Ability, Disability, and Chronic Conditions. Prior to completing this discussion, readthe Schneiderman (2004) article, “Psychosocial, Behavioral, and Biological Aspects of Chronic Diseases,” andreview any relevant Instructor200-250 words, analyze the basic issues of human biology as they relate to chronic conditions and describe theinteraction between disability, disease, and behavior. Examine and discuss the impact of biological health orillness on social, psychological, and physical problems from the micro, mezzo, and macro perspectives. Choose achronic condition from those provided in your text and consider how you might feel, think, and behave differentlyif the condition were affecting you versus if the condition were affecting a stranger. How might you thinkdifferently about this chronic condition if it were affecting someone close to you, your neighbor, or someone inyour community? Please include at least two supporting scholarly resources.Cancer. Prior to completing this discussion, read Chapter 9 in the textbook, the“Introduction to the Miller Family” document, and review any relevant Instructor stage of life, intellectual/cognitive abilities, and sociocultural position in life, affect our perspectives andresultant behaviors about a number of conditions including cancer. Consider the information provided in the“Introduction to the Miller Family” document. Both Ella and Elías have been diagnosed with cancer. Ella hasbeen fighting cancer with complementary and alternative methods with some success for many years. Elías, hergrandson, is 10 years old and has recently been diagnosed with leukemia but has not yet begun treatment. Puttingyourself in either Ella or Elías’s place, what might your perspective on your cancer be? Integrate how the stage oflife, cognitive abilities, and sociocultural position of your chosen person impacts her/his perspective on his/herindividual disease.