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Bah, you're an insensitive male. You probably think women who are raped did something to deserve it.
How do you know when she had the genetic testing done?
Originally posted by ShadellacZumbrum
Originally posted by IgnoranceIsntBlisss
considering the backroom cancer treatments the elite are hoarding from everyone.
Where did you get this information?
If you haven't noticed lately there are allot of actors and actresses dying of Cancer. I guess their "Backroom" must be broke down.
Go onto the IMDB website and look at some of the bios of those who have passed. It is quite alarming how many of those have died from Cancer.
There was a set of three sisters that also had the gene, 2 opted for surgery and the other not... The last one developed ovarian cancer that's going to kill her.
... three sisters tested positive for BRCA2, a gene disorder that brings an 80 per cent risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer.
... Eldest sister Chrissy Keepence and middle sister Veronica Neave both acted quickly to have hysterectomies and their breasts removed. But Elisha, only 30 at the time, decided to wait to have more children - a decision that will cost her life.
The U.S. Supreme Court is about to decide whether a private company can own a part of your body.
Currently, a company called Myriad Genetics “owns” two genes known as BRCA 1 and BRCA2 –or Breast Cancer 1 and Breast Cancer 2. Women with certain mutations in these genes have a strong chance of getting breast or ovarian cancer.
This has very dangerous implications for women’s health, and it’s illegal. The ACLU has filed a lawsuit challenging the validity of these gene patents. On April 15, 2013, the ACLU argued the case before the U.S. Supreme Court. We expect a decision this summer.