Miracle cures

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I like how the idiot describes it as a primary then mentions mets to his brain.

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I think he's in for some bitter disappointment.
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People think the ends of a bell curve are miracles.

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And the bulge in the middle is God's dick!
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shemp wrote: Sat May 11, 2019 10:09 pm And the bulge in the middle is God's dick!
Well, they are the ones getting fucked.

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Brain cancer even develops in those without one.

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Cancer Quackery On YouTube
Many outlets are covering the story of Mari Lopez, a YouTuber who claimed, along with her niece, Liz Johnson, that a raw vegan diet cured her breast cancer. Johnson recently updated the videos with a notice that Mari Lopez died of cancer in December 2017. She has refused, however, to take down the videos.
The niece blames the failure of this raw vegan diet to cure her aunt on her aunt not following the diet strictly enough. And also "spiritual" failures.
According to all reports, Liz exhibits all the signs of full denial. How does she explain the failure of the vegan diet?

“My aunt was inconsistent in her diet and spiritual life,” she wrote on YouTube. “[She] did not continue [a] juicing/raw vegan diet when she got diagnosed again, she chose to do radiation and chemo.”

She lost faith in the end. Liz also blames eating food cooked in a microwave. And of course, in desperation (also common) Mari relented late in the game and acquiesced to standard treatment, but it was too late. But that allows Liz to blame the science-based treatment on her aunt’s death. Of course, the simplest explanation is that the vegan diet did nothing for the cancer, which simply went through its natural history with a completely predictable outcome. No evidence, however, will shake the true-believer. I should note at this point that there is no evidence that any diet can treat cancer. Restrictive diets, if anything, are only likely to sap the patient of needed strength and nutrition as they fight the cancer and to recover from treatment.

There is another aspect to this story, which is incidental but is also very common – there was definitely a spiritual angle to Mari’s faith in the vegan diet. She reported that God lead her to the best fruits and vegetables to treat her cancer. She also believes that faith cured her of her homosexuality. Faith and spirituality are intimately intertwined with so-called alternative treatments, and this case is a good reflection of that.
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Yeah...I know of another woman who opted to "go the juicing route" and not "go the chemo route." No dearth of thoughts and prayers. Died painfully in less than two years after diagnosis. Eventually "went the chemo route" but by then...ah well. Near the end, surgeries to stabilize her spine because the metastasis did to her bones what one might expect. Left two small children.



Granted, chemo might not have put the cancer into remission, but untreated cancer...ah, well.
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I recall a few decades ago, something like that was sold in Italy where the cheapest source for brain was British.

So much for promoting intelligence.

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Doctor X wrote: Sun Jun 13, 2021 6:04 am I recall a few decades ago, something like that was sold in Italy where the cheapest source for brain was British.

So much for promoting intelligence.

– J.D.
How else are we going to get a zombie apocalypse?

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Though victims of variant CJD are reduced to something less than zombie.

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True. There's not a damn thing about that that is remotely funny.
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I agree.

While rare, they are fascinating diseases. The only inheritable transmissible disease I am aware of. As with much neurological, the different versions reveal a great deal about the human brain, which is cold comfort to the sufferers of these fatal conditions.

– J.D.