"Querida Cosmopolitan, el cáncer no es un tipo de dieta"
Noticias Cuatro14/04/201713:32 h.
Cosmopolitan, una de las revistas más distribuidas, se ha convertido en el foco de atención en Twitter al ‘vender’ uno de sus reportajes así: ‘Cómo esta mujer perdió 20 kilos sin ‘NINGÚN’ ejercicio’. Al pinchar en el enlace, el lector descubría que la mujer había sufrido problemas de salud, entre ellos un cáncer, que le habían hecho perder peso.
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Una publicación compartida de THE BOD | Starter (@simone_thebod) el 28 de Feb de 2017 a la(s) 5:53 PST
Cancer is not a diet plan. Delete this. https://t.co/G6onc506ud— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) 11 de abril de 2017