Do doctors usually throw around the cure word so flippantly?
I unfortunately have to much experience with cancer and NO 0.0 DR. ever EVER says that! She is 3 months out! She says they don't even need to do PET-scans every 3 months HAHAHAHAH Bullshit! I wish her all the best but even this they can't tell the truth.....
Last edited by Black Sabbath; 09-09-2013 at 08:57 PM.
[QUOTE=Black Sabbath;5177413]I unfortunately have to much experience the cancer and NO 0.0 DR. ever EVER says that! She is 3 months out! She says they don't even need to do PET-scans every 3 months HAHAHAHAH Bullshit! I wish her all the best but even this they can't tell the truth.....[/QUOT
When I heard her say that today about no pet scans needed, I nearly fell off my chair. My father was a physician who worked in oncology and he was a firm believer in pet scans for anyone who has gone into remission as a way of monitoring for any reoccurrence of the cancer. It's highly unlikely that a physician from Sloan Kettering would pronounce her cancer free and cured with no need for any further exams or scans...Robin's cancer miracle my ass.
You can tell Robin is feeling better because her asshole cocky personality came out with that cured statement... I have a prediction she will not be cured in 4 years. So if I was her Id be more humble with the cure bullshit. She doesn't eat right, she lies about what she really eats & does, she's into stupid weird phony things... 4 years lets see how her cure will be going. She's to much of an asshole to listen to a doctor! She will research some rub Bark & Dog Shit on the bottom of your feet "cure".
she gave alot of specifics about everything except for when it came to her supposed "cure" and Howard buttoned up and didnt push her on it, That said i don't see the correlation between some flippant celebrity cookbook and curing cancer. Unless im wrong about her book?