This Blog Could be a Lifesaver


When I read Angelina Jolie’s article in the New York Times, like everyone else I was struck by how straightforward, beautifully written, informative and brave it was. Most of the comments that followed the article applauded her decision to take a very private matter public. But there were also a number of disturbing comments, like the reader who wrote, “I think this is a crazy thing to do. I do not think there is a direct link between gene fault and cancer…[she should just] avoid toxins: eat organic food … drink clean water, and live in a wooden healthy home.”