Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Truthmatters, Sep 8, 2007.
I had fogotten about this.
and a quote from the "study"...
"I have had no illness from it, or even any symptoms. My life expectancy should not be affected. I am in remission, and it is very treatable with drugs if treatment is needed in the future and with no debilitating side effects," Thompson said in a personal commentary following the interview.
I hadn't. You have a point?
absolutely...no more or less of an issue that Rudy's cancerous dick.
It is considered incurable.
The pressure of his office would shorten his life.
what are you 11.....
did you even read the the articl you posted....
based on what "study" do you proclaim that his life will be shortened by being president....
job looks pretty easy to me...
is this a quiz?
check the prognosis for it
See also: International Prognostic Index
The most significant factor in overall prognosis is the grade, or aggressiveness, of the lymphoma. Indolent (low-grade) non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is generally not curable, but is typically slowly progressive and responds temporarily to therapy. Aggressive and highly aggressive (intermediate- and high-grade) NHL's are potentially curable with combination chemotherapy. Long-term survival or cure rates for these diseases vary with a number of prognostic factors.
Age is the number one factor in survival.
Fred is 65
chronologically maybe ...... emotionally doubtful
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