(It would also help if Cure would format the comment section better so it\'s easier for people to comment. This is a nightmare. An hour later, I was finally able to comment and it only posted part of my comment. So I will keep trying until the entire thing is here. I\'m not computer illiterate and I\'m about fed up with Cure Magazine completely.)\r\n\r\n
I have been a subscriber of Cure magazine since I was first diagnosed with Lymphoma in 2009. This is the first time I've ever been disappointed in an article you have printed.
This one is so disjointed and overly biased, I couldn't believe it.
Immediately you get the impression that only religious people are able to cope because of their beliefs. You would think that a scientific journal would have some sort of study to measure this, but nope... they simply asked the believers and that was what they themselves felt. Apparently, only people who have a church, prayer and a higher power have the support and encouragement during treatment and since non-believers have none of that, how could they possibly have the faith for survival?
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