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48. Re: Out of the Blue Apr 30, 2013, 21:25 Mr. Tact
Steele Johnson wrote on Apr 30, 2013, 18:05:
Most common cases of cancer are for the most part, a man-made disease. It's a side-effect from something unnatural. Anyone with common sense knows that by now.
I think you are confusing man-caused activities which increase the chances of getting cancer with the cause of cancer. For instance, smoking tobacco increasing the chances of contracting lung cancer. Cancer is a normal biological process gone bad. While self initiated activities can increase the chances of cells doing this, cancer is not dependent on them. People who never smoked might get lung cancer. And someone who smokes 3 packs a day may live to 80 without ever getting lung cancer. However, over large populations, smokers will get lung cancer more often.
Truth is brutal. Prepare for pain.
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