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Why believing in the inevitability of the outcome of cancer can harm your health? – . .

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Cancer does not have to be a death sentence, but it is commonly believed that it is.

When Leonora Arget found a lump in her breast, the first thing she felt was fear. I thought, “Cancer doesn’t seem to have a cure, does it?”

Arjit, a 64-year-old grandmother who shares her home with nine other people and a small shop in Taguig City in the Philippines, was reluctant to visit a health center to confirm what she suspected.

It took nearly a month before Arjet agreed to go for screening, and after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she did not show up for a surgical consultation. “I didn’t really want to get treatment because I was afraid,” she explains.

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