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Source: (consider it) Thread: Cancer SUCKS
Uncle Pete

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quote:
Originally posted by NJA:
quote:
Originally posted by PeteC:
... She is refusing any more treatment....

The treatment obviously hasn't worked.
May I ask what drugs / procedures she had & for how long?

This video says "medicines", especially anti-biotics may well be the cause of much cancer.

Comet got there first, but you really had to dredge up that one, eh? You are a turd - actually you are a dog turd lurking on someone's lawn to laugh at those unfortunate to step in it

I crap on you,

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orfeo

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I have an urge to march over to that woman's house and feed her THIS particular germ to see if we can replicate the famous experiment that demonstrated conclusively how a germ caused a disease.

Get the fuck off my lawn and come back when you understand science.

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Welease Woderwick

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I think NJA serves an important scientific purpose on this thread [and, it has to be said, elsewhere], viz:

Not all little bits of Primordial Slime grew up to sensate beings.

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cygnus
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I lost a young friend to cancer this week- just a kid, really- 26 years old. He was such a sweet kid and put up a brave fight, but it was too much for him. Nobody should have to go through what he did. Life (and death) is so unfair sometimes.

RIP Jesse [Votive]

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Mamacita

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Cancer, keep your hands the fuck off of a 10-year-old boy.

Fuck leukemia.

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Chorister

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I am thoroughly fed up with the number of times cancer has hit my choir - we only number 25 and it is getting far too regular - in many cases not even chance for their voices to ever get that old. Find your own angels for the heavenly choir and stop nicking ours! [Mad]

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You took my cousin at 18, I never ever got to know her. Leave my brother the fuck alone you piece of lymphoma trash!

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Amos

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We raised the roof with Parry's 'I Was Glad' this afternoon for a dear and brilliant colleague who died of a brain tumour earlier this year. I'd have been sitting with my grate frend S--fashion-model, lawyer, maker of champagne cocktails--but the chemo leaves her too tired and her immune system's too fragile for crowds, so I sat with her sad, stony-faced husband instead.
Fuck cancer.

[ 23. November 2013, 16:56: Message edited by: Amos ]

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Mamacita

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A couple I know lost their 25year old son tonight. He was in my son's Scout troop, so my son lost a friend. This young man had fought the good fight; chemo, isolation, transplants from his brother. But a viral infection got him last week, and there was no recovery. Fuck you, leukemia.
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Lothlorien
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MY nine year old granddaughter was diagnosed with leukaemia today. Treatment started minutes after diagnosis and she will be in hospital at least another week. I echo the sentiments of others here.

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[Votive]

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Lucia

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Crap. My friend was treated for an aggressive type of brain tumor 5 years ago. However it looks like it is back again and they are waiting to see what treatment can be offered this time. We were lulled into a false sense of security that things had been stable for so long. It is such a blessing that she has survived this long. But all the same, CRAP.

[ 21. February 2014, 07:50: Message edited by: Lucia ]

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betjemaniac
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My mum died on Monday morning aged 62. I went home to visit the parents on Saturday night and ended up there until yesterday. She bloody knew, but nobody else thought it was even close.

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[Votive]

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Caissa
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My condolences, Betjemaniac.

My mother seems to being do well after her radiation treatment.

[ 21. February 2014, 13:50: Message edited by: Caissa ]

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Meg the Red
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As I just posted on the prayer thread in AS, my nephew's mum has found out her breast cancer is terminal. This is a woman who retrained herself and moved her children and mother to a new country after she became a young widow. This is a woman who flew from NZ to Canada to attend her son's wedding immediately after her second round of chemo; wig and all, she was the life of the party, bubbling over with joy even though her only son had moved so far away. As soon as she got home, she started participating in fundraising runs for cancer. She was fine at Christmas. Now she's got a matter of weeks to live, and won't get to meet the grandchild my niece is expecting.

Fuck you cancer for taking this beautiful, remarkable woman and for orphaning my nephew. Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you.

[ 01. March 2014, 23:16: Message edited by: Meg the Red ]

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Chorister

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That's another relative lost to cancer below the age of 50. On both sides of the family, several with abdominal cancer - from age 20s to 40s. We've had enough of it now.

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Amos

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Dear friend's emailed to say that the cancer's returned, and is terminal, and that she's in horrible pain. Fuck cancer. Fuck it to hell.

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guinness girl

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I fucking hate fucking cancer. Three people I loved have been taken in the last four months by it - two of them young. It can fuck right off to hell.

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Welease Woderwick

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Herself's little nephew is in Intensive Care - the chemo, etc. he had last year gave him a matter of months of remission. He's only 6 or 7.

We are all just so sad.

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Chorister

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News stories of miracle cure tablets don't really help - even if they're ultimately the answer, they will be years coming on to the pharmacy shelves and only increase the sense of helplessness that nothing can be done NOW for those already suffering.

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Stercus Tauri
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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
News stories of miracle cure tablets don't really help - even if they're ultimately the answer, they will be years coming on to the pharmacy shelves and only increase the sense of helplessness that nothing can be done NOW for those already suffering.

So true. There are millions of cancer cases around, and the best advice to the patient comes from the oncologist, who will tell you honestly that every case is different, and so its treatment and prognosis. Better to give thanks for the fact that treatment for us is far better than it was for our parents, and will be again for our children.

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orfeo

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
News stories of miracle cure tablets don't really help - even if they're ultimately the answer, they will be years coming on to the pharmacy shelves and only increase the sense of helplessness that nothing can be done NOW for those already suffering.

It also doesn't help when you cite a story as a 'miracle cure' story when the wording of the story doesn't suggest anything of the kind.

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quote:
Originally posted by orfeo:
quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
News stories of miracle cure tablets don't really help - even if they're ultimately the answer, they will be years coming on to the pharmacy shelves and only increase the sense of helplessness that nothing can be done NOW for those already suffering.

It also doesn't help when you cite a story as a 'miracle cure' story when the wording of the story doesn't suggest anything of the kind.
It's why every scientist/doctor I know hates the trade press—they leave out the actual importance of what's been found, overhype the most speculative results of what could be done with the research, and totally distort the rest.

Or, to put it much more elegantly…

[N.b.: test your punctuation, not just your links, when previewing posts!]

[ 21. March 2014, 01:07: Message edited by: Ariston ]

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Antisocial Alto
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Just learned that a beloved church lady of my acquaintance has a large cancerous mass on an internal organ. She is mother and grandmother to many, both biologically and honorarily, and we would need twenty people to take over the amount of work she does for the church.

FUCK YOU, CANCER.

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Damn cancer to hell for scaring me nearly to death this month.

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rugasaw
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Fuck Cancer to Hell. Damn mother fucking cancer. I have one student whose mother died of cancer earlier this year. Another student whose mother is at deaths door because of cancer. And I have another student who is currently being tested for cancer.

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Lamb Chopped
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... and then there's my stepfather, with pre-cancerous Barrett's everywhere. I hate this.

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St Everild
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Cancer is fucking horrible. That is all.
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When I moved to London, Ken was one of the Shipmates I was most looking forward to meeting but, although we have both attended a couple of meets, I never really got the chance to talk to him. Bugger. [Waterworks]

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Ariel
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One of the worst things about cancer is that it takes people who are intelligent, capable, active, with lots to contribute, and just cuts straight through their lives. So much left unfinished, unable to come to fruition.
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Yangtze
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I saw Ken today. Barely recognised him. Cancer really does suck.

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Sioni Sais
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You bastard. Now you've taken one of our best.

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Kittyville
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And the insidious, sneaky ones like pancreatic cancer seem somehow worse than the others. It took my father, too. Vile, filthy disease.
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Spike

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Fuck cancer.

That is all.

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kentishmaid
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Cancer - go chase yourself, you evil parasitic git.

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iGeek

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Hubbie's oldest, a coordinator in one of the nation's busiest Level 1 trauma centers emergency room (so he see's the worst that can happen) is starting treatment today for esophageal cancer.

He's 33.

Sonofabitchin' cancer.

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Japes

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For taking up residence in the brain of a lively, caring, original one-off, with everything to live for and look forward to, stubborn, amazing 18 year old, and killing him within five months - Cancer, hell is well and truly where you belong.

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C, who I would very much like to have known better and has been a stalwart of many choirs in this area, is about to be carried off by a secondary brain tumour.

Someone got a rusty farm implement handy?

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Marvin the Martian

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Cancer has now taken two of my friends inside 48 hours. To say it sucks is a rank understatement [Frown] .

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Kelly Alves

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[Frown] marv.

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Someone I care about deeply has just been diagnosed with lymphoma. Damn it all to hell. [Mad]

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Patdys
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You insidious hiding gutless shit. Fuck you and the failed remission. Leave my family alone.

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I am half-convinced (and sort of quoting my best friend here, too, but goddamn it she's right) that half the fundraising adverts for cancer charities you see are designed to make people who have lost loved ones to cancer burst into tears in public spaces.

Not that I'm crying much at the moment. Except when I am. This is all so odd.

But Cancer Research UK can pretty much just fuck off.

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Tubbs

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Cancer needs to know that the third time is not the charm. My mother in law doesn't need you and neither does the rest of my family. Or anyone else come to that.

Tubbs

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Alicïa
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Recently found out my father in law has cancer & feeling sad and angry that he or anyone should suffer this. Cancer! Do one you evil snivelling bastard, no one wants you around!!! [Mad]

[ 12. June 2014, 07:17: Message edited by: Alicïa ]

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Patdys
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Mum.

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Uncle Pete

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Prayers for all.

[Votive]

I count myself fortunate. I just cleared a possible second hurdle. Maybe it will get me in the end, but not this time.

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Tubbs

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Thank you cancer for fucking off and leaving my dad alone. Now, please stay fucked off.

Tubbs

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Kelly Alves

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A hearty amen to that.

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