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Boycott the Komen Foundation and the American Cancer Society

• http://wakeup-world.com, By Sydney Ross Singer
 Does wearing constrictive bras for long periods of time daily contribute to breast cancer?

It does… according to at least 5 research studies and numerous healthcare providers, including oncologists and MD’s. Even some lingerie manufacturers have developed new bra designs hoping to minimize lymphatic constriction and thereby help prevent breast cancer, citing the bra-cancer theory for their patents.

But it doesn’t… according to the American Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen Foundation, fundraising giants of the cancer detection and treatment world. These foundations consider the link absurd and unworthy of serious consideration, and unquestionably assume that research showing a link must have some other explanation besides bras.

Shrugging off the bra-cancer link is killing hundreds of thousands of women and wasting billions of dollars in unnecessary detection and treatment. I am calling for a boycott of these organizations until they stop dismissing the bra-cancer link, and begin educating doctors and women about the cancer hazards of wearing tight bras that constrict blood- and lymphatic-flow to the breasts.
 
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Comment by Ed Price
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Let's see. The American Cancer Society was formed in 1913, over 100 years ago. What have they been doing all this time? Sitting on their butts and collecting money? What is all that research really for? Haven't they figured out that nature is way too complicated for them to cure anything? Or are they sitting on the cure so that they can get more funding?

I wouldn't trust anything that they might say. Why not? Because they just keep on keeping on. And people keep on dying of cancer.

Do they ever tell the truth? Probably. But who knows which time? At least one knows to not believe a pathological liar. But these jokers keep on tickling our need - if not our curiosity - and then we die anyway.

Not only would I not advise trusting them, but I would run away as fast as I could.


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