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Precision medicine can widen cancer care options: studies

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These types of advances are very encouraging!

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Instead of treating cancer with unproven, dangerous drugs -- avoid getting cancer in the first place, through NUTRITION. Ah, but Big Pharma cannot make money from nutrition -- now do you see?

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Instead of treating cancer with unproven, dangerous drugs -- avoid getting cancer in the first place, through NUTRITION. Ah, but Big Pharma cannot make money from nutrition -- now do you see?

I don't actually.

There's a non sequitur here, as people who have cancer that requires treatment - to give them a chance of survival, of prolonging life, or of alleviating symptoms - no longer have the choice of avoiding cancer.

It's as if you're arguing against putting casts on broken limbs because it would be better if people would just watch what they're doing and not have accidents.

I also don't see how you're not going to get cancer simply because you conned yourself into believing that correct nutrition is the way to avoid it. We all face the threat of cancer.

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