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Post Reply Do you know about the cancer researcher murders?
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Posted 9/1/16
At a recent family dinner table discussion it was brought up that cancer researchers are being murdered. I think it might be real because it just makes too much sense. Anyways, just off topic discussion. Here are links to the best articles I could find on the topic.

Feel free to post your thoughts. I know this is quite off topic for anime fans but hopefully you care enough about society.
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18 / M / Korriban
Posted 9/1/16

In all seriousness, it may actually be some sort of conspiracy to eliminate the possibility of better medication/cancer treatment.

Even if not, no matter how you view this, it is rather disturbing that such actions may be occurring. may also just be a huge coincidence, and it only seems like a conspiracy of sorts due to the importance placed upon such individuals, especially in modern society.
Posted 9/1/16
That's scary
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22 / F / Canada
Posted 9/1/16
no this is the first ive heard about it, wow scary people out there
Posted 9/3/16

James Jeffrey "Jeff" Bradstreet (July 6, 1954 – June 19, 2015), was a controversial American doctor, alternative medicine practitioner, and a former Christian preacher.

Bradstreet's body was found dead from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound in the Broad River in Rutherford County, North Carolina, in June 2015, after his Buford, Georgia, medical office was raided by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in connection with an investigation into GcMAF treatments. While the police concluded that Bradstreet had committed suicide, family members and supporters advanced conspiracy theories that he was murdered in connection with his criticism of vaccines.

Bradstreet's son is autistic, which Bradstreet suspected was due to a vaccination his son received at age 15 months. / - Centre for Research on Globalization

Posted 9/4/16
The website is bogus. You know how I can tell? Because of the amount of ridiculous ad banners on it. It's clickbait, it's trolling and it's providing fake information. But most importantly, it's hurting science because it's alleging/implying something (vaccination causes autism) that is not true.

People on the internet these days will eat up anything. There are many credible websites, this is not one of them.
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Posted 9/6/16
Sounds cool.
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