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The Chemical Maze

By Bill Statham

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Breast Cancer

• In 1901 the rates for Cancer were 1:8000

• In 2006 the rates for Cancer were 1:3 for women and 1:2 for men

• There are 200 different types of Cancer and scientists agree that 80% are caused by synthetic toxic chemicals

• The statistics for Breast Cancer are 1:9

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A handsome, middle-aged man walked quietly into the cafe and sat down. Before he ordered, he couldn't help but notice a group of younger men at the table next to him. It was obvious they were making fun of something about him, and it wasn't until he remembered he was wearing a small pink ribbon on the lapel of his suit that he became aware of what the joke was all about.

The man brushed off the reaction as ignorance, but the smirks began to get to him. He looked one of the rude men squarely in the eye, placed his hand beneath the ribbon and asked, quizzically,


With that all the men began to laugh out loud. The man he addressed said, as he fought back laughter,

"Hey, sorry man, but we were just commenting on how pretty your pink ribbon looks against your blue jacket!"

The middle aged man calmly motioned for the joker to come over to his table and invited him to sit down. The guy obliged, not really sure why.

In a soft voice, the middle aged man said
, "I wear this ribbon to bring awareness about breast cancer. I wear it in my mother's honour."

"Oh, sorry dude. She died of breast cancer?"

"No, she didn't. She's alive and well. But her breasts nourished me as an infant and were a soft resting place for my head when I was scared or lonely as a little boy. I'm very grateful for my mother's breasts and her health."

"Umm," the stranger replied, "Yeah."

"And I wear this ribbon to honour my wife", the middle aged man went on.

"And she's okay, too?" the other guy asked.

Oh, yes. She's fine. Her breasts have been a great source of loving pleasure for both of us and with them she nurtured and nourished our beautiful daughter 23 years ago. I am grateful for my wife's breasts, and for her health."

"Uh huh. And I guess you wear it to honour your daughter, also?"

"It's too late to honour my daughter by wearing it now. My daughter died of breast cancer one month ago. She thought she was too young to have breast cancer, so when she accidentally noticed a small lump, she ignored it.

She thought that since it wasn't painful, it must not be anything to worry about."

Shaken and ashamed, the now sober stranger said, "Oh, man, I'm so sorry mister."

"So, in my daughter's memory, too, I proudly wear this little ribbon, which allows me the opportunity to enlighten others. Now, go home and talk to your wife and your daughters, your mother and your friends. And here,"

 the middle-aged man reached in his pocket and handed the other man a little pink ribbon.

The guy looked at it, slowly raised his head and asked,

"Can you help me put it on?"

Do regular breast self-examinations and encourage those women you love to do the same.•

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Study: Chores reduce breast cancer risk

LONDON (UPI) -- Women who exercise by doing housework can reduce their risk of breast cancer, a British study said.

The Cancer Research UK research of more than 200,000 women from nine European countries found doing household chores offered a better defense against breast cancer than sports or a physical job.

Doctors knew that physical exercise can reduce the risk of breast cancer but were uncertain about how much and what types of activities were necessary, the BBC said. Also, much of the research focused on the link between exercise and breast cancer in post-menopausal women.

The study looked at pre- and post-menopausal women and included work, leisure activities and housework. Of the activities, only housework significantly reduced the risk of both pre- and post-menopausal women contracting breast cancer, researchers said. Housework cut breast cancer risk by 30 percent in pre-menopausal women and by 20 in post-menopausal women.

"This study suggests that being physically active may also help reduce the risk and that something as simple and cheap as doing the housework can help,"
said Lesley Walker of Cancer Research UK.

The research was in Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention.

Study points to cancer-risk from petroleum-based cosmetics

A new study carried out by lobby group the Environmental Working Group (EWG) suggests that a significant number of cosmetic and toiletry products with a petroleum-base may contain a cancer-causing impurity called 1,4-dioxane.

The group says that despite the fact that this impurity is easily removed during processing, it appears that many companies are neglecting to do so, something that is putting consumers at risk.

A computer assessment of 15,000 cosmetics found that 22 per cent of all cosmetic and personal care products may be contaminated with 14-dioxane, an estimate that the EWG says is based on ‘its common presence in workhorse detergenet-like ingredients that the cosmetics industry uses in a wide array of products'.

The group says that this assessment is backed up by new product tests which found that that the cancer-causing chemical was found in 18 of more than two dozen products, 15 of which were marketed towards both babies and children.

Breaking the findings down, the group reported that 57 per cent of all baby soaps contained the chemical and 34 per cent of all body lotions. However, the biggest offender was hair relaxers, with 97 per cent of all products found to contain the chemical.

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