Has cancer charities become such big business that researchers really don't want to find a cure?
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Cancer Societies have been shutting down cures for many years now. There are cures, there have been cures. But you are exactly right, they would not be profitable for the industry.
Instead they spend their (our) money on expensive treatments that cause cancers to return, and don't do anything about the cause.
Cancer societies and charities have done everything they can to make the public believe that the doctors who develop real cures are quacks and have even brought them down with ridiculous law suits.
Many Americans travel outside of the USA to get treatments that WORK but that have been outlawed because of the Cancer Societies greed.
It's scary and outrageous, but it's happening nonetheless!
yes it has. it's a multi-billion dollar business, not a way to find a cure. it is our fault that it's like this because we all want a cure but few of us care how it happens. the irony is with the foods we eat and the way we pollute, we are the ones giving ourselves cancer.
by Holle Abee8 years ago
I give to charities, but know what makes me mad? When you give to one and they share your information with a zillion other charites. Then your phone rings off the hook with folks begging for money to save the tree...
by Charlu5 years ago
If given a large sum of money which you had to donate to charity which one would it be and why?
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