Do you think more money is needed to find a cure for cancer?
Throughout the years billions have been raised and it seems like you can't go anywhere without seeing pink ribbons or hearing about an effort to raise money for a cure.
Without inside information this is a tough question. It seems that with all the new technology and the billions that have been spent something should have happened by now. It seems that fundraising itself is almost as big a business as cancer. Conspiracy theories abound, but when you think them through they don't make sense, and yet with all that has been developed it would seem that researchers are greedily perpetuating their existence, so I must leave this one unanswered.
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