posted on Oct, 20 2006 @ 10:10 AM
Quite honestly, I have believed that such drugs have been possible for many years. Don't tell me that we can put people on the moon, make robots and
cars that park themselves, use stunning technology to make fat people thin, give people breasts, and turn men into women, but we can't seem to stop
those pesky tumors. It just doesn't make sense.
I believe that this South Korean development is finally a step in the right direction. Cancer patients are given chemo which attacks and destroys
EVERYTHING. Then they have to take other meds to keep the rest of their body alive after being given the poisonous chemo. Meds + Meds + Meds +
Hospital stays = MONEY MONEY MONEY.
Perhaps the fact that a country has stopped spending billions developing ways for 80 pound women to have DD breasts and started to develop ways to
cure diseases is a sign that people finally have stopped bowing to the drug companies.
Think about it this way... do you think that we as a society can not develop tires for cars that will NEVER go flat? Of course we can! We don't
because if we do hundreds of thousands of people will lose their jobs, and hundreds of companies will go broke. You get the four tires that come with
your car, and that's it. Bye bye goodyear et al.
Consider this the same way. Except it looks like South Korea is taking a stand.
[edit on 10-20-2006 by Djarums]