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Cancer......

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Sacrimo, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. Burger_Bling

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    Yes that is true, but it's a chance none the less
     
  2. iCrayon

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    why do people bring there life problems onto a wc3 problem? its not nessesary

    no offense sacrimo :)
     
  3. Sacrimo

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    None taken, I was just sad when I wrote this and I didn't think of commen sense. and Btw, thank you all for your concerns. She is going to do the surgery, to remove her breasts....man, this is gonna be a change
     
  4. Dumblor

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    Poor guy thou art. Well I guess when we talk about life those 40% are very very much , and most likely I guess your mother will live. By the way , I don't see anything bad when he speaks in the off topic about it.
     
  5. brad.dude03

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    1) Learn to speak the English language properly.
    2) "why do people bring there life problems onto a wc3 problem" this makes absolutely no sense to me. I'm assuming that you use the word 'problem' interchangeably with the word 'website'.
    3) This is in fact a WarCraft III website, yes, but this is the Off-Topic section. As long as the post is not spam (see the rules, you could probably do with looking them over yourself) it is perfectly valid.

    In conclusion, this post is perfectly legitimate. It's posted in the proper section, it is not a spam topic, and people often turn to the communities that they belong to online when seeking help when family and friends don't do it for them.
     
  6. Gausslander

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    huh, this makes my Jawvinitus seem, well it's about equal to my Jawvinitus. (Disease where you cannot eat, lasts 2 weeks, I lost 36 pounds).
     
  7. GST_Nemisis

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    just as a note, we do not conciously control any of our cells, they are all effectively "automatic", we only control the organs and tissues these cells create. i think you mean stem cells which are found in the lower spine (mainly). these cells are unspecialised and could be used to regenerate any part of the body. unfourtunately they would not help to fight cancer (i dont think) because cancer is a disease of cell mutation. and advantage they could give would be to regenerate body parts if they have to be removed to get rid of the mutated cells, this would be especially useful in lung cancer. most modern research focuses around specialised drugs that "target" the mutated cells, because these cells are different from normal cells these drugs could be able to pick them out but not every cell. these drugs are very hard to develop however do to the complexity of cells in general.



    stem cells are not placebos. a placebos is a sub concious implementation of healing which promotes a genuine effect of healing due to mental well-ness. its reliability and effectiveness is debated. i personally think you can make someone fell better mentall but you cannot physically heal them at all with placebos. i am intrested in looking into more research on this so if i see any intresting articles i might make a new thread.

    i dont know if you are joking but i am fairly sure there is no disease called "Jawvinitus".

    google agrees with me. perhaps you mean lockjaw(tetnus)?

    anyways, not being able to eat for 2 weeks would be life risking, you would be on a drip. if you were on a drip you would not lose that much weight in 2 weeks. cancer is considerably worse than being on a drip, especially when cancer is so complicated and deadly it really doesnt even come close.
     
  8. aarkshark

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    Ugh. Cancer sucks. I lost my dog AND my granfather in one month to it. Belive it or not, I actually care about this. Hang tough man. It might not be fatal.
     
  9. Sacrimo

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    Nicely said Brad...............well the surgery will begin in about... 2 hours just dropping in to say this then im heading off to the hospital