There are many different types of cancer. There are treatments for some, preventive measures for one or two more and a great deal of research to find cures for what remains.
by Vince 10 months ago
Are there cures for diseases like cancer, diabetes, and aids?These are big money makers for the drug companies, do you feel they are with holding a cure to benefit from medicine costs.
by Cebosky 7 years ago
Let's discuss the various alternative cancer cures and how far they prove to effective in curing cancer. Or do they actually work? Let's begin.
by T.Y._Hudson 5 years ago
Do you think that doctors/scientists have found the cures for diseases and they aren't telling us?I just read that a place called NIAID, spent $1.541 billion on AIDS in 2009. More surprising, was that they had only spent 3% of that, on "finding a cure" research. I never hear about AIDS...
by Mikel G Roberts 6 years ago
Are Antineoplastons the cure to cancer?From Wiki:Antineoplaston (ANP), a word derived from neoplasm, is a name coined by Stanislaw Burzynski for a group of peptides, derivatives, and mixtures that he uses as an alternative cancer treatment. These compounds are not licensed as drugs but are instead...
by JenkinsSmith 5 years ago
There are almost as many different types of cancer as there are people. No two are alike, so not one treatment is going to work for all cases.
by True Cures 3 years ago
I constantly have people insisting to me and my hubpages followers that any person capable of curing any one of today's supposedly "incurable" diseases would be either wealthy and in very high demand or dead. Basically, the popular "belief" is if a person such as...
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