How does a woman who only spent three decades on earth become ravaged with terminal cancer? Just a stroke of bad luck, a curse from the heavens,
In the past few years, cancer has touched upon my life a number of times. My father was diagnosed and treated, my dear friend has been battling it for far too long, another former neighbor recently underwent surgery and her first round of chemotherapy. CS lost his uncle to cancer at the age of 57. This “disease” is an
Despite all of this evidence, some scientists still insist, and the rest of us gladly believe, that cancer is hereditary. First of all, even if cancer can be linked to supposed faulty genes, it is highly probable that these genes were originally intact, then became yet another byproduct of mutagenic agents in the environment. In addition, the supposed “cancer genes” that have been discovered only occur in a minimal percentage of people who contract the cancer.
Certainly, anyone who has unfortunately contracted cancer needs help and hope to fight it. However, our best bet on battling cancer may be in elimination rather than addition. In lieu of barraging our bodies with treatments that
That a life is cut short at the age of 31 is horrendous beyond comprehension. That many corporations actually benefit (over and over again) by the deaths of those we love is unfathomable! We need to address cancer as the