October 5, 2011

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think it's important for people to understand that it is not necessary for things like this to happen. Deaths like this are completely avoidable if people would wake up to the deception of what passes as medicine in our society. I suggest people read this article::

Here is a quote::
"In the end, however, even Steve Jobs could not overturn the laws of biochemistry. When you poison the human body [with chemotherapy], the result is the deterioration and eventual shut down of the body. Chemotherapy does not work! This fact should now be obvious, and yet every year, more and more people choose chemotherapy to their own demise -- people like Farrah Fawcett, Peter Jennings, Patrick Swayze, Michael Douglas and many others..."

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/033793_Steve_Jobs_chemotherapy.html#ixzz1ZzixXFCg

Steve Jobs dead at 56, his life ended prematurely by chemotherapy and radiotherapy for cancer

(a health-conscious Saipan resident)

The Saipan Blogger said...

Because there would be no Occupy Wall Street if Ipads were made in Ohio...

Anonymous said...

He oversaw the creation of some "neat" devices. Some incredibly important and many consumerist frivolity. Undoubtedly he was a superb salesman. He was, however, no philanthropist, hording over his 8 billion to his death.

Anonymous said...

Why is it that liberals hate anyone who makes more money than they do? Look, Steve Jobs was head of a very large CORPORATION which employed hundreds of very smart and amazing people. Hording his 8 billion. Good for him! He earned it you moron!

Anonymous said...

Note that Jobs's biological father is an immigrant.

Anonymous said...

8:05, I had cancer in the neck.They put a tube in my neck so I could breath. (My body level was only 25% oxygen. I was diagnosed with stage 4-A Cancer and the growth had Masticated" to my lymph node on my neck, Tonsil and the base of my tongue.
I was given between 8-12 month to live.
I have little money but managed to go to radiation for 33 session over many months.
They wanted to do Chemo, I could not afford to get the three Chemicals they wanted to administer so I got the first treatment with a specific chemical. I tolerated that well, but when I went for the second treatment my Kidneys were in trouble so I and the doctor agreed not to forgo any more Chemo.
I was afraid I might end up on Dialysis for the rest of my life.
They told me that it was about 80-90% that the Cancer would come back.
Now 8 months later a new growth has been detected.
I no longer have a Trach in my neck and we are trying to decide what to do about this new growth.
I had stopped smoking many years prior to this Cancer.
So which way to go? Chemo or no Chemo?
Who knows what is the best. But you are correct, Chemo destroys everything, both good and bad.
I feel that it was better to stop the Chemo before I did permanent damage to other organs in my body.
Now I am waiting for my option.