Huntsman Cancer Institute: surely you can do better than that!

Front page of the Sunday paper, a story about Le Tour De Donut. It’s a local bike race. The article’s subtitle: “It’s a food eating contest with some biking in between.”

And the food was white sugar and white flour (and a bit of refined salt) fried in toxic hydrogenated grease. You were rewarded with 3 minutes knocked off your time for every donut you ate.

These are precisely the values that have led millions of Americans to cancer, diabetes, arthritis, obesity, joint degeneration, dozens of autoimmune conditions, strokes, heart attacks, and more. The majority of the population is now afflicted with several of these diagnoses. Those values require us to have our little kids run around on a soccer field for an hour and reward them for their exercise with a donut and high-fructose corn syrup and blue-food-dye drink.

In paragraph 7, I finally find where the money from the race is going:

“…all competitors survived and faced the challenge with a smile as they raced and ate for a good cause: All proceeds from the race went to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.”

Elden is in the photo reaching for a donut. He’s a hardcore road biker and a fantastic writer, with a cycling website called fatcyclist.com that has a huge cult following. His wife, Susan, was my dear friend of 15 years and died two years ago of breast cancer, leaving behind four children.

Susan chose chemo and radiation. Elden’s site raised a tremendous amount of money to “battle” breast cancer. Many don’t realize that those funds go to Big Pharma to develop more drugs and then disseminate more skewed research to medical practitioners.

[Very important that I make usual disclaimer: cancer patients are very emotionally tied to their treatment of choice–whether it be chemo/radiation/surgery or other, natural modalities. As I always say, I do not judge the person faced with such a difficult, scary choice. I honor their right to make that choice and this is no criticism of them.]

However, first, I would like more education available in an open climate about alternatives, since M.D.s in the U.S. generally do not offer those. And second, I would like less polarization. My grandmother reported in her journal an M.D. Anderson doctor told her, “Stay away from health food stores.” (She also wrote that a doc said her survival chance was 1% if she didn’t turn away from her nutrition regimen and choose chemo instead.)

Widely varying theories and treatments should co-exist peacefully in a market system and a democracy, and medical doctors should be able to practice other modalities without being ostracized in their profession. “Complementary” medicine has been de facto in Europe for decades.

I know that people who give money to the “pink ribbon” campaigns want to feel good that their dollars make a difference.

But more drugs (which are toxic free radicals that cause cancer and massively increase the chance of recurrence) are not going to solve the cancer problem. We are never going to end this disease, or even significantly slow down its meteoric tide of casualties, until we address what caused the epidemic in the first place. Until we get serious about prevention and treatment modalities that don’t violate the Hippocratic Oath (“first, do no harm”) and work WITH the body’s immune system instead of against it.

As I found the section of the paper where the “Tour de Donut” story continued, I landed on the obituary page where, ironically facing the Donut story, funerals of two beautiful women, Jenny and Jacqueline, (about my age) are being announced, having died of breast cancer or complications of it.

Sugar is the food of cancer. I am furious at the institutions who make millions of dollars on the cancer industry and refuse to educate patients about lifestyle choices, when so much is known about the links between diet and cancer. I am incensed that the cutting-burning-poisoning industries are earning money by encouraging bikers to rinse four donuts off, press them together, and push them down their throats with their fingers to “cut down their times considerably” in the name of donating it to an obscenely profitable cancer clinic.

One bike team member, according to the article, “bravely devoured 18 doughnuts in between laps.” Brave is right–what’s that, like a cup of lard? This helps cancer patients? Or makes more of them?

I have to draw the conclusion that the Huntsman Cancer Institute just doesn’t care.

My grandmother told me her melanoma metastatized to breast cancer. They cut the melanoma out of her arm, but of course many sources describe how surgery causes cancer to scatter and spread. She opted out of chemo, radiation, and mastectomy, and chose instead a 100% raw, plant-based diet. She lived another 25 years. She wrote of the horror show that was her visit to M.D. Anderson’s cancer treatment facility: “…many disfigured people…the very ill….bald, others had ink marks on them for radiation….very depressing.”

But a world-renowned cancer treatment facility is promoting thousands of people cramming the most carcinogenic fuel we have on the planet, in their mouths—with incentives to eat more of it. That’s the best fundraiser they could come up with? There are a million ways to make money. Surely they could do better.

Huntsman Cancer Institute’s endorsement of this event–or even its willingness to accept dollars earned by feeding people a major cause of cancer–is inexcusable.

I plan to let Huntsman know what I think of it. You can do the same–please give your feedback here.

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  1. Wow, Robyn, you’re on fire! My husband recently texted me a picture from a grocery story of their display of cookies and cupcakes for sale–all pink in an effort to raise awareness of BC. Even he was disgusted at the lie. I agree with you whole-heartedly. Just exactly where is all that race-for-the-cure money going? Keep us posted on the response, if any, from Hunstman. You go girl!

  2. I hope you do let them know! And thank you from the rest of us who feel the exact same way! I hope you write an editorial for the paper as well!

  3. I have had similar thoughts myself many times Robyn! It also reminded me of this quote.

    Dr. Benjamin Rush signer of the constitution reportedly said this about the Constitution around 1787:

    “The Constitution of this Republic should make special provision for medical freedom. To restrict the art of healing to one class will constitute the Bastille of medical science. All such laws are un-American and despotic. … Unless we put medical freedom into the constitution the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship and force people who wish doctors and treatment of their own choice to submit to only what the dictating outfit offers.”

  4. Bravo!–and AMEN. In an age where information is so easily and readily available for us, we cannot be excused by our naivete ANY MORE. It blows my mind when there is no connection made between the food choices that we make and our health. This is something that we MUST take a stand on—where does it begin??– I believe that it begins with what moms buy in the store and CHOOSE to bring into their homes… or take to the after soccer game snack. Let’s make a stand together! THANK YOU ROBYN!!

  5. Good for you Robyn!

    I am incensed also. I just retired from working in an elementary school in California, (the “Salad Bowl of the World”), where the daily offerings in the cafeteria were grease served 25 different ways. As I would drink my GS and watch the kids douse their “grease nuggets” with packaged carcinogens, I would just cry inside. Everyone knew my stance, (which began with your teachings). Some agreed, some said it’s too much work and too politically challenging to make a change in the school menus. I know it can be done, we just need a bigger voice, with more clout than Monsanto, etc. Help, we need you Robyn, and all others who are willing to stop this slow poisoning of our children and their families.

    Huntsman needs to be taken to task for this, in a big way.

    Don’t grow weary, Robyn, you are doing great things.

    My husband and I thank you for turning our lives around with “the truth”.

  6. AMEN, Sister!! I’m downing every anti-cancer food I can get my hands on and nowhere on the list is sugar! Or white flour. Or grease. I’d like to ask the classic question ‘How can these people sleep at night???’ but I know the answer is ‘On big piles of money, that’s how.’

  7. Shame on them !!!!!!!!!!! My daughter has been fighting for her life for past three years from the horrors of cancer!!! She has rid her diet of any and all sugar, white flour and processed foods…I have not given one cent to any cancer fund raising groups and never will!!!!!!! With all the money that has been raised , there has not been any cures…only more drugs !!!It’s just like Kentucky Fried Chicken donating money when you purchase a bucket of grease, or Pepsi , or Avon with there toxic perfumes, lotions etc… When will people learn to stop buying into this hype…. If people really want to cure cancer and all the other dis-eases that are killing our children …then start a community organic garden… buy every household a blender and teach them to make green smoothies… boycott all fast food and walmarts……… This is so hard for this mother to see…it breaks my heart… and I have been fighting back with all I have… and will not stop till I take my last breath on this earth!!!!!!!!!!! Bless you for standing up to them…for caring about my daughter and all the people in this world that are suffering because of greed ….

  8. Hi Robyn,

    I am sorry to post this here; I could not find the proper way to ask a question, only a closed-down helpdesk.

    My question is: What is your take on fresh, raw juice? I have been trying to give my husband green smoothies, but he can’t choke them down. They are a fine consistency and I can drink a couple of glasses in a matter of a few minutes. He has seen Joe Cross’s jucing documentary “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” and thinks it would be a good route for him, but I’m not sure about only getting your fruits and veggies in juice form (of course it is better than none at all which is where he’s at if I’m not pushing green smoothies). I’d appreciate any thoughts you might have!

    Kath

    1. juicing is great–especially for those who need concentrated nutrition (for example, cancer patients). Green smoothies don’t throw away the fiber–it’s a complete food. Both are great though, especially green juices, if you’re willing to go to all the effort with the machine assembly and cleanup!

  9. Congrats for taking a positive stand for so many out there who have been baffled and dazzled by the medical profession on what is good for cancer treatments and those organizations or associations who capitalize on those who have suffered personally or otherwise.

    Dr. Max Gerson has been denied his right of respect for curing cancer by Big Pharma and medicine in the USA. The Gerson Therapy, or The Gerson Miracle, and Dying to Have Known (Can all be found on the net), are great exposure to a man who in 1928 was able to prove he had a method of curing cancer and other illnesses but his statistics and proof have been withheld from the American public as well as many others due to capitalism and Big Pharma making Cancer an industry worth billions annually.

    It is disgusting to have found out a few years after being a full time caregiver to a parent who passed away from cancer to see there have been alternative therapies that work but are kept quiet and made to look like quackery from other medical professionals.

    Illich wrote a book some years ago (Limits To Medicine) in which he exposed the truth about the misdirection of medicine and how we’re led to believe in what the practitioners tell us. Illich was upset by the whole capitalism of medicine and voiced his discontent through his writing.

    I am glad someone else is taking a stand, and I for one stand wholeheartedly behind you and your effort to blast organizations that keep taking money under the guise of doing something worthwhile with it. The fact that the proceeds may have gone to Huntsman may not be their doing, but the message behind the way the money was raised should have been a clear signal to refuse the proceeds from this particular fund raising venture if they had a clear thought process.

  10. So true! I am outraged and baffled when I see things like this. I’m frustrated by friends that ask me to sponsor them in cancer walks. It’s not that I’m against helping people, it’s the exact opposite. I want my dollars to go to actually helping them live, not Big Pharma.

    It’s people like this lady, who have chosen to undergo the Gerson therapy, who get my dollars. I do not know her, but I believe in what she’s doing. Check out her request and make a contribution if you can.

    http://www.gofundme.com/CureJesicabyGersonTherapy

  11. Thanks so much for the quick response! I will start juicing for my husband and keep using the Blendtec myself. 😀

  12. Hi Robyn,

    Sorry to post this here… Not sure where to do it. I have been a follower since my first was about 8 months. We lived in Orem at the time and I think we went to the same Yoga class at the gym (but I never worked up the courage to talk to you). In fact I have in my possesion a sprouting kit I wanted to give you (over two years ago) and still haven’t!

    Since then we moved to China and I have had to relearn how to eat the way we want to here. We also had our second in the time that has passed. He just turned 6 months. Of course all of our pediatricians have encouraged solids between 4 and 6 months, especially because he isn’t sleeping through the night (he is a healthy weight). I wouldn’t mind giving it a try, but I don’t want to upset his reflux stomach any more than it is. I read your article ” What About Nutrition For Babies & Toddlers?” and plan on continuing the breast feeding. I have done blended up brown rice a few times but am now second guessing myself. I will gladly give him banana but am worried about creating a “sweet tooth”.

    On a GREAT side note, I drank/drink green smoothies before, through and post pregnancy and have a muscle baby. Everyone is shocked to see him without a onesie. His shoulders are unreal!

    Thanks for helping our family in our quest to be healthy.

    Nicole

    1. NIcole, everybody wants a “muscle baby!” If you feed him brown rice, maybe mash an avocado in it (or a banana, if you decide to give up the “sweet tooth” idea–valid, although fruit is good food, maybe mash lots of blended greens into the banana to tone down the sweet?)–anyway, put some raw plant food with it for enzymes.

      Wish you would’ve talked to me at Gold’s Gym; everyone else does! 🙂 What an adventure, living in China!

  13. True, that does seem a bit odd for an organization focused on “health care” to endorse or take part in. But as for cancer care in general, you’re right when you say that treatment choices are very personal, so “villainizing” cancer institutes in general, whether they are profitable or no, seems a little extreme. My brother has a brain tumor, and as a family we’ve been so grateful for the Hunstman Cancer Institute. They have not only taken care of my brother physically, but emotionally and even financially (being a young, single guy with little resources). He was even advised to alter his diet as part of his ongoing treatment, which he has taken a step further than even they told him. I believe in the connection between diet and the body’s ability to function and battle illnesses, but I think there’s a balance. Just my two cents (from someone who loves green smoothies and exercise, but wouldn’t necessarily turn a donut down every single time!). 🙂

  14. Thanks Robyn so much for reminding how important our diet is. I bet a lot of people might wonder what your grandmother ate on her 100% raw diet on a daily basis. I am sure a lot of people would benefit from this. Do you know?

    1. Patti, she ate a lot of stuff–but juicing was the crux of it. Tons of vegetables especially. She ate a LOT of salad. That’s what I remember. 🙂

  15. What a fabulous & passionate post! I have *always* believed that any sickness or disease is a direct result of what we put into our bodies. It’s so hard to see my friends struggle with health issues when their diets are in the crapper. Uhh … hello? The Standard American Diet (SAD) is an almost guaranteed one way ride to a life of more & more pills to mask the symptoms.

  16. Could not agree with you more!! Everything you said are my sentiments as well.

    I refuse to donate to cancer solicitations but love to let everyone know about raw foods!! My husband just healed himself from lung and skin cancer in four months doing raw food and other herbal treatments.

  17. When my niece was being treated for cancer at Primary Children’s Medical Center in SLC she and her mother stayed at the Ronald McDonald House. We were grateful for the housing but I’ll just let you imagine the kinds of foods they made available in their kitchen to all those sick kids and their families. Shame on them!

  18. I don’t know what method your grandma chose to overcome her cancer Robyn, but I know the Gerson therapy includes cooked foods as well as raw. They eat oatmeal for breakfast, Hippocrates soup for lunch and dinner, along with several green and carrot juices. I’m not an expert and haven’t undergone the therapy myself so I might be wrong, but I’ve read the book “Healing the Gerson Way” and studied their research. I figure the more I know about healing cancer and other diseases, the more I understand how to prevent them. This knowledge has been very empowering to me.

  19. robyn, my heart is heavy and saddened to learn about this utter lack of ‘consciousness’ on the part of the players in this so-called fund raiser. soooo much education to be done in the light of ignorance…and greed. As Deepak Chopra taught me many years ago, no one wants to hurt anyone on purpose. Everyone is doing the best they can according to their level of consciousness. awareness. it is for us to elevate the consciousness of all whom we serve until there is a shift in the paradigm from ignorance to wisdom. one day history will look back on these kinds of stories, like you have shared about Huntsman, as a kind of nutritional holocaust. you are a wonderful writer. gratitude. xo

  20. Every time I go down I-15 and see one of those billboards claiming that breast cancer is 99% “cure”-able with early detection, I roll my eyes.

  21. SHARE button, please! It would be a nice way to give the “gentle dosing” of knowledge you talk about to my friends. Read this if you want, don’t if you don’t.

  22. Hey, the Huntsman Center for Cancer is no dummy. They want more patients and have found the way to do it. And I’m not going to add an “lol” here because it’s not funny, it’s tragic. I, too, think they should be ashamed and offer an apology to the public.

  23. Huntsman is a huge name in Utah. Cancer is a huge lucrative business in America and the world. There will never be a cure for cancer because the ACS doesn’t want it, there is too much money invovled in the “business” of cancer. I refuse to donate to the ACS because they are one of the richest “non profit” organizations in the world and I won’t support them. I feel it is criminal for oncologists to rely on toxic drugs and not do any nutritional teaching to their patients. I do lots of nutritional counseling to people who have cancer…it may be their only link to teach them that they do have a choice in their own health. I applaud anyone who stands up for nutrition and wellness. Add my thoughts to the down thumb for Huntsman!

  24. Thanks so much for posting this, Robyn, and I agree with what you are saying here! I was reading about your grandmother and have some questions about the surgeries and melanoma that she had. Do you happen to have any articles that you can point me to regarding that and/or any thoughts on dysplastic cells and excision surgeries as well? Thank you in advance!

    1. Tracy, my grandmother had the melanoma cut out of her arm. She believed this caused the cancer cells to spread like wildfire. She was told by a couple of doctors that the cancer was in her lymph system (her journal alludes to this, though I don’t know exactly what was said except the doctor pushed chemo on her) and her breasts. She chose no chemo and radiation, as you probably know, and went 100% raw for an extended period of time. I am trying to find her cancer journal to learn more, but I know she checked into a clinic in Jamaica, and it sounds like they employed the Gerson therapy or something like it. If you are a cancer patient, I would like to talk to you—please email me through support123 at greensmoothiegirl.com, thanks!

  25. I agree wholeheartedly!! More than wholeheartedly! I tell my clients all the time about the lies of the pink ribbons and the American Cancer Institutes among them all…. so corrupt…all the make up companies using a pink ribbon ploy when they sell the most carcinogenic stuff to slather all over your skin – your body’s largest organ! Money and the lust of it ….. Have you ever heard of the American Anti-Cancer Institute? Finally a great organization that DOES the real thing! http://www.americanaci.org/ PLEASE ADD MY NAME to anything you do that puts the lights onto what Huntsman and others like them are doing! Thanks a million!

  26. Robyn, Thanks for posting this. It is such a joke having all these riders eat these cancer-causing sugary donuts to raise money for cancer research. I am a cancer survivor, and I did go the conventional route because I was scared and didn’t know better. They said a very rare and aggressive form of cancer had been found in my uterus after my hysterectomy, and even though it was caught and removed in stage 1, doctors treated me like it was just a matter of time before it came back. I had to look elsewhere because they gave me so little hope. I have been eating a vegan diet since I finished those toxic treatments, and I eat 90% or more of my diet from raw foods. I am almost 2.5 years past the completion of conventional treatments, and I am healthy and cancer free. The doctors aren’t the slightest bit interested in my diet and lifestyle changes. I just wanted you to know that I also give Huntsman a thumbs down.

  27. Thank you so much for voicing your opinion on this topic, Robyn! I do believe the Huntsman Center is not being circumspect by supporting such a fundraiser. There are so many ways to educate people through events such as fundraisers with some proper planning and care about correct principles. The Center’s actions do not seem to be in congruence with their mission. Uniting our voices can make changes happen, so let’s all continue to spread the word about proper health, supporting true principles and potential cancer treatments aside from just those offered by big pharma.

  28. Robin, thank you so much for telling it like it is. How refreshing. I’m so tired of the truth being masked in all the politically correct rhetoric. Corporate processed food commercials have been consistently aired for more than two generations now; so long in fact that young people today don’t even know how to eat right. Nutrition is assumed, rather than learned. It all started with a little treat here and there, then it graduated to a treat because I’ve worked so hard I deserve it, to I deserve what I want, to everything has some nutrition anyway, and now to let’s eat donuts to fight cancer. This slippery slope is not only debilitating, it’s embarrassing. I was at Albertson’s yesterday and read a sign saying that General Mills kids cereals were the nations number one source of whole grains. I saw a TV commercial encouraging Americans to just add one more glass of milk to your daily diet to have health and vitality. Can’t you just see an entire generation growing up to believe that Lucky Charms and pasteurized cow’s milk will solve all the nutritional problems of the world. I’m thoroughly appalled. Thank you so much for stepping up to the plate.

  29. My Mother was diagnosed with anal cancer in 2005 and as she put it “did everything her doctors said to do but nothing worked over the long term.” Sure the chemo did shrink the tumor and with it some of the negative effects of the larger tumor and so some relief and time seemed worth it but it seems that once on the bandwagon there is no getting off until you are dead and along the way more and more battles to face.

    My kids tease me because I continuously say that sugar is food for cancer and the Cancer loves it! I continue to ask to be removed from every telemarketer list for any sort of Cancer organization because I, like you, believe that the only CURE for cancer is a healthy immune system and Cancer organizations are really only interested in a cure, not any protection.

    I do understand and agree that most people are not guilty of trying to mislead but are just enlightened. I love the quote by Yoga Nurse above by Deepak Chopra and feel exactly like that. Thus I often will only state my belief and not condemn others for their actions. We do need more proselytizing by people like you Robyn because your emotional yet evidence supported discussions can truly make the difference to those seeking. Thank you,

    Rose

  30. Go Robyn! As a green smoothie drinking cancer survivor I now look at any cancer fund raising exactly the same way. This is like recent breast cancer fund raising here in Australia-selling white flour sugary finger buns with bright pink icing. When anyone approaches me for money for cancer research I use that opportunity to talk to them about healthy healing food and green smoothies. Amazing how many people completely dismiss the importance of food when healing chronic disease and illness.

  31. Agree entirely with your comments. Pink Ribbon campaign is exactly the same in Australia. I have successfully treated my cancer naturally – from refusing a biopsy onwards. I ate 100% raw for about 15 mths – for six month juices only with a salad each third day – after six mths gradually introduced solid foods. I juice every day beetroot, carrot, green apple & ginger. Breakfast fruit, ground nuts & seeds, yoghurt followed by an egg. Lunch and dinner vegetables, raw & cooked, and protein, sometimes cheese and/or pulses, sometimes organic or free range meat. Don’t eat a lot of grains. I commenced by programme by participating in the 10 day detox programme at Living Valley Springs (www.lvs.com.au).

    Regarding your post about goitrogens and broccoli, Sally Fallon certainly does not recommend we forgo eating crucifious vegetables or only eat them boiled away!! Recommend everyone read her book for themselves and not take things out of context.

    Keep up the good work

  32. I know; this really is sad. Every time I used to go to the “leading cancer hospital in TX”, they had the most awful junk in the cafeteria and candy, soft drink machines, etc. all over the place. I always say, “Yeah, they are making cancer history all right…history of their patients!”

  33. Oh, and I am a three-time lucky winner of….cancer, thanks to the SAD (Standard American Diet)! But, praise God, the last time I listened to my cousin and changed my lifestyle/diet. (I was diagnosed the third time with stage 4 and “they” said I’d never live past last year) Boy, were they ever shocked when I told them after eighteen months that I hadn’t been doing anything they said or taking any of their oral drugs/chemo for all that time! They didn’t know what on earth to do with me..as I’d proved them totally wrong! You CAN survive any cancer unless you are literally on your last breath, and I even know some folks who did so at that late a stage, too! I was told I had seven tumors in the bones (metastatic breast cancer) and after just two months of their “treatment”, I gained an eighth. SO thankful, I stopped and changed. I’m quite alive and well now, thank God.

  34. I had a friend who was fearful of having ovarian cancer up in Colorado. Her mother’s condolence was that they had a really good cancer center, where they had fringes stocked with soda and cookies that the families and patients could eat as much as they wanted. My jaw dropped and I was speechless.

  35. This is similar to the summer campaign Wendy’s has been doing to help fund research for juvenile diabetes. They offer a coupon book for 4 Frosties for a dollar. The first time I saw that I said “say what? We are going to fight diabetes by making sugary treats even cheaper?” Such irony.

  36. Dear Robin,

    I would like to shout a big ‘Thank you’ to you from the top of the mountains.

    I was born, raised and educated in Germany. Later on, I lived in England, married and raised my family there for about 40 years. For the past 8 years I am living here in the states. First in California and now in Utah. When I first came to the states, the eating habits and the general lack of healthy nutrition shocked me. I actually saw mothers placing ‘soda pop’ into feeding bottles and giving this ‘poison’ to their little children…….. Doughnuts and Coca Cola seems to be the preferred breakfast……….No wonder, the nation is so sick. My family and I have always tried to live a healthy lifestyle. However, two months ago I came to one of your lectures and we now have made the ‘Green Smoothies’ a very important part of our healthy life style. I am spreading the word, wherever I can and wish you great success in your so much needed crusade. Thank you again.

  37. Thank you for your post! I 100% agree. Last year when they held the Tour de Donut, I asked them on facebook why they were using donuts that cause cancer to fight their cancer cause and suggested that they use a healthy alternative. They said that it was just to make it more fun and that not all of the bikers participated in eating the donuts. They acted like I was crazy for even bringing it up. I think that people are not informed enough about what causes cancer. Even my father in law thought I was crazy to even suggest that cancer is caused by what we eat.

  38. I am a 3 time cancer patient and am grateful for organizations like the Huntsman Cancer Center. My recent cancer was 2 1/2 years ago where I was treat for stage 3 prostate cancer. I am not sure why this site and readers bash such a center and the good work they do. Sure they are a business but they do help many of us who are faced with cancer. I am a believer in healthy living and eating right but I still get cancer. I sincerely believe they have saved my life 3 times now. I think we should appreciate the good in all and accept the flaws while trying to improve life and the quality of living.

    Jerry

  39. Wow Robyn…relax a little bit. All this concern for a prominent cancer institute supporting a silly event like this will cause you stress induced ulcers of the stomach. That, surely, can cause you grave health concerns for the future. Sometime we need to not get so bent out of shape over little things such as this and concentrate supporting the bigger things in life. Be happy.

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