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"So where is the cancer cure?"There are plenty; here are somehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antineoplasticso the idea that NobodySavedMe puts forward is simply not real.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 20/03/2008 21:12:00"So where is the cancer cure?"There are plenty; here are somehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antineoplasticso the idea that NobodySavedMe puts forward is simply not real.Yeah,sure those concoctions will cure cancer.lol.
Quote from: NobodySavedMe on 20/03/2008 22:42:47Quote from: Bored chemist on 20/03/2008 21:12:00"So where is the cancer cure?"There are plenty; here are somehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antineoplasticso the idea that NobodySavedMe puts forward is simply not real.Yeah,sure those concoctions will cure cancer.lol. Could I ask what qualifies you to doubt them? Are you a cancer researcher? A scientist? Statistician perhaps? Or Biochemist?Why should I agree with you, instead of the many, many qualified researchers who are working very hard to find ways to treat and manage, this incredibly complicated problem?
At the end of the day the true measure of success is the reduction in the headstones count from cancer which has not changed no matter how you massage the figures.
I am a very in depth student of cancer.I have studied in great depth over the last 5 years from a vast number of sources.
The sad conclusion was that cancer researchers and treatment has stayed the same,the new drugs have very marginal effects
The cancer industry has artifically improved survival rates by detecting cancer earlier and earlier
Come on now.Let us be reasonable.You don't really believe it deep down when they come on the tv every week with another wonder drug of the week after the one they were peddling last week.Do you?
Over 560000 deaths from cancer every year in the United States.
The trade off (if the research is to be believed) is between saggy, national geographic cover native woman breasts or cancer, hassle and pre-mature died.
Thing is, see, that cancer ain't "a disease",
On the other side discovery that wearing the bra cause breast cancer is not good for the breast cancer professionals and the breast cancer industry and it is understandable why they ignoring this discovery. If they admit that wearing the bra is responsible for breast cancer they will lose lucrative income, lucrative career, social status etc.It is understandable that it doesnít mater how much stronger evidence are presented they will be ignored and rejected by this people.Further more if people knew that just being bra free will protects them from breast cancer will raise other questions.On the other waste number of people beehive that in near future the genetic science and stem cells science will enable miracles cure and because of that they accepting everything what coming from established medical professionals and everything that contradict to mainstream science they rejecting without thinking.
The trade off is between wearing the bra that artificially enhance appearance of breast followed with premature aging of the breast and bra free that is important factor to enable breast to be healthy.
It is still to explain why native women have saggy breast but on the other side the women that are bra free have far less saggy and breast compare to the women that wear bra. It is wrong and misleading that wearing the bra helps maintain better shape of the breast.
On the web site of Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer is far better explained that what is my ability and as well there is a few links to other web site that explain a few other things like wearing the bra and premature aging of the breast.
and because cancer researchers are not the monsters you believe them to be.
This is an interesting study though, and suggests we should look further into it,
I do, however, have concerns about the credibility of some of the material and some of the arguments being presented here, and their potential impacts on users who may not be sufficiently scientifically well-versed to sort fact from fiction.
I don't want to delete this thread, but I do think it would be better suited to a different section of this forum - "New Theories" seems most appropriate.Chris