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61  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: Indian medicine, at 1/100th cost, saves Aussie's life on: August 25, 2015, 01:37:19 PM
Greed. Thats their bottom line, much more than most other industries. The highly qualified chemical engineers and medical graduates arent even the ones who make this money though its their right. its the top end management who get six , seven figure salaries for boosting profits by increasing cost of drugs which they know will be in huge demand or needed for life. No doubt research costs are very high, recovery potential is also high if they apply simple but risky economics of quantity.

Most of research costs for Cancer comes from charity. The public. Families who have lost someone to the illness or those who leave their assets to such causes before they die.
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62  General Category / Technical & Science & Mysteries / Re: How muscles work on: August 25, 2015, 03:56:22 AM
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Im sure you have full knowledge of how the smallest muscle in your body works...
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63  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: Indian medicine, at 1/100th cost, saves Aussie's life on: August 25, 2015, 03:45:56 AM
Thats an amazing medicine, dampened by the fact that it costs so much, Gilead Sciences though should understand such a drug if this highly priced will be available to just a few, while the rest, potentially possible to help with sofosbuvir will just die due to lack of resources.
Sadly this is the same old story for millions around the world.

Money....Or lack of. Greed by drug companies and others whose only aim is profits not saving lives.

There is also the fact that even those who have all the money in the world, die too... As often their money cannot save them.

This man was diagnosed early before the decease had taken hold, hence the treatment seems to be working. Unfortunately many have illnesses that are either diagnosed too late or without symptoms, or sometimes symptoms present are ignored. In those cases money dosent save them anyway.

Even when an illness has spread beyond the point of recovery, money will be made until the patient takes their last breath or they will suffer more... Its a wicked world  Sad
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64  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: Woman Gets Revenge On Cheating Partner... on: August 25, 2015, 03:37:16 AM
thanks a lot Sarky...now I'm worried,

If you are innocent then you have nothing to worry about Ricardo, as no one will be seeking revenge against you  Smiley
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65  General Category / The Newsroom / Re: Porn Site releases Personal Data Of Users... on: August 25, 2015, 03:11:53 AM

If one were to go by the report released by the National Crime Records Bureau, it seems that in the year 2010, men in India were the weaker sex. In other words, more husbands committed suicide than wives.

An analysis of the suicide data shows that every 8.5 minutes a man commits suicide somewhere in India. In other words, in 2010, 168 men killed themselves every day.

Its known that men from disadvantaged backgrounds and lower social classes are more at risk of suicide

The stats are higher for men taking their own lives in other countries too, not just India. There are also many reasons why men (or women) decide to choose this option.

1 in 4 people experience mental health issues at some point in their lives.


A cop committed suicide after he was exposed by Ashley Madison website too...
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66  Image Zone / Amazing, Breathtaking, Cute, etc. / Re: People's Cremated Remains Turned Into Diamonds on: August 22, 2015, 09:17:04 PM
The dead give back to the land that has benefited them. Land is not taken up at all, rather its used for a purpose.
Cremations have been popular for years now  Smiley Its what the deceased chooses
Many make their arrangements for their funerals (and book and pay for it) many years before they die.

You can see how a British cremation takes place here...
The truth about cremation-the British Funeral :youtube
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67  Image Zone / Amazing, Breathtaking, Cute, etc. / Re: People's Cremated Remains Turned Into Diamonds on: August 22, 2015, 08:49:46 PM
its odd and creepy.

People have cremation done ? What about burials  Undecided
Burials aren't so common now Huzee. Only 25% of funerals now are burials

Cremations here are not like in India. Nobody sets fire to or see,s their relatives get burnt. A service is held, then a few days/weeks later they go to collect the ashes. They either keep them in the home, have another service to scatter them, or scatter them wherever the deceased person enjoyed being.

People are increasingly thinking eco friendly (the land should be for the living! Not taken up by dead bodies)  Smiley
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68  Image Zone / Amazing, Breathtaking, Cute, etc. / Re: LIFE IS GOOD, itsjusthowyoulookatit on: August 22, 2015, 08:47:09 PM
Flowers + Quotes = Good Life
i think so  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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69  Image Zone / Amazing, Breathtaking, Cute, etc. / Re: "AWAY" Beaches In G O A ! on: August 22, 2015, 08:46:03 PM
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70  Image Zone / Amazing, Breathtaking, Cute, etc. / Re: R I C H "Beggar" on: August 22, 2015, 08:45:25 PM
A good career  lol

Its well known that beggars can sometimes earn more than a graduate!
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