BAN ALL SITES THAT DISCRIMINATE AND TRIVIALIZE CANCER VICTIMS
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BAN ALL SITES THAT DISCRIMINATE AND TRIVIALIZE CANCER VICTIMS

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      Protect Sufferers from Abusive Cancer Sites

This is a terrible disease which has an extremely high impact on cancer sufferers , family and friends . It is a stressful enough condition to deal with , without having people make fun of the disease on Social Networking Sites . This must be stopped with the total support and backing of Facebook . Sites and Pages that promote this type of behavior must be closed down and banned .

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    • kim bowie ELGIN, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      my daughter had cancer when she was 6 years old i find pages like those terrible and wrong. My daughter also has facebook and those pages would upset her PLEASE PLEASE LETS END THESE

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    • JENNIFER CAMPBELL PHENIX CITY, AL
      • about 2 years ago

      I HAVE HAD FAMILY MEMBERS THAT'S HAD CANCER'

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    • N L AMLWCH, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      Growing up the closest person to me died from cancer, and I can tell you that there is NOTHING funny about it, the pages are just sick and the people who created them must have a really sick and twisted mind to even think something like that! I lost someone who fought cancer twice but lost their second battle, I'm not even 16 yet but I will never forget them, and there is nothing about an illness so serious as cancer

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    • Candace Basham MARIETTA, OK
      • about 2 years ago

      Because there is nothing funny about cancer.

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    • Deborah Wentworth PHENIX CITY, AL
      • about 2 years ago

      I have a friend who's husband has cancer, and I have a son that is disabled!

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