Opening with a quote, ” There are two ways to be fooled, one is to believe what is not truth and another is to refuse to believe what is true- Soren Kierkegaard (was a Danish philosopher, theologian, poet, social critic and religious author who is widely considered to be the first existentialist philosopher).
Breast cancer awareness month has just gotten underway, which means the Great Pink Push is being unleashed. The cancer industry will shift into overdrive, urging women everywhere to get their mammogram screenings as they beg for cash donations for breast cancer research. All the while providing little in the way of practical preventative tips and tools that women can use to avoid this common form of cancer. Original article: Posted by: Ty Bollinger
There are many reasons to hope, 15 million in fact, the number of those cancer survivors. Says Rick Boulay.
Study by authors Mei-Sing Ong and Kenneth Mandl : They say their findings indicate that the cost of breast cancer overtreatment appears to be much higher than previously estimated and around- $4 billion and includes cost false-positive mammograms and breast cancer over diagnosis. Some Thoughts