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Facebook censors photo of ovarian cancer patient because the truth exposes the criminal drug industry

After a three-year battle, John Piears lost his 41-year-old wife Beata to ovarian cancer in October 2015. In her memory, he launched the “Dying for a Cure” campaign against profiteering drug companies.


To promote the campaign and encourage users to sign his petition, the father-of-two from West Horsley used an image of a cancer patient with a scar near her collarbone from the cancer treatment. In the picture, the woman is holding a sign over her bare chest with the slogan: “UK Government: The profits on cancer drugs are killing us.”


While the picture clearly doesn’t evoke any sexual feelings, Facebook banned the advert because it showed “excessive amounts of skin or suggestive content.”