Stigmatization Forces Silence Over Anal Cancer

Stigmatization Forces Silence Over Anal Cancer


Stigmatization Forces Silence Over Anal Cancer

  Before we get to the article in question, this article is one of those that could prove to make for an interesting read. 

“When Congress passed the Cares Act, it did so without either fully considering the risks it created in the housing market or consulting with the firms that would have to implement and step in on the borrowers’ behalf to advance forborne payments,” said Joshua Rosner, managing director at Graham Fisher & Co., an independent research consultancy. “The Act does not require any proof be furnished, and in fact, prohibits mortgage servicers from asking for any proof of such economic hardship.”

In fact, once this lifeline ends, the fallout could be 4X worse than it was during the 2008 financial crisis. In fact, the coronavirus pandemic could temporarily knock housing prices by 20% on a national basis. Due to the hot money being injected into the system, we expect the housing market to recover quite fast and those with cash will once again be able to purchase property at a substantial discount.  The net result is that more individuals will become net renters. the rich will get richer, the poor poorer and the middle class will be bleed dry.Next subprime Crisis: Auto Bond delinquencies


Anal Cancer

“I know that there are people who are ashamed,” she said. “You have cancer. Should you then also feel ashamed like you did something bad because it took up residence in your anus?”

“There’s a lot of stigma surrounding talking about anal or rectal tissues,” Dr. Dao said. “People tend to put it on the back burner and wait way too long. Or blame it on more benign causes, like haemorrhoids. It might be (haemorrhoids) and probably is in a majority of patients, but that diagnosis should be made by a medical professional and not by the patient thinking there’s nothing going on.”

“About two people in a thousand will get anal cancer. So compared to other cancers, it’s rare, but not rare enough that we don’t see it,” he said. He added that he and other specialists at UT Health Physicians practice see about 10 to 15 cases of anal cancer a year.  Full Story

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Farrah Fawcett died from anal cancer.