Theory that individuals not learning of their sickness are not sick at all. More specifically, if a person is not aware that they have cancer, they will not die of it. The human mind sends endorphins throughout the body, once it is aware of its condition forcing the body to accept the sickness. If the mind is never aware, it cannot send these endorphins; therefore: Prolonging death.
There are no stories of people who have died of cancer, when they didn't know that they had the disease, Only stories of people dying in a short time after being diagnosed. Live longer: Don't see your doctor. Obey the Vanesonian Theory
by Thoerize June 25, 2006
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