There is allready cures for many cancers but the FDA and AMA don't make money on cures. To them cancer is a big money maker, they don't want to cure it they want to manage it. If you get cured of cancer thats a one time thing but if they can keep you coming back for treatment after treatment they make millions if not billions. Also the cancer treatments they claim as a cure have such terrable side efects that they are worse than the cancer itself. How does it make sence to use treatments to cure cancer that make life unbarable and at the same time the treatments cause people to develope more and worse cancers 2 or 5 years down the road? I see advertisments on tv where they want people to go to their cancer centers like this is where you will be cured and the only place there is hope for them and they have someone on there thats suposed to be a cancer surviver saying how the center gave them hope and realy helped them then in realy small letters you can barely see it says (these resuts are not typical and you should not exspect to be cured) Everything that they do causes more problems so they can make more money and they don't care because it's not them or their family members their doing it to. Any real cure is supressed or only parcialy aplied to keep you coming back again and again because the only thing that realy maters to them is the $$$$$$$$.
If it cures cancer then yes,everyone is going to die eventually anyway.
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Yes. The odds of some dying of cancer are too great not to release a possible cure.
Depends, can I patent it?
That is not a cure.
If I did, I would make sure the risk of death was VERY publicly known. I would also submit the cure to various universities for scientific research to see if they could find ways around the side effects.
Yes, if there was no treatment with a higher success rate, the cancer would soon be fatal anyway and the patient knew the deal and was happy to proceed. The later stages of many cancers are far from pleasant, so even if it killed them some patients would probably see that as a good thing.
Very likely you would only be releasing it in third world countries. Government authorities in the West would prohibit its use.
I'm guessing at 50% it's not fully developed yet... Time to go back to the drawing board!
But there's a balance that has to be achieved. You might be able to cut the mortality rate in half by changing the drug so it's only slightly less effective.
Never mind me, the FDA wouldn't
yes but only to terminal cancer patients.