Kylie has breast cancer

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rh71

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long island has the highest rate of breast cancer in the country. I help my wife out regularly. No joke. Well sorta... ;)
 

dmcowen674

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Originally posted by: rh71
Long Island New York has the highest rate of breast cancer in the country.

Originally posted by: dmcowen674
Women all around the world should be alarmed.

Kylie is only 36.

Anastacia was diagnosed last year at 29.

I lost my Mom to Breast Cancer 4 years ago. (died on her 60th Birthday)

I lost my Ex sister-inlaw to it 5 years ago. (Diagnosed at 38)

Just lost my Grandmother to it 2 weeks ago.

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We are from Long Island. Left in 1987. I did not know it has the highest rate in the Country.

Must be all the chemicals released in the ground back when Long Island used to produce a huge portion of the War Machinery for this Country.

Also made the Lunar Module as well.
 

Nitemare

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Originally posted by: cain
Originally posted by: Qwest
that Agent Provocateur commercial is what hooked me.

which one was that?

her music is actually not bad

Think that is the one of her riding the mechanical bull in only her bra and panties.

Originally posted by: Amused
Poor girl already looks like she needs to eat something.

I have a sausage for her.
 

cyclohexane

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Originally posted by: Nitemare
Originally posted by: cain
Originally posted by: Qwest
that Agent Provocateur commercial is what hooked me.

which one was that?

her music is actually not bad

Think that is the one of her riding the mechanical bull in only her bra and panties.

Originally posted by: Amused
Poor girl already looks like she needs to eat something.

I have a sausage for her.

:Q
 

gshock888

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Mar 28, 2003
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well she had better A than T so she can take comfort in that. thank god her ass is fine.

all jokings aside, this is sad.
my gf lost her mom to breast cancer 4 years ago :(
 

eelw

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Originally posted by: Forsythe
Originally posted by: redly1
there's some nice NSFW pics of the breasts in question over at Fark

Show me, i demand that of you.

Damn, you're lazy.

I never knew there are so many nude shots of Kylie floating around :)
 

gshock888

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no $$$ immediately, but the women (and a few men) that can be saved!!! these lives might be of the next pop star, porn star, president (uh oh should i put my flame suit on?), or family member! you cant talk money when you talk about the lives of so many people :(

big old pharmaceuticals = evil

billions wasted on viagra, yet no cure for breast cancer. for shame!
 

bob4432

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Originally posted by: gshock888
no $$$ immediately, but the women (and a few men) that can be saved!!! these lives might be of the next pop star, porn star, president (uh oh should i put my flame suit on?), or family member! you cant talk money when you talk about the lives of so many people :(

big old pharmaceuticals = evil

billions wasted on viagra, yet no cure for breast cancer. for shame!

i agree, but that is the reality of it
 

Geekbabe

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Originally posted by: gshock888
no $$$ immediately, but the women (and a few men) that can be saved!!! these lives might be of the next pop star, porn star, president (uh oh should i put my flame suit on?), or family member! you cant talk money when you talk about the lives of so many people :(

big old pharmaceuticals = evil

billions wasted on viagra, yet no cure for breast cancer. for shame!

The real shame is how little money is invested in research for prostrate cancer.

A man can reproduce till the die he dies, a woman and her breasts are basically useless and pretty ugly once menopause hits since the incidence of breast CA goes highest at/after menopause.. which disease would we be better off finding a cure for ? I'd say it's prostrate cancer.
 

bob4432

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Originally posted by: Geekbabe
Originally posted by: gshock888
no $$$ immediately, but the women (and a few men) that can be saved!!! these lives might be of the next pop star, porn star, president (uh oh should i put my flame suit on?), or family member! you cant talk money when you talk about the lives of so many people :(

big old pharmaceuticals = evil

billions wasted on viagra, yet no cure for breast cancer. for shame!

The real shame is how little money is invested in research for prostrate cancer.

A man can reproduce till the die he dies, a woman and her breasts are basically useless and pretty ugly once menopause hits.. which disease would we be better off finding a cure for ? I'd say it's prostrate cancer.

they(the big pharmceutical companies) probably already have a cure on their shelves, just want others to suffer so they can make tons of $$$ on treatments that just keep people alive. with all the technology we have today with distributed computing and science, it is obvious they learned their lesson when they cured polio.
 

Geekbabe

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Originally posted by: bob4432
Originally posted by: Geekbabe
Originally posted by: gshock888
no $$$ immediately, but the women (and a few men) that can be saved!!! these lives might be of the next pop star, porn star, president (uh oh should i put my flame suit on?), or family member! you cant talk money when you talk about the lives of so many people :(

big old pharmaceuticals = evil

billions wasted on viagra, yet no cure for breast cancer. for shame!

The real shame is how little money is invested in research for prostrate cancer.

A man can reproduce till the die he dies, a woman and her breasts are basically useless and pretty ugly once menopause hits.. which disease would we be better off finding a cure for ? I'd say it's prostrate cancer.

they(the big pharmceutical companies) probably already have a cure on their shelves, just want others to suffer so they can make tons of $$$ on treatments that just keep people alive. with all the technology we have today with distributed computing and science, it is obvious they learned their lesson when they cured polio.

I don't think so, I do think they're hot on the trail of a key to what turns on cancerous cells and what can turn them off and investing more dollars and research efforts into that.. let us hope they find it before we or a loved one needs it.

As for Kylie, she's relatively young,otherwise healthy and has the good fortune to be able to afford top notch care including reconstructive surgery,hopefully she'll do well.
 

bob4432

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Originally posted by: Geekbabe
Originally posted by: bob4432
Originally posted by: Geekbabe
Originally posted by: gshock888
no $$$ immediately, but the women (and a few men) that can be saved!!! these lives might be of the next pop star, porn star, president (uh oh should i put my flame suit on?), or family member! you cant talk money when you talk about the lives of so many people :(

big old pharmaceuticals = evil

billions wasted on viagra, yet no cure for breast cancer. for shame!

The real shame is how little money is invested in research for prostrate cancer.

A man can reproduce till the die he dies, a woman and her breasts are basically useless and pretty ugly once menopause hits.. which disease would we be better off finding a cure for ? I'd say it's prostrate cancer.

they(the big pharmceutical companies) probably already have a cure on their shelves, just want others to suffer so they can make tons of $$$ on treatments that just keep people alive. with all the technology we have today with distributed computing and science, it is obvious they learned their lesson when they cured polio.

I don't think so, I do think they're hot on the trail of a key to what turns on cancerous cells and what can turn them off and investing more dollars and research efforts into that.. let us hope they find it before we or a loved one needs it.

As for Kylie, she's relatively young,otherwise healthy and has the good fortune to be able to afford top notch care including reconstructive surgery,hopefully she'll do well.

i hope you are correct and i am wrong, but it seems weird we haven't cured much if anything in a long time but all other kinds of things have been invented everyday that make $$$.
 

Landroval

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Breast cancers that strike at a younger age are usually more aggressive -- I hope she recovers :(