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HAVING MONEY, YOU WILL CONVINCED BY DOCTORS THAT YOU HAVE CANCER

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Patients who have money are cancer targets

Cancer doesn’t care how much money you have –

but cancer doctors sure as hell do.

Once they know you have some cash, they’ll run you through the wringer to squeeze out every last dollar from you, and a new study makes that point clear.

Western world researchers have found that people in the country’s wealthier areas are between 15 and 20 percent more likely to “get” breast, prostate and skin cancers than those who live in poorer areas.

The experts are already blabbing about longer life expectancies for wealthy people, but that’s a load of hooey. Age does play a role in these cancers, but the western worlds poor live nearly as long as the wealthy – within two or three years of each other, a little fact these “experts” didn’t bother to mention.

Good thing some of us keep ’em honest!

So let’s blow this thing open right now and let them know the jig is up: The real reason – the only reason – for the difference in cancer rates is that wealthy people are more likely to get screened and treated.

They have the $$$ money and the insurance, so they have the cancer.

In reality, rich and poor alike suffer from these cancers – almost certainly at close-to-identical rates. You might even have one of these cancers inside you right now.

Scary, huh?

Don’t be afraid – you’d have to live to Methuselah’s age before most of these cancers would ever harm you.

Here’s my advice: Don’t waste your time with most cancer screenings (the one exception is the colonoscopy, and here’s why).

And if you ever are forced into one, be sure to show up in some ratty, worn-out clothes – and keep asking the doc if this is going to cost much. Better yet, mention that you’re on a fixed income. And definitely don’t tell him you’re insured.

Trust me, he won’t find anything. In fact, he probably won’t be able to show you the door fast enough.

Wealth doesn’t always mean health,

Sourced & published by Henry Sapiecha