The Treatment Of Cancer
2. In Illness as a Metaphor, Susan Sontag argues against the popular usage of military rhetoric to talk about cancer. Why is treating cancer, or disease in general, as an evil enemy problematic for Sontag? In 50-100 words.3.Throughout Illness as a Metaphor, Susan Sontag shows how the imagery associated with tuberculosis and cancer reveals societal attitudes toward the diseases and people who contract them. Discuss one disease, illness, or disability of your choice and the metaphors that have accrued around it. What attitudes are present, and why are they necessary to recognize? In 250-300words.