Farrah Fawcett Cancer
June 21, 2011 by Post Team
Farrah Fawcett Cancer, In a CNN interview with Piers Morgan, actor Ryan O’Neal made some bold statements and odd. I do not know what is worse, the fact that suicide attempt he called his daughter “false” or that their daughter was basically the cause of cancer of Farrah Fawcett. This is what the actor revealed that Morgan’s show Monday night:
“What disturbs me most is that there were no disturbances during my love affair with Farrah. Many of them caused by my family, my children. All of them. Particularly Tatum. That I just think if I had not met we would be alive today?
“Because no one knows what causes cancer, really? And she did not smoke. And she did not drink. Practiced every day. And she believed in good health. Came. The four of us. And gradually became weaker. I do not know. I think it’s very possible. He was unable to fix the mess we were in and sucked in. ”
Hmmm. well, here’s the thing about cancer. Yes, do not always know why a person develops cancer. Many affected by cancer are at a loss and that although often difficult to get to grips with, especially when someone is health conscious and leads a healthy life. However, many types of cancer, we know what may or may not cause cancer. For Farrah, who was suffering fromanl cancer, a disease that most often strikes after age 50? We know that HPV plays a role in the development ofanl cancer, as well as having many sexual partners,anl sex, and smoking. Since we do not know Farrah complete medical and social history, it’s really difficult to speculate why it was developed in the first place. But by suggesting that family stress, especially in relation to his daughter Tatum O’Neal was a bit unfounded, in my opinion.
Farrah’s death brought much needed awareness for a disease that has no designated awareness month or walk supported by large corporations. Think about it, when is the last time you saw a tape ofanl cancer awareness? We showed thatanl cancer is real, not only affects gay men (as some uninformed people believe), and that nobody, not even a celebrity, and is immune from the wrath of cancer.
For Ryan O’Neal publicly say such a statement is beyond me crazy. I learned long ago that the desperation of advertising makes people say and do strange things. This can only be a good example of a tactic desperate for attention.
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