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May 4th, 2012 at 7:12am
 
I find it interesting that some of you at least understand the condition of humanity, sort of;
Here is the summary from accredited sources that anyone can google.
33% of Americans ages 15 to 64 will die from cancer (CDC 2007). This is not attributed to old age, but at ages in the 70's it gets closer to 1 in 2.

" incidence rates for all cancers in Great Britain increased by 20% in males during the period 1975-1977 and 2007-2009 (from 354.3 per 100,000 to 426.0 per 100,000) and by 40% in females (from 265.2 per 100,000 to 370.4 per 100,000)"
UPDATE:
"The European age-standardised incidence rates for all cancers in Great Britain increased by 22% in males during the period 1975-1977 to 2008-2010 (from 351.8 per 100,000 to 429.8 per 100,000) and by 42% in females (from 263.3 per 100,000 to 375.1 per 100,000)" NEW CASES per year. 142% rise in female cancer with 172% rise in breast cancer. These are not statistics we should ignore. The cause is fetal mutations for this continual rise, because the environment has gotten cleaner since 1975

UPDATED 2010: The European age-standardised incidence rates for all cancers in Great Britain increased by 22% in males during the period 1975-1977 to 2008-2010 (from 351.8 per 100,000 to 429.8 per 100,000) and by 42% in females (from 263.3 per 100,000 to 375.1 per 100,000)"

Australia: "The number of new cancer cases more than doubled between 1982 and 2007. In 1982, 47,350 new cases of cancer were diagnosed in Australia compared with 108,368 cases in 2007."
In 2007, the most commonly reported cancers were:
Prostate cancer (19,403 cases)
Bowel cancer (14,234 cases)
Breast cancer (12,670 cases)
Melanoma of the skin (10,342 cases)
Lung cancer (9,703 cases).

...

"Cancer in New Zealand
Cancer is the leading cause of death in New Zealand accounting for 29.4% of all deaths"
Netherlands is 30% death rate due to cancer.

Since 1975, USA statistics: Childhood invasive cancer rates have risen by 129% in a continuous study from 1975 to 2004 with Childhood Leukemia rising 157%.

More updated from 2009
Age 0-14:,1975 11.5 \100,000 to 2009 15.5\100,000,for an increase of ~35% (135% increase).
Age 0-19: 1975 13\100,000 to 2009 17.3\100,000 for an increase of ~34% (134% increase)..


The daily death rate of cancer in the US has risen by 122% since 1948.  Consider that in 1948 there were nearly no cures for cancer except to cut out tumors and some experimental radiation treatments.  Today with all the successful treatments cancer is still winning by 22%.
The interpolated rise in incidents since 1948 is 178% rise. that means that if 100 people out of  a group of the sames size as now, the group now has 178 people with cancer in less than 3 generations.


Cancer, according to many thousands of articles on pubmed is only attributed to genetic defects. It is caused by mutagens, weak cells and weak immune system that cannot recognize the cancer cells and destroy them any more. Here is a video made from accredited sources at the American Cancer Society of electron microscopy of human immune cells and cancer.


One-third of people aged 40 or older will contract diabetes
According to a survey of diabetes by Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare in 2006, the prevalence of diabetes in Japan is estimated at 8.20 million patients, and 10.50 million people are likely to suffer from the disease in the future. Hence, a quarter of Japanese people aged 40 or older are reportedly affected, either currently or potentially, by diabetes.

"Finland has a population of 5.4 million. There are about 40 000 people with type 1 diabetes and about 250 000 people with type 2 diabetes in Finland. About 4 400 children under the age of 16 have diabetes. The number of undiagnosed cases of type 2 diabetes is estimated at 200 000." 494,000 out of 5.4 million = 1 in 10.9

New Cases of Diagnosed Diabetes Among U.S. Adults Aged 18–79 Years, 1980–2009 366% rise from 493,000 to 1,812,000 Source  http://www.cdc.gov/chronicdisease/resources/publications/AAG/ddt_text.htm USA CDC. By the year 2050 1 in 3 people in the US will have diabetes and more in other countries. In Canada and US most insulin is "over the counter" drug.
The rate of diabetes in the US is 1 in 12 and is predicted to rise if the current acceleration of genetic defects continues to 1 in 3 by 2050.  In other countries the rates are already much higher. Canada has about 34million people and they list 9 million with diabetes.
1 in 10 people have "rare" genetic diseases and the numbers are also accelerating from mutagens.  The average is 1 in 200,000 but the number of different "rare" genetic diseases I very high.
The number of people with heart disese that need heart surgery is 1 in 15 but it is much higher for the over all heart and circulation diseases. And it is increasing so much so that huge hospital centers, the size of small cities, with over 10,000 employees are planned for the future to centralize an keep costs down. The medical industry is slated to overshadow any other industry that has ever existed on earth, including the computer industry.

1 in 125 children are born with Congenital Heart Disease.

"The likelihood of a child’s being given a diagnosis of autism, Asperger syndrome or a related disorder increased more than 20 percent from 2006 to 2008, according to a report released on Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The new report estimates that in 2008 one child in 88 received one of these diagnoses, known as autism spectrum disorders, by age 8, compared with about one in 110 two years earlier." New York Times.

In the last 5 years in "affluent" cultures the infant mortality rate has either leveled off or has increased for the first time in 50 years we are losing more babies from genetic defects.

Human genetic suicide seems to be caused by ignorance and denial of the human condition.

Evolution is just another denial mechanism used to placate people into genetic suicide for lust and money.

The number of pseudo genes is over 20,000 and the numbers of mutations associated with all these diseases and more, (flat feet, color blindness, knocked knees, and all the normal body defects are way beyond 45,000+ found so far by medical research. You can go see all of them at PubMed.com and there are about 600,000 articles on human genetic diseases alone.
There are zero positive mutations ever found in the human genome. I have had this discussion with thousands of people including many PhD's of genetics and they cannot show me one totally positive mutation.
Positive mutation is that it must increase complexity NOT be associated with any disease, not be part of normal immune responses to pathogens and/or any of the following: 1/ add new genes with new functions 2/ increase health and fitness to survive 3/ increase intelligence. (This by the way is the "Evotard Creed of Delusion". These fools believe in magical mutations.)   
There are none.  If you would care to discuss this please goto (google it)
"Neutral Evolution Forum" and sign up and bring all your evidence.
Thank You.

All of this data can be found at;  PubMed.com  NORD, American Cancer Society and cancer.gov/statistics, American Diabetes Association, CDC, Canadian Diabetes Association,
and any worldwide statistics on diseases.

You can goto http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=human%20genetic%20diseases  And do a search on "human genetic diseases"

You can goto PubMed as well and search out every "positive" mutation the Evotards think are real, and find that they have at least 2 and up to 7 genetic diseases tied to them and or they are deletions that remove genetic coding and reduce fitness that way.  Thus, there are zero "positive" mutation.

http://www.plosgenetics.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pgen.1002240

Sung Chun1, Justin C. Fay1,2*
1 Computational and Systems Biology Program, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America, 2 Department of Genetics and Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America:
"Evidence for Hitchhiking of Deleterious Mutations within the Human Genome"
According to this article of 1000 samples of human genomes, there is an average of 1000 deleterious mutations per person.  Quote: "Each human is estimated to carry on the order of 1,000 deleterious mutations in their genome."
These are FIXED (permanent) in the reproductive process.

There are way over 45,000 total mutations found and this represents the sick condition of human kind.  How we have degraded and are heading for extinction. 

The only cure for this is absolute adherence to moral behavior to wipe out all these various virus diseases that are eating away at our genome, stop using mutagenic substances.

  Stop destroying our species from ignorance mixed with compulsions that are way out of balance.

The next paper states that there has been on average 3 FIXED deleterious mutations passed on.  Considering

    


Also Note that there are 47000 species on the worldwide endangered species list including all the cousins of humans, the chimps, and all apes, many species of monkeys.  go look.

This one attempts to describe the cause of mutations, but for some reason humans are unable to be objective about human behavior, especially if they participate in it.

http://genome.cshlp.org/content/22/3/429.full.pdf

http://www.onelife.com/evolve/degen.html

The daily death rate due to cancer has risen by 122% since 1948. Keep in mind that there were no treatments for cancer except to cut out tumors and some rudimentary treatments that pretty much always failed. So even with all the medical success, cancer is winning because our genetics has degraded drastically since 1948.
In 48 we used toxic chemicals on DDT foods, most people smoked unfiltered cigarette. Drinking was necessary at any social gathering. In other words it's far less toxic now. Also we had lead in the gasoline that was floating in the air along with the unburned hydrocarbons.
Now the air is clear, no DDT, no lead poison in the air, smoking has declined, and people are aware of highly processed foods.

Renouned Dr. Ben Carson has his version.
He is a famous pediatric surgeon.
http://www.evolutionnews.org/2012/07/dr_ben_carson_o061601.html
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Reply #1 - Sep 9th, 2012 at 7:06am
 
Funny how this page is the most conclusive on the condition of humanity but people avoid it like the plague.
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Reply #2 - Sep 23rd, 2012 at 1:05pm
 
Cancer incidence and mortality in the Czech Republic.
Dusek L, Muzík J, Gelnarová E, Fínek J, Vyzula R, Abrahámová J.
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Institute of Biostatistics and Analyses, Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. dusek@iba.muni.cz

"All neoplasms, including non-melanoma skin cancer, reached a crude incidence rate of almost 736 cases per 100,000 men and 648 cases per 100,000 women in 2007. The annual mortality rate exceeded 263 deaths per 100,000 population; each year, more than 27,000 persons die of cancer. The overall incidence of malignancies has increased during the last decade with growth index + 26.4% (1997-2007) while the mortality rate has stabilized over this time span (growth index in 1977-2007: -2.5%). Consequently, the prevalence has significantly increased in the registration period and in 2007 it exceeded 400,000 cases. In addition to the demographic ageing of the Czech population, the cancer burden is increased by the growing incidence of multiple primary tumours (recently more than 11% of the total incidence). The most frequent diagnoses include colorectal cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer and prostate cancer. Although some neoplasms are increasingly diagnosed at an early stage (e.g. proportion of stage I + II in female breast cancer: 71.9%, skin melanoma: 81.3%), in general early diagnostics is insufficient in the Czech Republic. This is the case even for highly prevalent colorectal carcinoma (only 43.2% of incident cases recently diagnosed at stage I or II)."
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Reply #3 - Nov 8th, 2012 at 2:49am
 
"The U.S. infant mortality rate was 6.75 infant deaths per 1,000 live births in 2007, not significantly different than the rate of 6.68 in 2006. Infant mortality rates ranged from 4.57 per 1,000 live births for mothers of Central and South American origin to 13.31 for non-Hispanic black mothers."  USA CDC.

In the last 5 years the infant mortality rates in all the "civilized" countries have risen after nearly 50 prior years of going down.
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Reply #4 - Dec 19th, 2012 at 9:51pm
 
DNA shows we had over 20,000 more active genes, had 17,000 less genetic diseases, and were far more intelligent than the weak and sickly creatures who cannot live for more than 40 years now without medical aid.
It is quite well understood that Evotards are a product of cultural political  brainwashing and are an example of this genetic degradation to the point of belief in fantasy nonsense to keep those rich bastards in power. It is quite simple, Evotards are a f**king moron who believes in magical nonsense.
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Reply #5 - Dec 22nd, 2012 at 3:40pm
 
More statistics that make me cringe.

STD' are pandemic and they are caused by immorality.

Evodelusionism teaches immorality. 
The countries with the highest numbers of STD's and highest rate of rise of cancer all have high numbers of believers in evolution.
http://evolutionsciencenow.blogspot.com/2013/03/how-did-we-get-so-sickly.html
Approximately 1 in 3 people in the USA, have STD's, sexually transmitted diseases.  The highest rates are in the 14 to 24 years old people.

In the last 10 years STD's has gone up 200%.

The highest numbers of new cases or HPV and Chlamydia are in young women ages 14 to 24. 

In the USA the highest rise in STD's and breast cancer are in liberal states CA, NY, MA,CT, PA.

STD's are the primary way in which fixed germ level mutations are caused in the fetus that are permanent and destructive to life.

The viral infection attracts the first cells in the fetus, or attacks the sperm or the egg and destroys the original coding.  If the child lives to reproduce it becomes another cause of our genetic suicide.

All of this is verifiable from any decent education on mutations and how they get into our species.

We have huge increases in genetic diseases and people are still promoting myths to avoid reality.
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Reply #6 - Feb 14th, 2013 at 12:32pm
 
The rise of cancer, a genetic disease in which the body's repair mechanism cannot fix a mutated cell, and the bodies immune system no longer recognizes and destroys cancer cells is on the rise.  In the US it is up 135% in 35 years. In Australia the land of militant Evotards it is up 229% in 25 years. The statistics of childhood cancer is very disturbing, 135% in 34 years with the highest incidents in under 1 year old babies. Genetic degradation is all there is. There's no evolution!

According to seer(dot)cancer(dot)gov the invasive cancer rates for children are a horrible statistic that people seem to want to avoid. It is something you need to realize while your actions can help to stop this.
A rise of 199.7% in Intracranial and intraspinal embryonal tumors 1975 to 2009 Table 29.3
Social Liberalism and lack of a moral compass is bad for health.
The bottom line of morality is to stop human suffering.
Evodelusionism supports more defective babies being born.
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Reply #7 - May 9th, 2013 at 8:31am
 
Acute leukaemia
Kavita Raj
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The acute leukaemias consist of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) and acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). ALL occurs predominantly in children whereas AML occurs mainly in the elderly. These may present as medical emergencies such as neutropenic sepsis, hyperleucocytosis and coagulopathy. Whilst 80% of children with ALL are cured, the outcomes for most AML patients remain poor and treatment strategies to improve this are needed. In both ALL and AML recurrent cytogenetic abnormalities have prognostic significance. A normal karyotype is intermediate risk in AML and ALL but is made up of a heterogeneous group with varied outcomes. Whole exome sequencing of patients with normal karyotype acute myeloid leukaemia reveals recurrent molecular mutations in FLT3, NPM, CEBPα, IDH1 and 2 and DNMT 3a that are of additional prognostic and possible therapeutic value. Whilst the mainstay of treating acute leukaemia remains chemotherapy with additional allogeneic stem cell transplantation as consolidation in high-risk disease, the discovery of novel molecular mutation may result in personalized therapy with drugs that target the abnormal pathways and also offer a marker that can be monitored for minimal residual disease. The ability to detect minimal residual disease enables the possibility of early intervention to prevent relapse. Cumulatively these may improve the outcomes in acute leukaemia.
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