(NaturalNews) The host of the NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman, recently hit the streets of New York to ask people what they thought about the idea of buckets of fried chicken curing cancer. This is in response to the recent alliance announcement between Komen for the Cure and Kentucky Fried Chicken, where pink buckets of chicken are now being touted as a way to "end breast cancer forever."
When asked about using fried chicken to cure cancer, one man replies, "I don't think that's gonna cure breast cancer. The chicken itself is not even free range chicken, it's probably processed on some kind of slaughterhouse farm. It's horrendous. I don't think it's gonna cure anything."
Another woman says on the video, "If you want to support the breast cancer foundation, why don't you just donate the money to the foundation instead of buying crappy chicken?"
A third man adds, "That doesn't look like something I would want to eat. I think it's more likely to cause breast cancer. Doesn't look too good to me. Deep fried."
Another woman who actually supports Komen for the Cure says, "If you value the life of a chicken and how they are put in these boxes, there are a lot of questions to be asked. Food, Inc. is a great movie to see."
A different woman adds on camera, "I think it's horrible. I wouldn't feed that to a pigeon. If you really want to help cure breast cancer, I think you should boycott all foods like this."
A man named Ethan says, "The Susan Komen organization should be focusing on healthful ways of curing this world, eradicating disease not encouraging it with this crap."
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