Storybook Project's breast cancer boo...

Storybook Project's breast cancer book aims to help moms talk...

There are 2 comments on the story from Dec 3, 2013, titled Storybook Project's breast cancer book aims to help moms talk.... In it, reports that:

Of all the difficult conversations parents have to have with their kids, one of the most difficult might be the one that goes like this: "Mommy has a serious disease.

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Myrtle Beach, SC

#1 Dec 3, 2013
The ACS has failed. This disease has shown no progress in 60 years. Yes, the diagnostics, treatments, and drugs are better. The simple fact is the survival rate is unchanged and re-currence is still a problem. How much more money will be thrown at "research" with no tangible results? The fact is there is no profit in a cure. To the contrary, a cure would be devastating for the economy. If we had the ability to find a cure we'd have found it by now.

Since: Feb 09

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#2 Dec 4, 2013
sadly, theres no simple cure for any kind of cancer.

but I refuse to believe its because of profit..

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