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Turning 30: 30 Things Every Woman Should Have And Should Know

Commented Aug 1, 2012 at 10:38:18 in Women

“I've also worked hard and am proud of who I am. And no one is going to tell me what I can and cannot dress like on my day off. Or how I act. That is completely up to me. And what do you know.. I still have goals. But my choice on how to live is my choice. And yours is yours. So settle down with your judgments.”

HappyC on Aug 1, 2012 at 19:23:44

“You're right, our choices are our own. Much like my choice to voice my opinion. If YOLO is their motto, then so be it. My opinion on how some-not all- women choose to behave, or dress for that matter, remains the same. So sorry, but I will continue to voice my opinion as I see fit. Besides, this is not a personal attack on anyone considering I don't know any of you....”
Chris Collins: 'People Now Don't Die From Prostate Cancer, Breast Cancer'

Chris Collins: 'People Now Don't Die From Prostate Cancer, Breast Cancer'

Commented Jul 6, 2012 at 15:56:18 in Politics

“"Modern surgery and/or radiation therapy successfully eradicates the majority of primary tumors, but the inability to control metastasis is the principal reason why there has been little progress in reducing cancer mortality in the last 30 years." Wolberg, W., S. Kahn et al, eds. Concepts in Cancer Medicine. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1983, (p.149) Though this is dated, it still holds truth today. Although there is extensive study on metastasis the processes are still a mystery to us.”