So what do I as a cancer survivor do with all of this conflicting evidence? I choose to err on the side of caution and cut soy out of my diet. A primal diet does not include legumes anyway and has much better for you and better tasting sources of protein. Bottom line, I'm not a vegan so I don't need soy in my diet, I don't particularly like it to begin with, and there is no consensus about the potential dangers (or benefits) of it.
You have a habit of putting words into people's mouths and then attacking statements they didn't make. I said that there is research showing the dangers of soy. There is. Lots of it. I go with that position to err on the side of personal safety. I am not and never have been on an anti-soy crusade. Put down the broad brush you like to paint people with for a minute and you could actually see what someone says better.
OK, happy now? Can we get back to iodine?