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Deadly mystery: Cancer study targets racial disparities

There are 32 comments on the Polk County Democrat story from Oct 11, 2011, titled Deadly mystery: Cancer study targets racial disparities. In it, Polk County Democrat reports that:

Thousands of women are helping scientists learn more about breast cancer in African-Americans, including why it strikes young black women more aggressively and more often than white women.

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Gypshunz n Hebrewz

Tempe, AZ

#24 Oct 14, 2011
F$%k all dat Vitmain D Bullsheeit, we god dem melanin powerz yall.. dem piowerz build da pyramodz wit our mindz, gneosmayin...WE GYPSHUNZ N HEBREWZ N VIKINGZ N CHINEZE N SHEEIT, GNOEMSAYIN. WE BIBLICAL N SCHOLARZ N GOD BIG DIKS YALL
Hotep Shalom Salami

“Purple girl in a purple world”

Since: Apr 08

Plum, Purplonia

#25 Oct 14, 2011
Gail Perry wrote:
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Instead of trying to "signal," I suggest you say "I don't want to discuss this with you further."
However, I will always confront misinformation. That's just how it is. Wakefraud is a liar who deliberately misled a lot of people who are facing really significant problems and it's just not right.
There was no misinformation in my posts. I only presented my opinions, and opinions are never wrong. Wakefield never lied as you keep libeling him to say. He was set up and framed by the same White man's vaccine industry you either work for or which either bought you off.

I hinted twice that I didn't want to speak to you any more, and there is no excuse for you not getting that. You are a woman, presumably, and women are wired inside to be better at understanding hints. Any white person could have read my posts and noticed I was through speaking to you, and they apparently have half our brains. So I am finished. If you want to have the last word, I'll be lady enough to let you have it, since it is obviously so important to you.
Gail Perry

Saint Petersburg, FL

#26 Oct 15, 2011
R0utin3Ri0t wrote:
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Interesting. The study I read, if I remember correctly, also suggested that estrogen in products such as shampoo also contribute to the problem.
A "study" is not always research. People have always speculated that hair dye, or hair products, or deodorant, can cause breast cancer. It's been disproven, but the notion continues to circulate.
Gypshunz n Hebrewz

Tempe, AZ

#27 Oct 15, 2011
vitmin d beez raciss n sheeit, dey vitaminz be jeaoluz of r pyramidz buildin n sheeit, gnoemsayin?

“BLESSED ARE THOSE WHO GIVE!”

Since: Sep 08

Hergeisa

#28 Oct 15, 2011
R0utin3Ri0t wrote:
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Interesting. The study I read, if I remember correctly, also suggested that estrogen in products such as shampoo also contribute to the problem.
I have not heard of that. If you can find the link that would be great.
Janette

Jackson Heights, NY

#29 Oct 15, 2011
Summersville Lass wrote:
Vitamin D.. full stop!
The lack of Vitamin D also explains the far higher rate of Diabetes in people with dark skin.
Epidemiological studies have suggested that if every American were getting enough Vitamin D, cancer rates would drop by 70%.
Most Americans don’t get near enough vitamin D. And among African Americans, vitamin D deficiency is a “hidden epidemic”.. low levels are to blame for higher rates of diseases such as hypertension, heart disease and diabetes. The Chicago Sun-Times went even further, linking African-American death rates from aggressive forms of breast and prostate cancer to low levels of vitamin D.
Cancer of the Breast, Prostate and Colon are associated with Vitamin D deficiency. So is multiple sclerosis and most other "auto-immune" diseases. I have reversed my MS 100%(to the point where the lesions on my brain have disappeared) by taking 10,000 iu Vitamin D3 daily.
In the body, vitamin D is produced by sun exposure. But Americans aren’t exposed to as much sunlight as we used to be—either because we’re inside watching TV or hunched over computers or avoiding the sun to prevent skin cancer.
Avoidance of ANY product containing the word "Hydrogenated" is essential, because these artifically hardened fats are metabolically useless and are now being implicated in a wide range of chronic disease states. Use Olve Oil, use Butter.. use lard (IF you can get it from a free range animal..) use cage-free eggs..preferably from outdoor birds, as THEY will have locked up Vitamin D in THEIR tissues with adequate sun exposure.
Take 1000 units of Vitamin D,with lunch or with dinner every day,(best taken with meals,and you will get substantial Vitamin D.,taking more than 2000 units a day can cause constipation,and overdose.Not expensive,one buy a bottle of vitamin D,can be bought for as little as 6 bucks.
As for hydrogenized fats,it's a fat that hardens in the blood,instead of becoming soluble.Lard,butter,are the common hydrogenized fats,there are others.Use non-hydrogenized oils,like canola oil,olive oil,sunflower oil.Deserts,cakes,pies,donuts, pies, cookies,usually contain an amount of hydrogenated fat.Even though trans fats,are now banned from foods,by the food and drug Administration,hydrogenated fat in foods has not been banned. We all like a cake,pie, or couple cookies,now and then,and not likely to ban it from our diet.Just best because of their hydrogenated fat content,to keep pies,cookies,cakes,to a minimum,because unless the cake,pie,cookies are organicly prepared,they will contain harmful hydrogenized fat in it's mixture,so I'd eat these deserts to a minimum.
BW r LAB RATS

United States

#30 Oct 15, 2011
Telling bw they are being used as lab rats is fruitless and to do so, a bm runs the risk of being called a bw hater.

I know several techniques used to give bw breast cancer but, trying to tell them is foolish.
BW r LAB RATS

United States

#31 Oct 15, 2011
It's a deadly mystery to bw and white people know exactly what's going on.

THAT'S WHY THE OP IS GLOATING
Gail Perry

Saint Petersburg, FL

#32 Oct 16, 2011
Purple Gurl wrote:
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There was no misinformation in my posts. I only presented my opinions, and opinions are never wrong. Wakefield never lied as you keep libeling him to say. He was set up and framed by the same White man's vaccine industry you either work for or which either bought you off.
I hinted twice that I didn't want to speak to you any more, and there is no excuse for you not getting that. You are a woman, presumably, and women are wired inside to be better at understanding hints. Any white person could have read my posts and noticed I was through speaking to you, and they apparently have half our brains. So I am finished. If you want to have the last word, I'll be lady enough to let you have it, since it is obviously so important to you.
Yes, it is important to me that the parents of autistic children not be lied to by the likes of Wakefaraud. He was not set up. He saw an opportunity to make money and didn't care who he hurt in the process. I can back that up. If you can back up your claim of racist motivations (with more than "it's happened before") I'll be just as outraged by that.

You have made a whole lot of assumptions about me, apparently based on my race. That makes you a racist but does not prove that I am one.

I'm not even going to try to convince you about how outraged I am by racism or the number of acquaintances I have made in Florida who I dropped cold because they did things like use the "N" word. You seem so quick to judge non-Blacks as racist that it is, apparently, hopeless. However, I will tell you that the godfather of one of my children happens to be Black. Typically parents pick people they think exemplify what is best in the people they want around their children, so others who aren't as biased can make their own judgments.

For you I will ask for your evidence that Wakefraud was duped by racist drug companies with real, CURRENT data (yes, I know the appalling history).
Gail Perry

Saint Petersburg, FL

#33 Oct 16, 2011
Oh, by the way, "Purple" -- I neither work for a drug company nor have I been "bought off" by anyone. Is someone paying you to be here?

“I'm just a Routined”

Since: Mar 09

Plattsburgh, NY

#34 Oct 16, 2011
Somali guy1 wrote:
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I have not heard of that. If you can find the link that would be great.
I'm going to keep looking.
Gail Perry

Saint Petersburg, FL

#35 Oct 16, 2011
AND -- by the way, Purple -- I libeled no one. The truth is the ultimate defense against fraud, and I spoke the truth. Wakefield (Wakefraud) cooked his research books. It's been provn; the publication it was in has pulled it out and let the entire medical comunity know; that's how it is.

There's no point in standing behind a fraud just because he says something someone wants to hear.

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