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What, me? if you mena me, I never stated my opinion on the cure, so how can i be selfish?

That dude is selfish saying it is bad that people can get cured because then our planet will be overpopulated, he obviously never experienced cancer or he wouldn't say such a retarded thing
You just stated your opinion right there.
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Re: High school student develops cure for cancer

My opinion probably shines through, but how the hell is my opinion selfish then?
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Hey you're new so don't bother arguing with P.Smith. Hes an idiot.

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why is this in rants?

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Good, we're in rants now

Attention everyone who hates overpopulation. If you wanna save the species, you know what to do

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I dont get it if you want to help the overpopulaton problem why dont people kill themselves, makes sense to me anyway..What doesnt make sense is letting people die in order to save people in the future, we all are worth the same, a child today having cancer isnt less important then a kid drowning in overpopulation in the Future. And UDK i do care if someone i dont know dies, i cant say it saddens me as i really didnt know the person yet i still care because its tragic, i dont know how you can care for people and dont care about others, how do you do that?

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post #100 of 244 (permalink) Old 01-19-2012, 04:26 PM
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Re: High school student develops cure for cancer

Some notes because I'm not reading the whole thread

Cancer is already cureable. Tons of people who were supposed to die according to the medical community have done it.
Medicine, chemotherapy make cancer worse. You don't treat an acid stat with more acid
When concering cancer and diseases, the medical community works the population in ways the wrestling could only dream of.
Cancer is caused by damage to the cells from a variety of sources. All the stuff that causes damage to cells such as improper food such as dairy/meat, medicne/drugs, radiation, mammograms, processed food, pesticides, chemicals, mercury from almagams, cooked foods, vaccines and so on. The whole list would scare people. Basically, anything man altered always seems to hurt human cells.
If you know how and put the effort in to do so, it's guraranteed you will never get cancer
Detoxifcation is key, an alkaline sate, proper herbs to cure youreslef.You have to go after the CAUSEand fix that and not the SYPMTOM like the medical community does.
People are giving themseves cancer mostly unkowingly. IT's not a mysterious disease that pops out of nowhere. IT's accumulated damage.
Younger people are getting cancer and other sickness in part due to the human population getting weaker over the generations.

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