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J_Westlock 23 Mar 2019

You have gone quiet on me, J Westlock I mentioned about potential cancerous effects on eating meat yes… not the rest. Personally, I don’t eat meat but for animal welfare reasons.

SaraRacano 23 Mar 2019

You have gone quiet on me, J Westlock Were you not the one warning us about tabacco, arsenic, alcohol & asbestos & meats? Linking additives to various cancers? Notice Starbucks in California putting cancer warnings on their products! Food companies for a very long while have tried to hide the effects of caffiene.

J_Westlock 22 Mar 2019

You have gone quiet on me, J Westlock I have to work just occasionally! Watched it…interesting video esp. about Trump’s involvement. I did know about asbestiform minerals (being a Geologist) and that they can have health impacts when those seams are disturbed. I’m not sure how the video relates to the rest of your comments about food companies etc. Certainly if the average American ate half as much they would be a lot healthier.

SaraRacano 22 Mar 2019

You have gone quiet on me, J Westlock Watch the video!

frog_in_a_tree 22 Mar 2019

You have gone quiet on me, J Westlock Are they adding asbestos to our Pringles??? Frog

SaraRacano 22 Mar 2019

You have gone quiet on me, J Westlock Another is the huge symmetry link between sugar/diabetes & Alzheimer’s disease. Don´t confuse the old Alzheimer’s disease with the one first found in 1906 with today´s they are different. Today´s Alzheimer´s may just be a severe form of dementia. Look how all food companies make their foods highly scientifically to vanishing caloric density, basically they are tricking you that´s why you have to eat the whole box of chocolates or Pringles. Asbestos, big boy? One way or another these food companies are going to get you!

SaraRacano 21 Mar 2019

From the Philadelphia tourist department

SaraRacano 20 Mar 2019

Any ideas what´s wrong with this woman´s neck? The joys of HD TV, she is covering something over with serious make-up. D2D3oGZX0AAzIz3.jpg1200x675 84 KB D2D3mzHWsAIV_4d.jpg1200x675 128 KB

SaraRacano 20 Mar 2019

Who stated thorium was safe? I never said this stuff was safe no pesticide has ever been researched for their long term health effects. There are quite a few potential carcinogens in food you need to know what all these e numbers are that’s how they are disguised. You go on about these meats but the same preservatives can be used in many other food. You need to look closely at nitrites which can cause NHL & possibly HL. There may be more than one variable with various cancers. This is why most cancer charities are cons, if you don´t know what causes the cancers how are you likely to ever find a cure? & the best cure of all is probably prevention. If it´s not cancer, it will be heart disease the only thing you can be guaranteed is that you´re going to die you just hope it´s not to painful. They say dying young is bad but getting old & dying isn´t much better! If you´re interested in prostate cancer, what about caffeine as a cause? the growth in caffeine consumption between 1980 to around 2015, has been roughly 20% the same growth rates as prostate cancer.

J_Westlock 20 Mar 2019

Who stated thorium was safe? Thought you might be interested in this Hardcore… BBC News US jury rules weedkiller a cancer 'factor' Jury to consider damages after one of the world's most widely-used weedkillers is blamed for cancer.

frog_in_a_tree 17 Mar 2019

Are you a unicorn farting rainbows, frog in tree? I wonder if there is a vaccine we could give you? Back in your box Sara. Frog

SaraRacano 17 Mar 2019

Are you a unicorn farting rainbows, frog in tree? Taking immunosuppressive drugs, no vaccine will help you. Dying of measels in the UK I don´t think is aviodable & neither would be considered preventable because ALL patients are seriously ill. Mass innoculation in Victorian times probably would have done very little because people had serious underlying conditions!

frog_in_a_tree 17 Mar 2019

Are you a unicorn farting rainbows, frog in tree? More nonsense from you Sara, I don’t know why you assume that I don’t care about petrochemical pollutions. However, the discussion was about measles vaccinations. Sure, comparatively few die of measles and some of those may havevunderlying conditions, but the vaccine prevention is cheap and effective and avoidable deaths can be prevented. You are on the losing side of the scientific debate. Frog

SaraRacano 17 Mar 2019

Are you a unicorn farting rainbows, frog in tree? Planet earth calling: Let´s assume there are 65m living within the UK, 1642 cases of measel that equates to a 0.0025% probabilty of getting the disease & dying from it is a virtual improbable. You nearly have a greater chance of dying through getting hit by an astroid from space!!! I think driving around the kids in a diseal polluting PCP car loan, car is more ignorant than any vaccine argument theory. This isn´t the Victorian times this is 2019!!! Wakey, wakey! I can actually remember the big epidemics of the early 60s. Great! But do you remember anyone (that was remotely healthy that hadn´t had a lung transplant) dying from the disease?

frog_in_a_tree 17 Mar 2019

Are you a unicorn farting rainbows, frog in tree? Sara, You are so determined to prove your anti-vacc thesis that you are immune to the logic of the data. Sure there are occasional spikes in infection because not everyone is innoculated. I can actually remember the big epidemics of the early 60s. It takes time to build up herd immunity and we can see clearly that this begins to take effect in the early 1990’s as a greater percentage of the population is benefiting from mass immunisation. The ignorance that you promote, Sara, kills people and you should be ashamed. Frog in a tree

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