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#19 - I highly doubt this to be true. 09/28/2013 on The Sphere of life (Going... 0
#15 - "Near death experience" 09/25/2013 on Dang ol' 4th period man -1
#36 - Jep is like Yup, but in Danish  [+] (2 new replies) 09/25/2013 on JEP +3
#56 - pellonpoika (09/25/2013) [-]
also in finnish
#37 - tylosaurus (09/25/2013) [-]
Jep, I can confirm this.
#69 - We have a lot of blind people in Denmark. 09/25/2013 on Using an ATM in Denmark 0
#222 - I would definitely press it.. if I was able to ride … 09/10/2013 on I will 0
#193 - yeah, like some older dude you are scared to talk to! …  [+] (1 new reply) 09/10/2013 on ... 0
User avatar #194 - dambusta (09/10/2013) [-]
yeah i guess but still.
#20 - I can see from the text underneath the skull that this is some… 09/08/2013 on Bone Cancer 0
#26 - Quite like in Denmark :p 09/08/2013 on DARE 0
#38 - SO FUNNY!!! 09/03/2013 on math 0
#19 - This made me laugh way more than it should.. everything is fun…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/03/2013 on Haters Gonna Hate +2
#25 - guiltyparty (09/03/2013) [-]
Oh how true that is,
#20 - Pretty sure its San Fran :o 08/26/2013 on Matter of perspective +3
#45 - If you have a strong core you can expand your stomach like tha… 08/22/2013 on How to get sixpack in few... -2
#173 - maybe the weight of the beads maintains the kinetic energy he … 08/19/2013 on watch this. 0
#225 - The only pollution a nuclear plant is giving off, is the nucle… 08/17/2013 on Nuclear +2
#198 - yeah, I'm not a university level at all... Im currently studyi… 08/16/2013 on Future of Ga... That must... 0
#194 - I have actually often wondered what would happen if someone wi…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/16/2013 on Future of Ga... That must... 0
#196 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Same type of deal, to oversimplify; your immune system system recognizes things that aren't yours. It then kills these things. It would take a serious immune disorder (or a few, i don't study leukemia specifically until next semester in my pathogens class) to cause a spread. that said, i do remember my human blood cell professor saying that research wast being done into something called HTC, a pathogen/virus which may cause leukemia. if this was true, leukemia could very well be contagious under whatever that viruses conditions are
User avatar #198 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
yeah, I'm not a university level at all... Im currently studying biology and chemistry in the danish gymnasium, which is like a hybrid between High School and college. Anyway, I know that the body kills things that does'nt belong, and my own conclusion was that the cancer cells would be killed off. But I guess that if your immune system is banged up very bad it can't fulfill this task.

- I'm gonna look that HTV-1 thingy up now
#197 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
oops, HTV-1, google it, htc is a phone company. its late (3:00 am) and i guess my memory isnt exactly photgraphic
#188 - sorry, not sometimes - always created inside your own body. Wh…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/16/2013 on Future of Ga... That must... 0
#191 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
I understood that, my objection to that sentence was with "perception" and "IMO"
That said, your correction of influenced by outside but created inside classifies everything from genetic defects to sentience itself, and was therefore unnecessary. Sorry to be harsh, I just don't believe opinions have place within medicine
Curious not, cancer isnt always created inside your own body. Cancer can be passed through things like blood donations, though this must be accompanied by a slew of other immune disorders. Theoretically, a right mix of a few severe immune disorders and some really bad luck could cause this to happen, but at that point cancer is your smallest concern
User avatar #194 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
I have actually often wondered what would happen if someone with Leukemia donated blood to a healthy person? - would'nt the cancer cells just die in the new body? or would they live on?
#196 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Same type of deal, to oversimplify; your immune system system recognizes things that aren't yours. It then kills these things. It would take a serious immune disorder (or a few, i don't study leukemia specifically until next semester in my pathogens class) to cause a spread. that said, i do remember my human blood cell professor saying that research wast being done into something called HTC, a pathogen/virus which may cause leukemia. if this was true, leukemia could very well be contagious under whatever that viruses conditions are
User avatar #198 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
yeah, I'm not a university level at all... Im currently studying biology and chemistry in the danish gymnasium, which is like a hybrid between High School and college. Anyway, I know that the body kills things that does'nt belong, and my own conclusion was that the cancer cells would be killed off. But I guess that if your immune system is banged up very bad it can't fulfill this task.

- I'm gonna look that HTV-1 thingy up now
#197 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
oops, HTV-1, google it, htc is a phone company. its late (3:00 am) and i guess my memory isnt exactly photgraphic
#192 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
note*
#187 - I know it can come back, but so can all diseases.. this parti…  [+] (8 new replies) 08/16/2013 on Future of Ga... That must... 0
#189 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Interesting start place.
That said, no, 99% of cured diseases cant come back. Thats why STD was change to STI, to avoid confusion, as ones that come back aren't technically disease by medical standards
. Every met someone with polio? Me fucking neither. Cured is cured, cant ever come back. An "effective cure" is what we call a cure in cancer, which means not cured, its just gone temporarily(might be gone for the rest of a persons life, but success at this level varies)
And your perception and opinion has no effect one what is considered cure and what is not.
User avatar #188 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
sorry, not sometimes - always created inside your own body. What I meant was that sometimes there is external sources affecting this, like radiation etc.
#191 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
I understood that, my objection to that sentence was with "perception" and "IMO"
That said, your correction of influenced by outside but created inside classifies everything from genetic defects to sentience itself, and was therefore unnecessary. Sorry to be harsh, I just don't believe opinions have place within medicine
Curious not, cancer isnt always created inside your own body. Cancer can be passed through things like blood donations, though this must be accompanied by a slew of other immune disorders. Theoretically, a right mix of a few severe immune disorders and some really bad luck could cause this to happen, but at that point cancer is your smallest concern
User avatar #194 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
I have actually often wondered what would happen if someone with Leukemia donated blood to a healthy person? - would'nt the cancer cells just die in the new body? or would they live on?
#196 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Same type of deal, to oversimplify; your immune system system recognizes things that aren't yours. It then kills these things. It would take a serious immune disorder (or a few, i don't study leukemia specifically until next semester in my pathogens class) to cause a spread. that said, i do remember my human blood cell professor saying that research wast being done into something called HTC, a pathogen/virus which may cause leukemia. if this was true, leukemia could very well be contagious under whatever that viruses conditions are
User avatar #198 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
yeah, I'm not a university level at all... Im currently studying biology and chemistry in the danish gymnasium, which is like a hybrid between High School and college. Anyway, I know that the body kills things that does'nt belong, and my own conclusion was that the cancer cells would be killed off. But I guess that if your immune system is banged up very bad it can't fulfill this task.

- I'm gonna look that HTV-1 thingy up now
#197 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
oops, HTV-1, google it, htc is a phone company. its late (3:00 am) and i guess my memory isnt exactly photgraphic
#192 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
note*
#185 - well I had cancer in my lymph nodes 4 years ago - I consider m…  [+] (10 new replies) 08/16/2013 on Future of Ga... That must... 0
#186 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Then you of all people should know that cancer can always come back.

Also, where did your lymphoma start? Like which section of the body? Curiosity killed the cat
User avatar #187 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
I know it can come back, but so can all diseases.. this particular disease is just sometimes created within your own body. It's a matter of perspective imo.

I started in my jaw actually. At first i had a burning sensation in my lips, like when you hit your elbow against something. The doctors, at that point said that it was prolly some nerve damage ( I play american football ), or because I missed some vitamins or minerals. Then later on my teeth started being loose, like when you lose your teeth as a kid, and this was what kickstarted it all. At this point my lips were "burning" so much that I could'nt sleep at night, getting around 2-3 hours of sleep most nights.
#189 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Interesting start place.
That said, no, 99% of cured diseases cant come back. Thats why STD was change to STI, to avoid confusion, as ones that come back aren't technically disease by medical standards
. Every met someone with polio? Me fucking neither. Cured is cured, cant ever come back. An "effective cure" is what we call a cure in cancer, which means not cured, its just gone temporarily(might be gone for the rest of a persons life, but success at this level varies)
And your perception and opinion has no effect one what is considered cure and what is not.
User avatar #188 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
sorry, not sometimes - always created inside your own body. What I meant was that sometimes there is external sources affecting this, like radiation etc.
#191 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
I understood that, my objection to that sentence was with "perception" and "IMO"
That said, your correction of influenced by outside but created inside classifies everything from genetic defects to sentience itself, and was therefore unnecessary. Sorry to be harsh, I just don't believe opinions have place within medicine
Curious not, cancer isnt always created inside your own body. Cancer can be passed through things like blood donations, though this must be accompanied by a slew of other immune disorders. Theoretically, a right mix of a few severe immune disorders and some really bad luck could cause this to happen, but at that point cancer is your smallest concern
User avatar #194 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
I have actually often wondered what would happen if someone with Leukemia donated blood to a healthy person? - would'nt the cancer cells just die in the new body? or would they live on?
#196 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Same type of deal, to oversimplify; your immune system system recognizes things that aren't yours. It then kills these things. It would take a serious immune disorder (or a few, i don't study leukemia specifically until next semester in my pathogens class) to cause a spread. that said, i do remember my human blood cell professor saying that research wast being done into something called HTC, a pathogen/virus which may cause leukemia. if this was true, leukemia could very well be contagious under whatever that viruses conditions are
User avatar #198 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
yeah, I'm not a university level at all... Im currently studying biology and chemistry in the danish gymnasium, which is like a hybrid between High School and college. Anyway, I know that the body kills things that does'nt belong, and my own conclusion was that the cancer cells would be killed off. But I guess that if your immune system is banged up very bad it can't fulfill this task.

- I'm gonna look that HTV-1 thingy up now
#197 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
oops, HTV-1, google it, htc is a phone company. its late (3:00 am) and i guess my memory isnt exactly photgraphic
#192 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
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#149 - I respectfully disagree.  [+] (11 new replies) 08/16/2013 on Future of Ga... That must... +1
#153 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
See my posts below. Also, cancer is in its very basic components an incurable part of cell lifecycles. So saying you disagree is like saying you disagree with the concept of gravity. You can disagree all you want, but facts remain facts, and cancer is human blood cell biology lesson one, day two
User avatar #168 - yorker (08/16/2013) [-]
How does one disagree with a fact? What an idiot.
#173 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Did you look at the post below? Ill copy paste on for your lazy ass
Cancer isnt a genetic material, first off. It's a change in cell structure of dna or rna causing mal-adaptations in a cell, which to be defined as cancer, must be self replication.
Second, its not that complex. Other than individual causes, its pretty much all very similar, a missing damaged amino acid chain cause misreplications for any number of reasons.
User avatar #176 - yorker (08/16/2013) [-]
....I was talking about the other guy. Wtf dude I'm the one that said that cancer is incurable I was talking about the guy you replied to.
#178 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Why did you reply to me then?
User avatar #177 - yorker (08/16/2013) [-]
look at #129 I was agreeing with you and saying the guy was an idiot.
#180 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Oh, i see now, the purple lines are getting confusing, I apologize
User avatar #181 - yorker (08/16/2013) [-]
no problem
#182 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Im also attempting to spread some health knowledge to kriszifcation and Sirwarles barkley, if you know anything on the subject i welcome some help
User avatar #183 - yorker (08/16/2013) [-]
Sorry, I'm not an expert in this field and everything I know has already been said by you. The point is that the crusade for the cure for cancer is pointless.
#174 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
^ that in mind, if you could find an effective "cure" for every cancer, new ones would just arise from different mutations, specifically in the mrna chain
#148 - It is curable? scientists are constantly coming up with new wa…  [+] (12 new replies) 08/16/2013 on Future of Ga... That must... -1
#156 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Thats individual localized cell death. If you kill a mosquito, you haven't cured mosquitos. the same patient can have the same cancer, in the same location, for the same reason, the next day. Thats why "cleared" chemo patients go back for checkups.
User avatar #185 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
well I had cancer in my lymph nodes 4 years ago - I consider myself cured.
#186 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Then you of all people should know that cancer can always come back.

Also, where did your lymphoma start? Like which section of the body? Curiosity killed the cat
User avatar #187 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
I know it can come back, but so can all diseases.. this particular disease is just sometimes created within your own body. It's a matter of perspective imo.

I started in my jaw actually. At first i had a burning sensation in my lips, like when you hit your elbow against something. The doctors, at that point said that it was prolly some nerve damage ( I play american football ), or because I missed some vitamins or minerals. Then later on my teeth started being loose, like when you lose your teeth as a kid, and this was what kickstarted it all. At this point my lips were "burning" so much that I could'nt sleep at night, getting around 2-3 hours of sleep most nights.
#189 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Interesting start place.
That said, no, 99% of cured diseases cant come back. Thats why STD was change to STI, to avoid confusion, as ones that come back aren't technically disease by medical standards
. Every met someone with polio? Me fucking neither. Cured is cured, cant ever come back. An "effective cure" is what we call a cure in cancer, which means not cured, its just gone temporarily(might be gone for the rest of a persons life, but success at this level varies)
And your perception and opinion has no effect one what is considered cure and what is not.
User avatar #188 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
sorry, not sometimes - always created inside your own body. What I meant was that sometimes there is external sources affecting this, like radiation etc.
#191 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
I understood that, my objection to that sentence was with "perception" and "IMO"
That said, your correction of influenced by outside but created inside classifies everything from genetic defects to sentience itself, and was therefore unnecessary. Sorry to be harsh, I just don't believe opinions have place within medicine
Curious not, cancer isnt always created inside your own body. Cancer can be passed through things like blood donations, though this must be accompanied by a slew of other immune disorders. Theoretically, a right mix of a few severe immune disorders and some really bad luck could cause this to happen, but at that point cancer is your smallest concern
User avatar #194 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
I have actually often wondered what would happen if someone with Leukemia donated blood to a healthy person? - would'nt the cancer cells just die in the new body? or would they live on?
#196 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
Same type of deal, to oversimplify; your immune system system recognizes things that aren't yours. It then kills these things. It would take a serious immune disorder (or a few, i don't study leukemia specifically until next semester in my pathogens class) to cause a spread. that said, i do remember my human blood cell professor saying that research wast being done into something called HTC, a pathogen/virus which may cause leukemia. if this was true, leukemia could very well be contagious under whatever that viruses conditions are
User avatar #198 - kriszifcation (08/16/2013) [-]
yeah, I'm not a university level at all... Im currently studying biology and chemistry in the danish gymnasium, which is like a hybrid between High School and college. Anyway, I know that the body kills things that does'nt belong, and my own conclusion was that the cancer cells would be killed off. But I guess that if your immune system is banged up very bad it can't fulfill this task.

- I'm gonna look that HTV-1 thingy up now
#197 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
oops, HTV-1, google it, htc is a phone company. its late (3:00 am) and i guess my memory isnt exactly photgraphic
#192 - cloakedone (08/16/2013) [-]
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#17 - Is this the same person?? I'm like wtf.. 08/15/2013 on game gurls 0
#3 - I ******* love that character! xD  [+] (8 new replies) 08/15/2013 on No...no...mr.captain... -31
#14 - 4chan refugee (08/15/2013) [-]
OMG LEL IS SO FUNNY XDXDXDXDXDXDXD
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#7 - naitsabesh (08/15/2013) [-]
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User avatar #6 - retardedboss (08/15/2013) [-]
Can people stop using the "XD" face? Not because it's annoying, but because someon always get's tons of thumbs for posting one of the "XDDDDDDDDD" pictures/gifs.

They really aren't funny, but the hive-mind has yet to deem them so.
#12 - pappysmurf (08/15/2013) [-]
No i dont think theyll stop.
#4 - zependium (08/15/2013) [-]
#498 - The last one was clever! 08/15/2013 on Video Game Facts #22 0
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