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I read this week that, as a tall male, I have an 11% increased risk of cancer.
As soon as I heard this I needed to know why. After all that’s what any intelligent person would do isn’t it?

There has to be a reason. If I know the cause, then I’ll know who is to blame. I mean, it’s not something I can ignore; we are into double figures here!

I asked a friend and he was unsympathetic. “Life is unfair” he said, “Suck it up”!

Some friend! All I want is to be treated fairly. It’s my right, isn’t it? If I can find out who to blame it will make me feel better, and I might even get compensation.

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