cancer

David Bowie succumbed to cancer at the age of 69 and he died because we let it.

We let it because not enough people care enough to donate to the fight against cancer (The ugly C) while it continues to do its thing.

What kind of cancer David died from does not matter, because cancer is called cancer, with a descriptor tagged on to the front of the name to describe where it occurred in the body, but the bottom line was, it was cancer.

The most common kinds of cancer are colon, lung and breast cancer, while there are roughly over 100 different types.

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