Don’t Count on Pink to Save Your Hooters from Cancer by Lorraine Haataia, PhD


Would you like some milk? Or how about a soft drink, a mixed drink or some dessert? It’s ironic that the Hooters menu features some of the very foods that may be detrimental to bosoms. Many of these foods, along with hamburger buns. sauces and other items on the menu are laced with high fructose corn syrup made from GMO corn.

Not long ago I heard that Hooters was considering starting a home delivery service called Knockers. JB. Surveys consistently show that most men like knockers. And many of them are willing to do just about anything to fit them into their daily routine. Hooters put the idea on hold for now, however, because some of the young women were having trouble getting through the training.

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Madam who?
Madam foot is caught in the door. 

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Doris who?
Doris locked, so I had to knock. AT

Men gather together to keep an eye Hooters. The NFL Shop sells more than 1000 pink products in a category they call “breast cancer awareness gear,” to make sure that all Americans know how bad the problem is. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in American women, who have about a 1 in 8 chance of being diagnosed at some point in their lifetimes.

But I can’t help but wonder why adults need to pay for gear to prove they’ve been informed of this? Kids get gold stars on their foreheads in kindergarten and that’s cute. But men wearing pink ribbons is like women putting blue balls stickers on their faces. The most common forms of cancer in men occurs in their prostates or on the skin of their heads or faces.

Don’t buy this pink stuff! It won’t do anything to save your boobs or your wife’s, whatever the case may be. Monsanto, cancer centers, pharmaceutical companies and even the NFL are all profiting from this pinkwashing.Football was an obvious choice for pinkwashers who it would be a bad idea to promote pink at the Olympics. Why advertise that we have one of highest rates of breast cancer in the world? BBC News Magazine. The pinkwashers don’t want this kind of news to make headlines. If foreigners leak information to Americans about what they can do to help prevent it, it would be bad business for insurance companies, cancer centers and big pharma.

It’s hard enough on women who are told by their doctors and insurance companies that they need annual mammograms. For the men out there who’ve never experienced a mammogram, imagine this. Another man places your wiener between the refrigerator and its door. Then he pushes on the door as hard as he can until you’re sure your wiener has become a sausage patty. Or picture another man maneuvering your joystick on an ice block and then putting another heavy ice block on top, crushing it down on you until you doubt whether you’ll ever experience joy again. CC

What Pink Ribbons founder, Jane Weiner, did to help save her sister is certainly admirable. It’s always nice to hear a success story about someone saving the life of a loved one. But this pink thing has gotten completely out of control. Now you can buy pink just-about-anything or participate in a pink walk, run or bike ride to raise more funds for cancer centers and pharmaceutical drugs that “cure” women through inhumane tortuous treatments.

During football season, millions of Americans tailgate and then sit back to drink and eat junk food while they cheer on the few dozen guys in the stadium who are actually getting some exercise. The next time you see a team sporting pink gloves, socks or shoelaces, here’s what you need to realize. The corn chips, popcorn, candy, soft drinks, and mixed drinks full of high fructose corn syrup sold at these “sports” stadiums are increasing your risk of cancer. And you’re forking out the dollars to put these addictive and GMO poisons into your body! Non GMO Project

Watch this clip to see the effects of eating Monsanto GMO corn . . .

Take a look at the Pink Ribbons website. You won’t find any information about prevention. It’s all about supporting cancer centers and the drugs and treatments they sell.  They’re helping to fund the “cure” side of the issue rather which is exactly why pink has become so popular. The “cure” industry is big business and it’s fully entrenched in every aspect of American culture.

City of HOPE – City of Hospitals, Oncologists, Pharmaceuticals & Expenses

Angelina Jolie was busted. But thanks to American medicine and places like City of HOPE, she isn’t anymore. Read the signs. Americans build cities around Hospitals, Oncologists, Pharmacies, and Expenses.

Women who face breast cancer certainly need help and much more support than their bras can offer. They need more solutions. And we also need more organizations focusing on prevention for other women who want to keep their hooters.

If you’re looking for less traumatic cures, contact the Burzynski Clinic, the Gerson InstituteHoxsey ClinicCure Naturoli Cancro, or other similar alternatives in the US or abroad. If you’re aware of others, please let me know and I’ll add them to this list. Chances are, you’ll have to come up with the money on your own. Even if you have insurance, they’re not likely to cover “alternative treatments” since most insurance companies are in bed with the rest of the pinkwashers. Your doctor, cancer center and insurance company wants you to fear anything outside their fortress walls.

What can women do to reduce their risk of breast cancer? Check out Dr. Mercola’s articles Why Medicine Won’t Allow Cancer to be Cured and Breast Cancer Breakthrough for some great tips. And watch some of these movies:

A flat-chested young lady went to a doctor for advice on enlarging her breasts.

“Every morning during your shower, massage your breasts and say ‘scooby dooby doobies, I want bigger boobies.’” the doctor told her.

She did this faithfully for several weeks and it seemed to be working. But one morning she was running late and forgot her morning ritual. She didn’t want to lose momentum so she began her ritual on the bus. “Scooby dooby doobies, I want bigger boobies.”

A guy sitting nearby said, “Do you go to Dr. Hugh G. Rection by chance?” MBS

“Yes, how did you know?” she asked.

“Hickory dickory dock, I want a bigger . . . ”  TTF

Dr. Lorraine Haataia, PhD, is a freelance writer and health humorist. See more by Dr Lorraine at

Douglas Farrago MD

Douglas Farrago MD is a full-time practicing family doc in Forest, Va. He started Forest Direct Primary Care where he takes no insurance and bills patients a monthly fee. He is board certified in the specialty of Family Practice. He is the inventor of a product called the Knee Saver which is currently in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The Knee Saver and its knock-offs are worn by many major league baseball catchers. He is also the inventor of the CryoHelmet used by athletes for head injuries as well as migraine sufferers. Dr. Farrago is the author of four books, two of which are the top two most popular DPC books. From 2001 – 2011, Dr. Farrago was the editor and creator of the Placebo Journal which ran for 10 full years. Described as the Mad Magazine for doctors, he and the Placebo Journal were featured in the Washington Post, US News and World Report, the AP, and the NY Times. Dr. Farrago is also the editor of the blog Authentic Medicine which was born out of concern about where the direction of healthcare is heading and the belief that the wrong people are in charge. This blog has been going daily for more than 15 years Article about Dr. Farrago in Doximity Email Dr. Farrago – [email protected] 

  7 comments for “Don’t Count on Pink to Save Your Hooters from Cancer by Lorraine Haataia, PhD

  1. Mark
    October 27, 2013 at 10:07 pm


    This is embarrassing. It is poorly written, tangential, juvenile, confusing, not funny, and full of inaccurate information. And I’m just being nice by putting it this way. There are more blunt ways to describe garbage like this.

    I have read your blog for many years and have enjoyed (and mostly agreed with) your well written topical pieces (especially those that address the ridiculous state of medicine today). Don’t dilute your hard work and effort by publishing this crap. I would prefer a shorter weekly blog with your trademark incisive commentary- which makes for much better reading.


    • Doug Farrago
      October 28, 2013 at 7:38 am

      Mark, I am sorry I don’t agree with you but I do appreciate all your feedback. It’s funny but I have been hammered by other people just as much as you hammered Lorraine. Honestly, I get tired of seeing my own commentary some times. I find that, at times, my own stuff is poorly written, tangential, juvenile, confusing and and not funny when I read it later on. As I said before, I want to put competing narratives in this blog to shake it up. It is not often but we all need to be a little tolerant. I do not support EVERYTHING that is printed by others here. Interestingly, after some time, I realized I don’t even support some of the things I had written in the past. But…..that being said, we all need to lighten the f&ck up.

  2. Bridget Reidy
    October 25, 2013 at 2:04 pm

    I always wonder why people think “awareness” is a worthy goal. What disease are people more aware of than breast cancer, and what does awareness achieve? If these organizations supported victims I’d be interested, but enough public money already goes to research that is then patented and sold to back to us at great expense. Imagine if a pink organization helps a single parent with home and child care during chemo treatments or the Alzheimer’s Association starts offering relief for 24 hour family caregivers, (as opposed to classes to teach you how not to say “no” if you’re fortunate enough to ever be offered relief).

  3. RB
    October 24, 2013 at 10:23 am

    What’s with all this quacky crap, Dr Doug? Mercola, hater of doctors and spreader of lies? The Gerston protocol– disproven but still killing people decades later? Burzynski? Did you even bother to fact-check? This is the shit that drains families dry with false promises. Sure, pharma’s got its troubles, but why would you print this BS?

    Anyone who wants to learn more about what goes on with this kind of quackery, you can start here:

    Doug, don’t be a credulous loser. The quacks can quack, but you’re a doctor. C’mon.

    • Doug Farrago
      October 24, 2013 at 12:01 pm

      I am allowing for competing narratives. Your welcome to push back, like you did, but as you will see by an upcoming entry, western medicine has a lot of problems (hint: the saturated fat scam). There is some quackery out there from both ends.

  4. Tom Walsh
    October 23, 2013 at 10:01 am

    This article pushes the “no High Fructose Corn Syrup” agenda which is about as truthful as Al Gore’s Global Warming.
    The differences between regular sugar and High Fructose Corn sugar are 1. “Regular Sugar” comes from Sugar Cane or Sugar Beets while HFCS comes from corn. 2. Regular Sugar” costs about 7 times what HFCS.
    Incredible that some activists, without any scientific proof (that lovely picture notwithstanding) want to kill an industry.
    Cane sugar — 50% Fructose 50% Dextrose
    HFCS 55% Fructose 45% Dextrose>

    Plus, if you go in your grandmother’s cupboard you will find a bottle of Corn Syrup. I would almost bet on that. It’s been around for years.

    By the way, Al gore predicted that the Arctic Polar Ice Cap would be melted by 2013. They found just the opposite with approx 6 million square miles of new ice both there and at the Antarctic Ice Cap. I haven’t heard anything about this from Big Al, have you?

    • Doug Farrago
      October 23, 2013 at 10:51 am

      HFCS got put into everything. Read Omnivore’s Dilemma. It is not so much that corn is bad. It is that it is hidden as sugar and got into everything.

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