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Another healhful thing to cook with that some say has positive effects wrt to cancer is turmeric.
He just fucked himself in the ass with his health care because of it.
The lady who cured herself did not have pancreatic cancer, so there's that. Additionally, I strongly believe cancer to be an environmental disease, otherwise how do you explain the huge spike in the 20th century, right around the same time plastics and pesticides took off. Lastly, health is a lifelong journey. Jobs may have been doing a lot of right things, but I'm sure he was doing at least a few things that weren't helping his cancer. High stress job for sure didn't help him.
strongly believe cancer to be an environmental disease
Only 19 percent of Hawaii residents suffer from obesity.
Cancer is a genetic disease.
just_passing_through saysCancer is a genetic disease.I might believe that about the cases pre-industrial revolution. But when I hear that we're trending to half of all males, and 1/3 of all females getting cancer, there's no way that's genetics. Those numbers are from a talk I attended when I used to work at Illumina a few years back.
https://www.healthnutnews.com/astounding-number-medical-procedures-no-benefit-even-harm-jama-study/ Then there’s this
Are you saying that the article is biased or the JAMA study is biased?I don’t think there is some huge conspiracy going onI think that medicine and healthcare are not impervious to the pitfalls of The Financialization of Everything. It appears that there’s plenty of wasteful practices in the industry and it’s safe to assume they’re not done in the nane of health but rather profits
Pre industrial revolution most people didn't live long enough to get most cancers. If people had lived long enough back then they would have gotten cancers in larger numbers also. Cancer wasn't always diagnosed either.
Very very few doctors (and those should go to jail) would go along with something that they didn't believe first and foremost was benefiting the patient.