No More Biopsy Blues!

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      “This is the day that the LORD has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it.” – Psalms 118:24 KJV



      UPDATE – Oct. 30, 2020 – When I created this, I was 4 years cancer-free. Today, it’s more like 8 going on 9, in the spring of 2021. I still about what it took to arrive at this point. While living through a declared pandemic, being a Breast Cancer Conqueror [see, it gets capitals!] fades away a little bit. Remember back in March, all of the news channels were basically declaring me dead – pre-existing conditions, of a certain age, of a certain body type. I was like – should I rearrange my insurance? However, I got over that quick.

      And today, five years after I first wrote this section, I still wonder why breast cancer – no, all cancers – have become so prevalent over the last 20 – 30 years. My first thought is environmental – car emissions, manufacturers lying about how pollution-free their vehicles are, or factories sending out more toxins in the air. Take your pick. Everything that we know that aggravates the condition, is still on the market. They aren’t being removed from circulation, nor is additional information being provided as to its danger; at least no more than we already have been told or have been able to ascertain.

      “Why? We all know why, whether we admit it or not – CORPORATE GREED. It’s so entrenched at this point, they really don’t care if you live or die.” This is in quotes because since we’ve been dealing with the Coronavirus, it’s been proven to be true. There’s a large segment of the population that I happen to belong to who is being killed off in various methods and it didn’t just begin in 2020. And yet, we keep coming, we keep fighting, and we keep winning battles. In spite of a whole lot of things. So we keep going.

      It’s still true – big data has calculated how much you’ll spend during your lifetime. And the insurance actuarial tables have been calculating your life for many, many years now. At the point where you realize you’ve been screwed, it’s almost too late. BUT – it’s never too late to change. That’s what this forum is about – making changes to a  healthier lifestyle, based on verifiable information. What you need to be here is an open mind and the ability to intelligently analyze the info we provide and what you might get elsewhere. All doctors worth their salt will tell you that making substantive changes in your lifestyle today will lead to better health, better brain function, and overall improved well-being.

      I continue to seek knowledge to help you navigate this journey of life healthier and more productively. God Bless.



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      Today on PBS NewsHour, there was a story about doctors who are teaching their patients how to eat healthier, providing nutritionists’ information for the patients. There’s a big workshop sponsored by Harvard’s School of Medicine that been going on for several years. Then in California, the petrie dish for everything new, there was another workshop where doctors cooked a variety of meals and entrees, with instructions for the attendees.

      You would think that doctors would have told patients about the benefits of changing their diets a long time ago, but obviously, that’s not the case. The guy @Harvard Med who started this event was so happy because he has 20 universities on board at this time. Are they hesitating because they think they’ll lose money by telling patients what the real problem is? Something to consider…

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