The Daily Mail, as you know, is engaged in a philosophical project of mythic proportions: for many years now it has diligently been sifting through all the inanimate objects in the world, soberly dividing them into the ones which either cause – or cure – cancer.
The Daily Mail frequently brings us news of which objects have been discovered to cause cancer, and which have been shown to prevent it. In some cases, they do both.
In order to make sense of this vast resource of clinical information, I’ve scraped the Daily Mail’s website for articles mentioning cancer. To distil this wisdom down into an easily comprehensible form, though, I need some help.
You can assist me by classifying articles, saying
- What the article refers to, e.g. wine or Facebook.
- Whether the thing in question causes or prevents cancer.
I’ll then collate your research into a summary so that we all know how best to live our lives.