💊 What diseases, ailments, or treatments will I get in my lifetime?
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92%
Surgery
81%
Blood transfusion
74%
Cancer (any)
66%
Chemo
63%
Vasectomy
56%
Broken / fractured bone
54%
RSV
52%
Heart Attack
50%
Osteoporosis
50%
Scoliosis
50%
Gout
44%
Alzheimer's
41%
Graves' Disease
37%
Whooping Cough
34%
Cancer (bone)
34%
Coma
27%
Organ transplant
26%
Blindness in at least one eye
22%
Cirrhosis
18%
Amputation

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Cancer (any)

This is at 90%. Harsh! @strutheo do you smoke 5 packs of cigs a day or something?

@ClubmasterTransparent If you live long enough, cancer is often a seemingly inevitable "default". So, if you're making guesses about someone who seems likely to make substantial efforts towards health and longevity in other ways, cancer is a likely candidate. 90% seems perhaps high, but I'd expect the rate to be higher than in the general population.

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Coma
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I bet assuming this would be an accidental state, but you mention treatments. does an induced coma count?

@Stralor induced coma counts!! a coma is a coma here

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The ratio of men to women for Lupus and Bulimia is about 1:10. So if I had to take a chance and bet, I'd say you won't have lupus or bulimia.

@JaredAsh yay!!! thnks doc

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