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A Cure for Cancer
« on: May 27, 2011, 06:29:30 PM »
http://www.sott.net/articles/show/228583-Scientists-cure-cancer-but-no-one-takes-notice

It sadly doesn't surprise me that this hasn't been circulating on the news... The Pharmaceutical companies can't continue to make extreme profit on cancer patients if we all learn about this, so they'll try to hush it up.

Please pass this around and/or research it and see if you can find more articles. I'd rather save people than see a few people's bank accounts grow
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2011, 06:37:37 PM »
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Pharmaceutical companies are not investing in this research because DCA method cannot be patented, without a patent they can't make money, like they are doing now with their AIDS Patent
should i be sad, or should i be pissed off? People are dropping like flies due to these diseases. Some totally healthy kid that has a whole future ahead of him, now suddenly he got cancer and he has to go thru chemo and probably die in a few years. These mofos just sit there with thumbs in their asses, smoking dollar bills, waiting for the next opportunity to make money.
I mean im a patriot, i believe in democracy and the american dream and that kind of shit, but to be honest sometimes i want to put one into capitalism's face

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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #2 on: May 27, 2011, 06:41:41 PM »
It's all the government I tell ya!
They put cancer cells in our food, this allows them to collect money from organizations that claim they are working towards a cure (Which has probably already been made a long time ago).
Along with the monetary gain, the cancer can kill many people before they are 65. If you're dead before you're 65, the government doesn't have to pay you retirement benefits.
It all comes down to money really...

Is it bad I just thought of all of this and it kinda makes sense?
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #3 on: May 27, 2011, 07:14:41 PM »
It's all the government I tell ya!
They put cancer cells in our food, this allows them to collect money from organizations that claim they are working towards a cure (Which has probably already been made a long time ago).
Along with the monetary gain, the cancer can kill many people before they are 65. If you're dead before you're 65, the government doesn't have to pay you retirement benefits.
It all comes down to money really...

Is it bad I just thought of all of this and it kinda makes sense?
Kinda speechless.
Yeah I could see most of that being true. Almost everything around us is a carcinogen - even fluoride. It's sad that you always hear of "cures" that get a 3 minutes special on the news, but are never heard of again. This one is a definite cure that we know the side effects for already, and it's not even going to be mentioned.

Population control too? Ya never know
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #4 on: May 28, 2011, 12:03:41 AM »
should i be sad, or should i be pissed off? People are dropping like flies due to these diseases. Some totally healthy kid that has a whole future ahead of him, now suddenly he got cancer and he has to go thru chemo and probably die in a few years. These mofos just sit there with thumbs in their asses, smoking dollar bills, waiting for the next opportunity to make money.
I mean im a patriot, i believe in democracy and the american dream and that kind of shit, but to be honest sometimes i want to put one into capitalism's face
Sorry, but take a look at the world now and throughout history and tell me that greed doesn't exist in all other forms of government. That is a typical response, but the truth is that capitalism is just a neutral system. It's the people involved that can cause problems, as with dictatorship, socialism, communism, etc. The solution is to increase and enforce standards. Just blaming capitalism is a scapegoat, imo, and lets the real problem continue, unchecked.
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #5 on: May 28, 2011, 07:34:04 AM »
Population control too? Ya never know
Very likely, instead of looking like tyrants and limiting the babies we can have... they just kill them
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #6 on: May 28, 2011, 08:35:54 AM »
Cure for cancer? Get ready for a zombie apocalypse  ;)

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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #7 on: May 28, 2011, 11:23:08 AM »
this really makes me mad. my little brother went through cancer, is all tore up from chemo, and it sickens me to see that if some one were to have cancer the fricken doctors or whatever wont let them be cured over the counter.
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #8 on: May 28, 2011, 12:18:59 PM »
this really makes me mad. my little brother went through cancer, is all tore up from chemo, and it sickens me to see that if some one were to have cancer the fricken doctors or whatever wont let them be cured over the counter.
Yeah I know how you feel. I remember back in 6th grade hearing about this doctor who had figured out that by using electric shock treatment, you could kill cancer cells. She found that they can take way less than the non-cancerous cell, and consequently this would rid you of cancer in a few short weeks. I never heard about her after that though. Then a year ago a guy who made nanobots that would seek out cancer cells, and then you could heat them with radio waves (totally harmless to the human) and the nanobots would literally burn the cancer cells into oblivion.

I'm sure there have been countless more stories about it too...
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #9 on: May 30, 2011, 08:58:01 AM »
Yo, this is legit? Is it expensive? Or what? Why won't they like promote this or whatever on NBC or CNN?
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Re: A Cure for Cancer
« Reply #10 on: May 30, 2011, 09:32:58 AM »
I did some research. This is a legitimate treatment for cancer, and shows promise for treatment in a variety of individuals. It has been reported in scientific journals and is out there in the scientific and public world. Pharmaceutical companies may not provide funding, but other organizations (charities, government programs) could provide funding.

The problem is that prolonged use of this anticancer drug, ironically, causes liver cancer and liver failure. People taking doses of this drug without approved clinical methods and supervision from their doctor soon find themselves with both regular cancer and liver failure. It is also a neurotoxin that damages sensory motor skills for prolonged periods of time in variable doses.

There, so far, is no "miracle drug" for the curing of cancer. However, this looks like it could be a cheaper, more reliable, and less damaging treatment than chemotherapy.



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