A few years ago, I asked a dumbed-down oncologist named Graham in a Jackson, Mississippi cancer clinic how come they had so many sugar-laden products on the clinic’s menu available for consumption by its cancer patients because everybody knows that sugar feeds cancer. He said emphatically, “That’s not true. That’s absolutely not true.” Yet downstairs in the lobby among the reading material was the promo brochure for his clinic confirming the same thing that I had just asked him about. Later, a nurse told me that they urged their patients to consume the sugary desserts and packaged food bars and drinks to help them regain the weight they had lost. (Of course, most die before regaining any appetite.)

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