Who Else Sees The Danger In The Government Telling Us We Have To Seek Preventive Medical Care?

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I know I don’t want the government telling me when I have to go to the doctor, and what preventive care I must undergo. Some preventive care can be good, but I have heard of some cancer treatments being done too prematurely, and have resulted in the death of the person. Some never even had cancer to begin with. Not many people know the truth about mamograms either, that it can actually spread the cancer. I feel too many children are diagnosed with cancer, I just am not buying it. I think money has a lot to do with diagnosing children with labels they may not have. I heard one doctor got excited because they wanted to be the first to find the cancer, I know most doctors care, and most of the cancer patients have the real disease, but there is just something I dont trust about the whole thing. If this ever happens to me, I will go all natural healing.
It should be our choice when or if we ever want to go to the doctor.

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3 Responses to “Who Else Sees The Danger In The Government Telling Us We Have To Seek Preventive Medical Care?”

  1. mjm_hms says:

    Who’s telling you you have to? I think you’re crazy to think that doctors are making up diagnoses of cancer — it’s a hard-and-fast diagnosis, not a “label”.
    I hope you are never diagnosed with a malignancy, and I hope that if G-d forbid you are, that you’ll seek advice from a trustworthy doctor.

  2. kathylou says:

    Mammograms do not cause or spread cancer. That, to me anyway, cost you all of your credibility with your argument.
    I’ve had cancer twice now–Hodgkin’s at age 15 and Stage 3 Breast cancer at 38, for which I am currently undergoing chemotherapy. I hope you never have it.

  3. Some mandatory government preventative measures are a good idea. Immunizations against contagious diseases for people who go to school or abroad seems to make sense. It’s a matter of public safety.
    How do you feel about your kids attending class with someone not immunized against whooping cough?
    Would you be against not vaccinating pets?
    No one is making mammograms mandatory. Also, mammograms do exposure the patient to radiation. However, the risk is extremely low compared to the benefit of discovering a breast tumor(s) early.

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