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Cancer and Alcohol…

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Woe is for the fair sex… well bad luck for the female gender… grrrr…. This reaction blog is kinda late.. but arghh!!! I was pissed when I saw this news report. Another wretched reason for cursing out gender inequality…sure I believe that the male gender is a mutation of the female gender… in terms of chromosomes… but how is it women get the short end of the stick!

We live in a patralinial society, with rarely any chance for women getting the pay equality of men, unless you count of celebrities like Oprah or Brittney Spears who support their men.

The female gender has to go thru menopause, mood swings, feeling insignificant to men in terms of social standing.. don’t you think I don’t remember those skanks who I see in those paper think outfits in sub-artcie weather looking to get drunk and have fun?

Well I’ll still drink the same as I drink… and cancer is a risk that probably needs to be taken in order of drinking something. So I say “Ha” to this medical study!

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  1. March 1, 2009 at 10:49 am

    Wow… What a reaction from you… Gender inequality has nothing to do with this article.

    The study reports the findings based on one of the variables measured in a Million Women Study. It is a good prospective study with a very large sample size published in a good journal (JNCI). If they studied men, they would find the same thing probably. We already know that alcohol consumption is related to cancer anyway.

  2. miz
    March 1, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    It certainly felt like it… >_<… but it seems like there’s more studies for woman than there is for men… I was pretty aggravated by that fact..

  3. March 1, 2009 at 2:00 pm

    I am not aware of the fact that more research is conducted on women than men. Most studies evaluate both sexes, but in some cases the group will depend on the objective: you don’t want to recruit any men in a study on ovarian cancer. Even if it is true that more research is conducted on women than on men, it is a good thing. The more knowledge we have, the healthier the population can become 🙂

  4. miz
    March 1, 2009 at 2:14 pm

    Perhaps… but it seems like women seem to get the worse of things.. social expectations, childbirth.. social expectations, and now this.. what as a vice can a person be left with then…. >_<…

  5. miz
    March 1, 2009 at 2:15 pm

    Yes I know that childbirth is choice.. but what else then?!

  6. March 8, 2009 at 2:58 pm

    Men also have social expectations, but I see what you mean. It is not easy, but one should not yield to those expectations – it is best to adhere to your own high standards.

    Happy International Women’s Day, Miz 🙂

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