January 22, 2008
Although ovarian cancer is a “silent killer”, but it DOES speak if you listen hard for some tell-tale signs.
It was because of certain symptoms on my body which prompted me to ask for an abdominal ultrasound scan from a female doctor at Tampines Polyclinic. I remembered when I shared with her that I had pains on my left ovary and abdominal areas, she screamed at me saying, “IT IS NORMAL TO HAVE PAIN DOWN THERE!!” She sounded as if I was making a ridiculous request in asking for an abdominal ultrasound scan.
Nevertheless, I insisted for the scan because my body told me that what I had been suffering all these years were abnormal. I was glad that I listened to my own body.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Molly, a young survivor of 2 years from Ovarian cancer, shares with all young women how she listened to her body and detected her cancer at an early stage."
July 31, 2007
Singapore Critic said:
They talk as if all homosexuals have no sense of shame, and as if regular heterosexuals actually make out in Orchard Rd for everyone to see normally. Young PAP say: I am against any change of law/policy on homosexuals because: 1. They threaten the social fabric of the nation. Their ways represent an alternative for which we should not accept as being mainstream. 2. They cannot procreate and thus cannot produce offspring for our nation. 3. They cannot serve as soldiers because instead of serving alongside our men in green, they are more keen to sodomise them.
Recommended by scritic: "Young PAP's homophobic view is disturbingly childish ...."