to be more careful in their interaction with birds. does not mean we should not be in love with winged beasts, but the love of a reasonable shape will make ourselves more secure and comfortable.