I was hoping for post-chemo curls as a consolation prize after breast cancer. Instead I’m about to go super saiyan.
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This site is cancer right now

Took another stroll through r/popular and I feel gross. The most upvoted posts around certain current events seem to be incapable of any perspective. There's a reason why watching too much news can be depressing and I try not to pay too much attention at the best of times. But now? There's pretty much no genuine discussion to be found, which can be fine when people aren't taking themselves too seriously. But there's a lot of hate, in response to real hate and perceived hate, and no matter what 'side' you're on it isn't good for anyone.

I used to think Reddit was fun, but the fun is now limited to niche corners of the site. I may come back when this all blows over, but I doubt it.

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A major study tracking more than 300,000 commuters has revealed that cycling to work can cut the risk of dying early from illnesses such as heart disease and cancer by up to 24 per cent. standard.co.uk/news/healt…
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Twitter is the cancer of social networks

My opinion, justifying myself by the following points:

  • Freedom of speech doesn't exist there. Respectfully counterarguing on an issue directly sentences you to people's toxicity. Edit: I explained this wrong here and I put freedom of speech because my bad understanding of that. My point here is that everything you counter-argue, much of the answers are toxicities (memes mocking your argument, meaningless fancams, among others). It is a very small percentage of people who counter-argue based on good sources.

  • Due to toxicity, one leaves that social network with downcast spirits.

  • Everyone is offended by everyone and everything.

  • For them, the "only people who are right" are the ones with the most likes. Pathetic.

  • Cancellation culture, the worst of that social network. Literally all of those cancellations are about fandoms on fire for tiny and insignificant details that they don't like, or just wanting to cancel anything for no reason.

In conclusion, deleting Twitter is heal

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I am Toni, with an eye, just the one and I've recently been diagnosed with cancer for the 3rd time time, this time its likely to be incurable so I am making preparations to die at age 30. Ask Me Anything

I was first diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the tear gland in 2016 and my right eye was removed, I recovered well but in 2018 it relapsed locally and I had further surgery and radiotherapy. I then recovered again and believed I was clear for a second time, however this year I have been told its metastasized to my lungs, the layer of fat under my skin, bones around my ribs and spine, liver and, after several seizures this month, I have been told its in also in my brain in several areas. It has spread so fast and so far it is unlikely to be possible for anything to work in the way of a treatment however I am having chemo in an attempt to hold it off. Coronavirus had stopped the opportunity for me to get access to a trial so I am just holding onto what I can control. I am grateful for the opportunity to prepare as many people do not get this especially at a young age and I am making the most of what time I have left, sending gifts to friends and family, taking plenty of photos for the ch

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AITAH for giving guardianship of my son to my aunt over my mother after I die of my terminal cancer

I (21m) have a son who just turned 1, his mum who was my girlfriend died in labour along with the other baby she was carrying. I was diagnosed with terminal cancer 3 months ago and I don't have very long left (two months at most) I have accepted that I'm going to die but now I have to think about what's best for my son.

I had to decide who my boy would go to and I thought my mother(55) naturally but then I started to think of her situation as my older(29) lives with her along with his 5 kids all aged under 5 and I decided not to as mum works and my brother tbh isn't really raising his kids, more dragging them up and can be neglectful. I wasn't going to put my son in that environment as I want someone to actually care for him. So I then thought of my aunt(33) on my dads side. she is a good mother and her husband a good father to their 3 girls and I know they could provide for my son. I asked them and they agreed.

My mother however found out that I wasn't leaving my son with her and sh

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Brain Cancer Survivor / Bodybuilder. Do your worst!
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Why do we hear about breakthroughs in cancer treatment only to never see them again?

I often see articles about breakthroughs in eradicating cancer, only to never hear about them again after the initial excitement. I have a few questions:

  1. Is it exaggeration or misunderstanding on the part of the scientists about the drugs’ effectiveness, or something else? It makes me skeptical about new developments and the validity of the media’s excitement. It can seem as though the media is using people’s hopes for a cure to get revenue.

  2. While I know there have been great strides in the past few decades, how can we discern what is legitimate and what is superficial when we see these stories?

  3. What are the major hurdles to actually β€œcuring” cancer universally?

Here are a few examples of β€œbreakthrough” articles and research going back to 2009, if you’re interested:

2020: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/health-51182451

2019: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/06/190604084838.htm

2017: https://www.google.com/amp/s/time.com/4895010/cancers-newes

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During her battle with cancer and after she beat it
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Dads tattoo's cause daughters cancer, from lack of green juices!
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'The Satanist of Warsaw' (2019) - Story of a Satanic metal musician who beat cancer and defeated the Polish government on blasphemy charges. His band Behemoth then recorded 'The Satanist', often labeled as the most important metal album of the 2010s. [00:27:35] youtube.com/watch?v=Wd37E…
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Some child with cancer is about to have a FABULOUS head of curly hair!
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Prostate cancer is a joke to us
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Cancer scientist working in the lab and taking questions reddit.com/rpan/r/talentS…
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2 years of growth since losing my hair to cancer. Prior to treatment I was straightening my hair daily for YEARS. Now I’m proud to say my hair has been completely heat free since growing it back!!!
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TIL in 1990, Dr. Mary-Claire King discovered the human gene BRCA1 which is linked to breast cancer. Soon after, Myriad Genetics cloned and patented it. She was sent a cease-and-desist letter to stop researching it. Finally in 2013, the US Supreme Court ruled that human genes cannot be patented. hopkinsmedicine.org/resea…
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4 years ago my dad died to cancer. He was the soul reason I got into gaming. It’s only right my first gaming tattoo is next to his memorial on my arm. β€œhave fun, don’t die” life is to short. Do your best to have fun, love others, stay positive and don’t die.
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Girl who beats cancer finally gets to meet her organ donor who saved her life v.redd.it/i1bw69tesky41
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My lad is now cancer free after a preventative op. Looking noble here amongst the classical statues.
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reddit gold cures cancer
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I know most of you won't relate. But here in Quebec we lost the voice of Homer. Hubert Gagnon was the voice of hime from 1991 to 2017 and lost his fight against cancer yesterday.
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It’s a basic meme, but my dad recently beat cancer, and it feels great!
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AITA for yelling at my mother when she said that I had to β€œmake up” for all the chores I missed out on when I had cancer?

I literally cannot believe I’m writing this, but here goes.

I (17F) was diagnosed with β€œstage 4” ALL as a kid. Wasn’t supposed to live. Parents decided to put me through chemotherapy to extend my life for a few months. I ended up surviving and it’s been about a decade since my initial diagnosis. I’m cancer-free now.

My parents own 2 houses. For one, they hire people to clean it, and for the other, we take care of it. My parents are pretty well-off, but they believe in hardworking values and want my brother and I to know how to care for ourselves and our future houses, which I think is great.

The last time we were at the second house (the one we care for), we had an all-day cleaning of the whole house and yard. I wanted to call my friends later in the day, so I decided to get up early and do my end of the chores first so that I would have time to talk with my friends. There was a list of chores on the table. I spent a few hours doing half of the chores on the list. To reiterate: I di

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TIL Three-quarters of U.S. teens and adults are deficient in vitamin D, the so-called "sunshine vitamin" whose deficits are increasingly blamed for everything from cancer and heart disease to diabetes, according to new research. scientificamerican.com/ar…
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Are there types of cancer that are rising in incidence and that are unrelated to smoking/drinking/sun/old age?

Or is it all steady/decreasing over the years?

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When you have no problem acknowledging the science that your weight is making your cancer worse but still don't want to give in to diet culture...
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Happy pride month, and MAPs are cancer
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Terminal cancer

Hey guys,

I was diagnosed terminal a few weeks again. I’ve been battling stage 4 testicular cancer for about a year and half now. Unfortunately the cancer has went to my brain and numerous tumors keep growing. I started high dose chemo but to do stop.

Anyway, I only have about $8,000 in my 401k and I’m thinking about withdrawing the money. I’m not exactly sure how to go about it, it I even can, and what the taxes might be. It’s through Fidelity.

Could use some advice. I’m only 25 and opened this 401k for about a year into my employment (I’ve been working for about 3 years now right out of college but I’m still learning these things).

Had it was more money, I’d probably keep it closed and let it go to my beneficiaries but I could the money right now for myself.

Thanks Alex

Update: Thank you ALL for your well wishes. I didn’t expect it. πŸ’œπŸ€›πŸΌ

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What even is the point of cancer if I don’t get some gross videos out of it to share with y’all. v.redd.it/vj3z93i8ci451
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New Blood Test Detects Multiple Cancer Types with High Accuracy: This test can accurately identify the presence and originating site of 12 high-mortality cancer types, across all stages of progression, with a low false-positive annalsofoncology.org/arti…
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On this day 40 years ago Terry Fox, a 21 year old Canadian who lost a leg to cancer, began an east to west cross-Canada run to raise money and awareness for cancer research. He ran the equivalent of a full marathon every day and made it 143 days and 5,373 km before he lost his battle with cancer
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Cancer survivor /u/FalconMidget discusses disliking being called "a warrior" and being told to "keep fighting", and (in a follow up comment) provides suggestions for how to behave around friends with cancer. reddit.com/r/Wellthatsuck…
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TIL Near the end of filming the movie Matilda, Mara Wilson's mother passed away from breast cancer. Director Danny DeVito was able to show a near final cut of the film to her so she could see her daughters performance. The movie is also dedicated to her memory. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mat…
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AskScience AMA Series: We are statisticians in cancer research, sports analytics, data journalism, and more, here to answer your questions about how statistics opens doors for exciting careers. Ask us anything!

Statistics isn't what you think it is! With a career in statistics, the science of learning from data, you can change the world, have fun, satisfy curiosity and make a good salary. Demand for statisticians is on the rise, and careers in statistics are consistently on best jobs lists. Best of all, statistics applies to just about any field, so you can apply it to a wide range of personal passions. Just ask our real-life statisticians to learn more about the opportunities!

The panelists include:

  • Olivia Angiuli - Research scientist at SignalFire; former Ph.D. student in statistics at UC Berkeley; former data scientist at Quora
  • Rafael Irizarry - Applied statistician performing cancer research as professor and chair of the Department of Data Science at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, professor at Harvard Universit
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My Aunt Linda at 70 beat Stage 3 cancer today in the middle of a pandemic! She got to ring the bell!
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Officially Cancer free dream keyboard built! Rama m60-a Moon, GMK Vaporwave
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Pediatric Cancer Awareness Ribbon to celebrate my daughter being home from the hospital for 2 years today. (MC Survival Mode Map Art)
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One of my favorite things to do with our little doxie when I would get home. She loved zooming around the bed and going into my arms. We had to put her to sleep due to cancer today. I'm gonna miss these zoomies. v.redd.it/z6hfo41jrc451
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Portuguese researchers have discovered, unexpectedly, that the development of powerful cancer and disease-killing T cells within human tissues is promoted by cells with anti-inflammatory properties. The finding could support the creation of the next generation of vaccines and cancer immunotherapies. immunofrontiers.com/regul…
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2020 may suck, but my dad is once again cancer free.

This year has been the worst for many people, including me. But fuck you 2020, my ol Man ain't give a fuck about your bullshit.

That's the post, hope all of you guys lives get a little brighter like mine did today.

Edit: thank you all for the kind words, pretty nice of a thing to wake up to.

Second edit: holy shit there's so many comments now. Thank you all, I wish all of you the best. My old man is also grateful for the positive responses. You giluys are great.

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My dad died of cancer on Thursday. He was an amazing father who did a lot in his life. He didn’t want a service but I’d like to tell people about him. AMA

Edit: I’ve uploaded some photos of my dad and my family to my Instagram for those of you who would like to see him. I’m under the same username there.

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AITA For Wanting to Get Pregnant even though I have Cancer

I am truly hoping that this will be a N-A-H situation, but I fear there is a very really real possibility that I am the AH, therefore I am asking the public to weigh in.Β  I (34F) found out about 7 months ago that I have breast cancer. No family history. No preexisting conditions. No concerns about breast cancer until I happened upon a lump during a routine self exam. I immediately told/showed my husband (39M) the lump and I made an appointment with my primary care physician (PCP) who then referred me to an oncologist, and long story short, I have stage 3 breast cancer and roughly 5+ years to live. After taking some time to seek out a counselor and join a support group (and accept my prognosis), my husband and I notified our families who were understandably DEVASTATED. Our families (both of our parents are still together and each of us have a brother) immediately began asking us about treatment plans regarding chemo and radiation and my husband I explained that I plan on pursing any an

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Brave hockey star Oskar Lindblom, 23, completes cancer treatment - fans flood twitter with votes for beloved Philadelphia Flyers player survivornet.com/articles/…
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Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell took home a 16 mm camera from the Lunar Module that would have otherwise been destroyed. In court, Mitchell believed that the camera was rightfully his and he tried to auction it off to pay the medical bills of his son who had cancer palmbeachpost.com/article…
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my grandma died of cancer early this year so i made this
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Ah yes, cancer dog
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Ilhan Omar Called All Police Officers A "Cancer" That Needs To Be Eradicated youtube.com/watch?v=aq__v…
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I got my CT results back today and I’m finally fully cancer free!<3

Edit: Thankyou so much for all the love! I didn’t think I’d get so much I really appreciate it! It has put such a big smile on my face!:)

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This grind kept me occupied whilst doing my cancer treatment & recovery. Thank you, IW
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When you know that the cancer is deep rooted. A glimpse of police bro culture of silence in Minneapolis.
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Why is the minimum wage only $7.25? Why does the USA have the world's biggest prisons? Why is cancer an automatic bankruptcy? Why can the government print trillions for the Fortune 500, but 50 million Americans are hungry? Why is income inequality at its all-time high in America?
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The phrases "Kick cancer's ass!" and "You beat cancer!" are insulting

When I was 15 I was diagnosed with lymphoma, and the amount of times I heard/saw this being said still pisses me off.

Saying "you kicked its ass woohoo" is to imply that somehow other people didnt. That they just weren't strong enough to beat cancer. It's ridiculous. You lay down and get pumped with various chemicals and you live or die. I got lucky and had a treatable diagnosis. That's it. Other people, young children especially, get worse diagnosis and go through years of struggle only to pass.

How happy or positive you are during treatment doesnt matter. Its fucking cancer, its brutal and doesnt give a damn about the smile on your face. Stop belittling those who died, who tried their best to remain in good spirits, by praising those who got lucky enough to live and being strong enough to "beat" it.

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My mom just lost her battle with cancer today. It’s Mother’s Day - and I’ve lost my mother.

I just recently moved out of state. I knew her time was coming, and I would have waited if I’d known it would be so soon. I kept my distance for weeks for obvious reasons. Now I’ll never see her again. I just need to talk about it. Everyone is too in shock to be much comfort at the moment. My husband tries, but he doesn’t know how to help. My children don’t understand why I’m so sad.

Third time posting. Thanks for making this so much harder to post, reddit.

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SCIENTIST Q&A WHILE HE CURES CANCER reddit.com/rpan/r/talentS…
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What’s the difference between me and cancer?

My dad didn’t beat cancer

Edit: thank you for the gold, 7k upvotes, and 8 followers r/emojiliberationarmy GANGπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ₯΅πŸ₯΅πŸ₯΅πŸ₯΅πŸ₯΅πŸ€€πŸ€€πŸ₯±πŸ₯±πŸ€ πŸ€ πŸ€ πŸ€ πŸ€‘πŸ€‘πŸ€‘πŸ€‘πŸ€‘πŸ˜ˆπŸ˜ˆπŸ˜ˆ

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Mad lad beats cancer
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Lets have a moment of silence for Elaine Shallcross and her battle with cancer and shuvit cancer for all its done for her, rest easy, fly high. ❀ v.redd.it/jixxcaym8l451
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If JJ goes Baldski, he can donate his hair to charity for cancer patients
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(Besides the fact that this is most likely made up and that celebrity drama is a cancer to society) Do you think this is a Chad-move? Please discuss
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Hey guys, my sister has cancer, this is a picture of her. Please pray for her next surgery. (Not serious)
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I took this picture of my mother yesterday before she died of brain cancer at age 59. She will be missed.
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I'm not dying of cancer I'm just bald
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This widowed man with cancer who has fostered over 80 terminally ill children, his name is Mohammed Bzeek.
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Canadian boy with cancer wishes to receive post-cards from Europe as final wish nsbuzz.ca/life/nova-scoti…
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TIL: Lance Armstrong owns a coffee shop in downtown Austin, Texas called "Juan Pelota Cafe". The name is a joking reference to his testicular cancer, with the name "Juan" being considered by some a homophone for "one" and "Pelota" being the Spanish word for "ball". en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lan…
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My sister’s doggo Gus is becoming a tripod tomorrow in order to beat cancer. Wish him luck!
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40M. Was admitted to hospital with suspected COVID. Turns out it wasn't that. Instead, I have cancer. Do your worst.
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AITA for going off on my sister, who has fertility issues, because she thinks that is the same thing (or worse) as my other sister who has cancer?

My eldest sister is 30 (I’ll call her Kate) and my middle sister is 25 (I’ll call her Ava). I am 23. My middle sister and I are closer because my eldest sister is generally uptight, a bit of a narcissist, and thinks she’s more important because she’s the oldest. This is how it’s always been, even before any health issues.

Kate, over the two years, has been trying to have a baby and has fertility issues. My family has been very supportive, and has made sure to not talk about this person and that person getting pregnant, and when we watch tv we don’t watch like, shows that involve birthing. Because the truth is, these issues have turned Kate into an absolute lunatic. Which I understand, because it’s a sad, frustrating and depressing experience, and I empathize with her and always have. But one time, she completely snapped at me when she overheard me telling my mother my weekend plans that involved babysitting. β€œI don’t want to hear about people’s children!”

Anyway. About six months a

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Rosie, an 8 year old cancer survivor with a smile only a mother could love
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It also has cancer but Reddit already has that
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$12,000 worth of cancer pills
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Celebrities are a cancer to society

Aside from a few celebrities, especially today, I say more than a majority (the really famous ones) have a negative influence on society. Sure they are incredible athletes, actors/actresses and musicians, but having opinions on things that have nothing to do with their field is what I’m talking about. A majority of them follow the regular scrips on what to say, always on the side of the popular opinion and seem to believe they are saying something revolutionary. The thing that bothers me most is when uneducated celebrities have opinions on things that they have no information on. We as a society always seem to follow the ideas they present over the majority of the scientific community who dedicate their life to a specific field.

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Breast cancer look for my mom
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You might remember my Dad from his Roger Clark cameo Vid. Here he is after his first radiation treatment for cancer. Feel free to wish him well. You're alright boah.
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Coronavirus is the No. 3 cause of death in the U.S., after heart disease and cancer newsweek.com/coronavirus-…
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Made a warrior princess face shield for a little girl fighting brain cancer.
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6 years ago, I registered on reddit after my father died from cancer

Today I made a cake because I miss him and also it’s my cake day

Here is a photo of the cake I made myself

https://imgur.com/gallery/hzab480

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Social medias are the cancer of mankind.

Social medias are the number 1 reason of exponencial growth of anxiety, depression, bipolarism and everything else related.

We are the guinea pig generation, the lab animal, the testers of this unprecedented form of interaction and communication. We are facing the consequences of it and many years from now this very thing I said will be considered as a true fact by the media and health institutes in general.

The excess of interaction and global visibility we're able to get comes with a devastating psychological price that includes many of child/pre-teen/teen/adult's mental issues.

1-Social media is the place where your subconscious compares YOUR life with other peoples lives, creating a constant feeling of unhappines and unsatisfaction towards your own reality and circunstances. You may not realize it, but its happening.

2-Social media is the place where actual mental diseases are romanticized to the point of creating a collective unconscious state where everyone who's a little sad

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This is my baby cat, Lenny. He has been put to sleep today, due to liver cancer. I will miss him dearly.
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Meet the 101-year-old who was born on a ship during the Spanish flu and just beat coronavirus. Angelina Friedman survived cancer, miscarriages, internal bleeding, sepsis and now not one, but two pandemics. cnn.com/2020/04/28/us/wom…
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My mother blames me for her breast cancer.

Just as the title says, my own mother blames me for her breast cancer. She was diagnosed around two years ago and has been making a strong recovery, but she still blames me. We do not have the best relationship and many fights have caused stress, but to say that I am the cause is really heartbreaking.

The worst part about all of this is that she has been heavily smoking for as long as I (22) could remember. There was not a time I don't remember us not smoking at the smoke shop whenever we go out, and even though she's in remission, she still smokes about half a pack a day. And yet, she blames me for her breast cancer.

It got so bad that she even lies to our doctor about it. (We still go to the same family doctor). One time, when I was alone in the room with my doctor, she asked if my mother was still smoking. My mother would come into the office reeking of cigarettes, so it was pretty obvious that she was still smoking regardless of cancer. When I told my doctor the truth, she confr

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Professor Karol Sikora: In the last two months we should have diagnosed 60,000 people with cancer. No cure has been found, so where have they gone? It's so worrying. This culture of fear is dangerous and it has to stop - it could end up taking more lives than the virus. twitter.com/ProfKarolSiko…
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My ex-gf's dad. Even after we split (still friends) this guy called me up every deer season to come up to his cabin for hunting. Treated me like a son. Died last night in Hospice from Stage 4 Prostate Cancer. RIP dude.
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[Bell] Absolute hard moment to watch on First Take as Max Kellerman makes fun of Giants general manager Gettleman for wearing a surgical mask during the draft last night - without knowing he is a cancer survivor with multiple people from Giants organization in basement with him. twitter.com/nickbeii/stat…
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