What is your reason for joining Chemo Will Kill you (CWKU)?
Advice from Freelee in 30BaD, and much interested in the topic. I work in a hospital ,and the ward next to the one where I work is an oncology ward, so I can see a lot of ill people there. One of my schoolmates is a researcher in that field. A lot of cousins of mine, and of people I know, died from cancer
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Happy to have you with us, I believe if we all put our combined skills and knowledge into getting the message to people they will no longer be patients but survivors. Your experience in the hospital must make you very wary of the Oncology Ward. On the gold Coast here in australia, there is a small high rise building which is devoted to such specialists and it is owned by an Oncologist so there must be a much money to be made in this field but I doubt if the satisfaction rate is very high.
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