A group of Israeli scientists say a cure for cancer is within reach, even optimistically predicting that it will be found within a year. Possible or probably false.
I have been hearing for years and years how we’re on the “verge” of a cure for cancer and diabetes. Have yet to see either one.
Scientists have achieved enormous advances. Each year treatments are getting better. A lot of people that would have died a few years back, now survive thanks to new treatments. Hopefully, we will have the cure soon.
Possible yes, but it won't be available to just anyone or anywhere. You will only see the rich using it, and countrys where the government doesn't control the medical feild
It says it will have a much lower cost than most other treatments on the market.
Possible yes, likely, no.
The eastern doctor I went to cured cancer with no chemotherapy, no radiation, and no surgery. He had him 100% cure rate. He stated the cancer cure have been around 200 years. The inventor of the secure had other tourist his credit.
Both possible and probably false.
Possible, but they might be bought off by big medical to shut it down. Too much money stands to be lost by a simple cure.
Unlike their Arab🤥neighbors, what Israelis say, is usually true🤨❗️
@MrMilkDud have you heard about this?
Yeah-I posted a poll about it a while ago
Show of Hands: Israeli scientists have developed a new cancer treatment that completely eliminates tumors in 73% of bit.ly/2EBKZBm
i fucking hope so!!!!!
Anything is possible...
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Unless it’s death, I don’t think so.
Always have an abundance of hope on hand.....
The article says that it’ll still be at least a few years and it’ll only be applicable to specific cases
“We believe we will offer in a year's time a complete cure for cancer,"
“The company will soon begin clinical trials that could be completed within "a few years" and would make the treatment available in specific cases”
I think a cure was found long again. This is soft disclosure since they can’t come out and say they’ve had it.
Who knows? I went with the hopeful response.