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82 year old white male. My father died a horrible death from prostate cancer. We had doctors but the wonderful improvement in helped a lot but the doctor shortage means we are often an hour away from qualified care. My family ran to heavy; no one connected bad food choices with poor outcomes.

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You do you.
However. I have breast cancer and when I sign into that chemo room every Monday morning, I don’t see skin color.
I see people trying to beat this.
I DO see, now that you’ve Lou Ted this our, the TOP nurse, that accesses my port IS black.
My chemo nurse , for several hours ,
IS black.
They are angels.
Me? I believe we are all created equal, except my nurses, they are above the rest of us!
Way.

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