posted on Feb, 7 2010 @ 12:10 AM
reply to post by Maybe...maybe not
Yes. I have been told that on many occasions. Perhaps I should have been more explicit.
Find a cheap, 100% harmless cure for each specific cancer then?
Its seems you mentioned you are working for the 'Cancer Industry' or drug industry ( for lack of better term)? Working on technologies that are
complex and such?
That is where we diverge I think. Yes I think technologies could perhaps destroy most cancers one day in the future, but that still leaves behind the
idea of prevention.
'This is what I think'
: We, as humans, are meant to have pure, organic foods, which were originally here on earth and harmonized with earth
long before corporations decided to Genetically Modify, and use harmful chemicals, only to exploit and hurt consumers all while profiteering. These
are the same foods that helped us evolve and become who we are today.
In light of the previously stated, I think cancer treatment technologies can have a tremendous impact on the mortality rate of cancer patients, but
only if they have no side effects.
Hopefully you can see now why I may advocate cures such as the OP found, rather than relying on a billion dollar industry to inch its way to a
"cure" with less side effects, at a cheaper cost.
Hopefully you can see now why I may advocate cures such as the OP found, which is to keep in harmony with the earth, to know why cancer occurs, and
how to prevent it in the future, and for future generations.