They need to develop a universal cancer test kit. I'd take one every 3 months.
Early detection is, sadly, still the best weapon we have.
I'm sick of hearing apparently every week whatelse I can die of...
Not that I don't care, it just seems like humans are like very poorly made chains and the pieces are made of thin metal, so every little hole in the chain can make it break easily in "the right moment".
There's so much I'm supposed to test, avoid, take, not take, then again there's a revision on what is good and bad, the revision on the revision, also, half of your favorite food puts you at higher risk of cancer. The other half you just don't know of yet.
It's what often feels like I must be at 34428% risk of cancer, practically, I should actually have been born with it right.
I hate cancer with a passion just like the next guy, what I almost almost hate just as much is this whole (actually not wrong) paranoia about what all I can die of.
It's frustrating and you feel so bad thinking that you have a certain amount of friends and hearing your parents' stories or your grandparents', they can tell you about lots of their friends getting ill of some horrible stuff.
That's when you start thinking what would happen if you actually learned your best friend, who's always been on your side suddenly gets ill.
Sorry for the drama guys, I just felt like sharing, as I'm feeling miserable these days. Glassed Silver:mac