But among Jewish women of Ashkenazi, or
European, descent, the two mutations are especially prevalent.
And we were told that they are "God's own people"?
But that's OK, because the study says they don't appear to be any
more "at risk"*** than anyone else.
Patricia Hartge, a National Cancer Institute
researcher who wrote an accompanying editorial. She added,
however, that the finding gives women who know they have the
mutation and their doctors another factor to consider as they
ponder such precautionary measures as prophylactic surgery
before the onset of the disease.
How about that? "Have your breasts removed before you get
cancer in them!".
What a FUCKING BRILLIANT idea!
Goes together with "Have your brain removed before you get a
tumour in it".
Obviously Patricia Hartge has already had the
***"at risk": Ladies, the only risk you run is being
"diagnosed with breast cancer" when you haven't got breast
cancer at all.
See www.pfnh.org for the statistics on mis-diagnosis: http://www.pfnh.org/article.php?id=121
... you have a SEVENTY PERCENT chance of being MIS-DIAGNOSED ... and
having to undergo a COMPLETELY UNNECESSARY mastectomy ... assuming
you listen to, and take the advice of, your Big Pharma Puppet aka
In short, your main risk comes from your GP (and absurd articles,
like the main subject of this e-mail). And, of course, Numpties
like Patricia Hartge.