Because Cancer Sux!

United States
January 17, 2007 8:08am CST
For my buddy Guilbert who has been given 6 months to live, for my bro-in-law, Ron, who was taken two years ago, and to all those out there right now fighting the fight against an enemy who shows no discrimination, sympathy or remorse - attacking men, women and children throughout our world... Sound Off Now Because CANCER SUX!
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@iwanna12 (16)
• United States
19 Jan 07
I lost my mother and father to cancer. It is very scarry to me. I have lupus and is it a form of cancer. I'm not only afraid for myself. But my children and grandchildren.
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• United States
24 Jan 07
Wow, that does suck. Nearly everyone knows someone who was taken, or who is fighting it. A lucky few have no experience of it at all. ...and you have been through even more than I have. Stay strong and fight to win. All the best to you and yours.
@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
17 Jan 07
Yeah cancer is not a good thing at all. Really sorry to hear stuff that like. Cancer seems to have effected us all even if we don't have it. My wife has had to go through treatment and is watched very close. It makes life a bit scary for all involved. Fortunately for us they were able to cut the cancer cells out and she is doing great. Well I hope that Guilbert has enough strength to make those last months worthwhile for him and those he loves.
• United States
17 Jan 07
Yeah, he's a really cool guy too. In no way did he deserve this, but then ... who does? Cancer sux.
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@dodoguy (1294)
• Australia
25 Jan 07
Hi SingingPsycho, This phrase - "fighting the fight against an enemy who shows no discrimination" - sounds like it was taken straight out of the Cancer Industry's propaganda manual. Cancer is a trivial disease, and is principally a symptom of dietary deficiencies and other unhealthy living habits. It DOES INDEED "discriminate", because you won't find anywhere near the incidence of cancers in primitive societies or natural living societies that you now find across the industrialized Western societies. In fact, if you do some RESEARCH on the Hunza tribes of Northern Pakistan, you will see that they suffered NO DISEASE AT ALL, of ANY KIND. And I might point out that the average life expectancy for an American doctor is 56 years. Have you ever heard the phrase "the blind leading the blind"? Do you actually want to hand responsibility for your health and well-being to these people? Are any light bulbs starting to flicker on here? Cancer is EASILY CURED. I know this from plain, simple, real-life EXPERIENCE. Yet people are dropping like flies from this trivial disease, because there's so much PROFIT being made from it... and apparently people are happy to die in misery so long as there's an orchestrated legion of men in white coats telling them that there's "nothing more that can be done". And did I mention that the average life expectancy of American doctors is 56 years?
@dodoguy (1294)
• Australia
25 Jan 07
Incidentally, some people might think that I'm being harsh, cynical or unsympathetic - or all three combined. Those people would be right. If you had someone dying of scurvy while the doctors told them that "nothing more could be done", all the while bleeding them, sticking pitchforks up their butts in "pointy-butt therapy" and charging them a fortune for the privilege, wouldn't YOU be cynical? I've said it before and I'll say it again - cancer is a TRIVIAL disease. BUT you WON'T get any help from the mainstream medical fraternity, because they have NO CLUE - they are just cogs in the monstrous machinery of the high-profit Cancer Industry which is OWNED, RUN and MANAGED by the Global Pharmaceutical Cartel - which also happens to OWN the GOVERNMENTS of most Western nations.
@dodoguy (1294)
• Australia
26 Jan 07
i would answer your question, but i've tried several times and myLot won't allow me to answer. which suggests to me that the tentacles of the fda have influence over myLot.
@meeoww (1174)
• United States
31 Jan 07
Would myLot allow you to elaborate on the part where you said "Cancer is EASILY CURED. I know this from plain, simple, real-life EXPERIENCE"?
• United States
24 Jan 07
i dont think cancer sux but it makes you live your life for yourself and makes you appreciate what you have in life and how hard you worked to get them