2 thoughts on “Why I Don’t Race for The Cure – Explained by survivor Chris Wark (5:40)

  1. The reason I don’t race for the cure relates to the refusal of the American Cancer Society groups to take an active role in preventing cancer – by speaking out against nuclear power and weapons and the toxic chemicals polluting our air, water and food, as well as common household and beauty products.

    Cancer was virtually unknown before the 20th century – when these endocrine disrupting industrial toxins first became widespread.

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    • I agree, my main contribution and most potent solution to prevent cancer is to BOYCOTT everything that causes cancer. Is that too much to ask of everyone, am I speaking way over everyone’s head? Simple logic and common sense, DUH! 🙂
      As always, thank you Dr. Bramhall for your supportive commentary!

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