Medicine. The oppression of prediction. Ruined lives.


In Israel there is an orgasm of gene pre-screening tests regarding breast cancer genes. (1)

Ruined psychologies…

Ruined families…

Mastectomies and early marriages, because of the fear of statistics.

Prediction is a good thing. But a prediction whose result is accepted anyway as “true” seizes to be a “prediction” and starts becoming an oppression. The fear of death has overpowered the lust for life. Life destroyed by medicine – the very same tool which used to protect it…

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  1. jbw0123

    In the New York Times this morning, an article by a woman who had testing done by three companies, with varying results. “[T]he major issue, experts say, is that the causes of most common diseases remain unknown. Genes account for just 5 to 20 percent of the whole picture.”

    1. furiouscuriouscancersurvivor

      The saddest breast cancer patients except for the metastatic ones are the preventative mastectomy ones followed by the stage o ones. Oppression by false postitive mammogram/ovetreatment.results in mutilation.

  2. jbw0123

    Talk about being tempted by the fruit of the tree of knowledge. Sad and frustrating.

  3. furiouscuriouscancersurvivor

    Reblogged this on Furious Curious Cancer Survivor.

  4. furiouscuriouscancersurvivor

    Nobody seems to wonder why cancer prefers the breasts

    1. skakos

      What do you mean? Why?

      1. furiouscuriouscancersurvivor

        The oppression comes also from the dairy industry. Research from countries with big dairy industries have produced research that claims that eating a lot of dairy helps you not get hormonal cancers. This is misleading. It’s likely that the biggest culprit in prostrate/breast c is dairy and the multitude of hormones they contain. I am five years out and avoid dairy.

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