Victim-Blaming At University of North Carolina

Victim-Blaming At University of North Carolina
Is a seven-year-old child to blame for having cancer? What life choices can a first-grader make that would result in a malignant tumor on his right arm? Maybe his parents fed him the wrong foods or raised him in an environment that causes cancer, even though his siblings never got sick and the sarcoma had never been seen in children before.
According to the book 21st Century Wellness, cancer is “a disease of choice.” This paragon of profundity is required reading for the “Lifetime Fitness” course at UNC-Chapel Hill and is part of the curriculum at Arizona State, Ohio State and Brigham Young.

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