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Susan G. Komen Loses Support After Planned Parenthood Decision

Commented Feb 1, 2012 at 15:35:43 in Politics

“Early detection through screening saved my life. It is ghastly to know women will be dying because "support" organizations remove access to life-saving support from those they disagree with. What immorality! Breast cancer support ought to be available to ALL women, not only those who pass some litmus test of ideology. This organization has betrayed those of us it claims to support. For shamel. My only hope is that the donations formerly intended for Ms. Komen's organization will be redirected to Planned Parenthood or other organizations, ones with the courage to make ethical decisions. I'm appalled. .”

hopper250 on Feb 1, 2012 at 15:42:21

“The problem is the money may have been going to other things that had nothing to do with cancer screening.”
The Diabesity Epidemic Part II: Why Conventional Medicine Makes Things Worse

The Diabesity Epidemic Part II: Why Conventional Medicine Makes Things Worse

Commented Dec 23, 2009 at 23:35:45 in Healthy Living

“I was "diagnosed" with high cholesterol in around 1995 and advised to follow a dietary regime extremely low in fat and high in complex carbohydrates (lots of whole grains), which I did...rigorously, obediently. During the next decade, I gained weight, grew ravenously hungry and became increasingly exhausted. In 2004, I learned I was pre-diabetic with moderate insulin resistance. In 2006, I discovered I had breast cancer. (I'm cured. Oh!) With cancer treatment behind me, my current high fat, low carb diet gives me good energy and both my weight and blood sugar are normal and stable. Is there medical research evidence confirming a cause-and-effect relationship between years on a high-carb diet -- ostensibly NOT EMPTY CALORIES, not junk food or soda pop, but high in sugar nonetheless -- and cancer?”