Another Buttercup said about people listening to research on cancer etc but not about this......Some research says that if you smoke you will get cancer -- that's not always true. Some research says if you get X kind of cancer you have less than 2 weeks to live -- that's not necessarily true. Everyone has to glean out the information for themselves and research should only be a guideline. Research may show A, but it does not mean that A is ALWAYS true. I have a friend that had brain cancer and was told it was a death sentence and she should get her affairs in order and that she had 2 weeks -- She lived another 3 years. Statistically, melanoma is another cancer I have a friend that has and she has beat the odds countless times -- so much so she is now the subject of others research because she is an anomaly. When you take research at face value you become a slave to what others tell you is true -- you have to experience -- not just read -- to discern good information from bad. Discernment is key and some people don't have that at all.