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universal treatment that would work against any type of cancer has always seemed like a far-fetched fantasy. But now researchers at Wake Forest University have made a discovery in mice that might one day lead to a "magic bullet" against human cancers if it proves to be true in people.
Originally posted by ATSGUY
THis is a new breakthrough in cancer, its kind of strange and annoying. I mean i have read countless articles on new breakthroughs for cancer within this past year and i see none of it after words.*
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Originally posted by Don Wahn
I think that there are probably a ton of cures for cancer that have been discovered throughout the years, but for one reason or another, they are all squashed by the establishment.
Granted this is a completely conspiratorial view, my guess is that "they" would rather have people dying, and pumping money into the system, rather than curing everyone with cancer and letting the population continue to grow.
The pseudo research of Royal Rife and its following supression only goes to show what happens to bright people with ideas, whether they be mainstream or off the cuff.
All in all, I think that there are numerous cures for cancer, but they will never make it into the mainstream unless we have people that will allow it into the mainstream. Otherwise, they will stay supressed forever.