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Re: A cup of tea

As someone --- who drinks about twenty cups of tea a day, BUT who is now going in to have ovaries removed when other problems sorted out, due to a \'BLOB\' on the scan...... I am VERY hopeful now that all it will be when they remove my ovaries is a PG Tea Bag...

Love Joy xx

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Might be useful to some people Hi Justine,

Well, this might be of interest to some people, like those at high risk of ovarian cancer. After all, it is much easier to reduce the risk of cancer than to treat it and tea has much less side effects than chemo.

I guess the big thing is that more research of all types needs to be carried out on cancer.

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A cup of tea apparantly helps prevent ovarian cancer.

Does anyone else get fed up with all the reports of what can cause cancer, and also what can prevent cancer?

why don\'t they spend the money they use on reporting these stupid stories in research and treatment!!!

kind regards to all
love
Justine
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A cup of tea

A cup of tea