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    julitajones posted:
    I just was introduced to a comedian Tig Notaro. A friend told me to take a listen to her podcast I was inspired by it. She has nearly the same cancer as me. I'm stage 2 and she's stage two-bilateral. She says hers was aggressive as well. She appears to have thrived on a mastectomy with no follow up treatment such as chemo or radiation. What are your thoughts? Is she being reckless or is she not caving to the sickening cancer treatments I've endured??
    koostry responded:
    That is becaue Ms. Notaro lied about having cancer.
    sam1985 replied to koostry's response:
    Yes i too have the same intuition.
    lennypie replied to sam1985's response:
    Me too. I read the link koosty attached and it is very compelling. Why isn't this bigger news? She apparently made a lot of money and got a lot of press from this.

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