2 more suspects for the John Terry case

According to media reports noteably from RJR and the Gleaner two more men have been arrested in connection with the murder of Honorary British Consul John Terry last month.One is from St. James and the other is from Bushy Park in St Catherine.

The two were picked up during an operation at a house in Bushy Park Friday morning. Assistant Commissioner of Police Les Green says the police have established a motive for Mr. Terry’s Killing but are not prepared to release it at this time. Earlier this month, a 23-year old man was arrested in connection with the murder.

He is still in custody awaiting an identification parade. Mr. Terry’s body was found at his home in Mount Carey, St. James on September 9.

Mr. Terry was said to have died from strangulation. Why do I get the feeling that the Police are gonna tell us it’s gay panic or some gays planned to extort him or something to that effect.

Anyway let us wait and see some more. Seeing the whole Buju thing going on now and his pronouncements that gays are killing each other off instead of the JFLAG and other human rights bodies reports of anti gay or homophobic killings that proposed theory of mine may just fit in perfectly timed to bolster that original argument and belief by many in our society.

H

Continuing Breast Cancer Month Posts

Frequently Asked Questions from the Jamaica Cancer Society, visit their website for more useful information.

Here you will find some answers to the most often asked questions relating to cancer and cancer treatment. Hopefully you will find an answer to your question below.
If you do not see your question here or on their website(click image), email JCS at: mail@jamaicacancersociety.org and they will post your question and the answer there. Your privacy will be maintained of course.

Q. What Is A Pap Smear ?

A. The Pap smear, or cervical smear, is an early warning test, which shows whether there are any changes in the cervix, which might develop
into cancer (precancerous changes), as well as detecting cancer of the cervix if it is already present.

Q. What Causes Cervical Cancer ?

A. It is now known that the human papilloma virus (HPV) is found in nearly all cases of cervical cancer and is therefore the primary risk factor.
There are over 100 types of HPV, most of which do not cause cancer, however some HPV are high risk and associated with cervical cancer.

Q. What Are The First Signs Of Cervical Cancer ?

A. The first identifiable symptoms are:
Watery or bloody vagina discharge
Post Coital Bleeding (bleeding after intercourse)
Bleeding between periods or after menopause

Causes of the cancer are linked to sexually transmitted viral infection, such as, genital herpes or human papilloma virus (HPV) that often causes genital warts. Women are likely to develop dysplasia or cervical cancer if they:
had sexual intercourse before 18
had multiple sex partners
had several multiple full term pregnancies
had sexually transmitted diseases
smoke
Most cases of cervical cancer are cured or controlled if caught at an early stage. That is why screening is so important. Every woman over 18 years should have an annual Pap smear.

Q. What Is Chemotherapy ?

A. Chemotherapy is the use of drugs to treat cancer. The drugs are often called “anticancer” drugs.

Q. What Chemotherapy Achieves ?

A. Depending on the type of cancer and its stage of development, chemotherapy can be used to:

cure cancer
keep the cancer spreading;
slow the cancer’s growth;
relieve symptoms that may be caused by cancer.
Chemotherapy is a very effective cancer treatment. Even when chemotherapy cannot cure the disease, it can help people live longer and more comfortably.

Q. What Causes Side Effects?

A. Because cancer cells grow and divide rapidly, anticancer drugs are made to kill faster growing cells. But certain normal, healthy cells also multiply quickly, and chemotherapy can affect these cells, too. When it does, side effects may result. The fast-growing, normal cells most likely to be affected are blood cells forming in the bone marrow and cells in the digestive tract, reproductive system, and hair follicles. Anticancer drugs can also damage cells of the heart, kidney, bladder, lungs, and nervous system. The most common side effects of chemotherapy include nausea and vomiting, hair loss, and fatigue.
Most normal cells recover quickly when chemotherapy is over, so most side effects gradually disappear after treatment ends and the healthy cells have a chance to grow normally. The time it takes to get over some side effects and regain energy varies from person to person. How soon you will feel better depends on many factors, including your overall health and the kinds of drugs you have been taking.

While many side effects go away fairly rapidly, certain ones may take months or years to disappear completely. Sometimes, the side effects can last a lifetime, as when chemotherapy causes permanent damage to the heart, lungs, kidneys, or reproductive organs.
It is important to remember that many people have no long-term problems due to chemotherapy. It is also reassuring to know that doctors are making great progress in preventing some of chemotherapy’s more serious side effects.

Disclaimer
(image and parts of the information herein are owned by the JCS and is no way affilliated with GLBTQ Jamaica or my allies)

Recent scenes from a Buju show Protest

more here:
Many in the lgbt community are upset and just now realising that the whole meeting thing was just a joke, I could have easily predicted that.
Why can’t people see that this is a PR stunt by Buju and his mgmt to plagiarize the lgbt community as if he will ever offer an olive branch of peace.
Cmon people look thru the smoke screen and see the thing for what it is. It’s like an American superstar then doing damage control when something goes wrong with their career or image.
I never bought the idea that he was in a conceeding mood and he reiterates his war comments yet again.
It seems we are no where near tolerance at all in this matter.
According to the report as well, Club patrons, unimpressed by the protests, lined up one hour before Banton’s show. Some laughed andone said, “This is 10 years old. Why are you doing this for something that’s 10 years old. He’s apologized. He’s apologized over and over. Why don’t you go take care of Prop 8?”
Over? How this for over?
Peace and luv
H