Was a Cure for Cancer Found?

Before starting the information on the subject in the title, let me ask you a question.

Let’s say you owned a company producing automobiles. You discovered a material and process that you could utilize to build a car that would be cheaper to build, lighter, get better mileage and the body of said vehicle would last virtually forever, with no worries about rust and corrosion. Would it be a good business decision to go into production with a vehicle that would not require a replacement for 15-20 years or more?

It probably would not.

Now, suppose you were a pharmaceutical corporation and had the best chemists and scientists employed in your laboratories who were involved in cancer research. They had been producing medicines that could mitigate cancer symptoms and the spread of it for a certain length of time. You began making a handsome (huge) profit on those medicines that gained widespread use.

What if those same researchers came up with a medicine to CURE cancer? Would you get that life saving medicine into trials and move it to the market in the most expeditious manner, or would the greedy side of you make you realize that you would lose the profits on all those other expensive medicines that were already in the pipeline. What if your own Mother or Father, or child had cancer? How would you keep those researchers quiet if you decided to go for the big money that would continue to roll in if you scrapped the life saving drug your team just developed?

Well, we may be about to find out the answers to these questions this year.

In the meantime, you might want to research the numbers of scientists involved in the pharmaceutical industry who met with their untimely demise in the last five years.       ~I’m sure it’s all just a coincidence.~

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10 Responses to Was a Cure for Cancer Found?

  1. We’ve had many breakthroughs in technology that that were intentionally shelved because there was no money in “success”.

    Think HHO for gas engines that produces only water as an exhaust and costs nothing to run or cures found in nature that are ignored, even criminalized, because a plant cannot be controlled or taxed.

    If people were to employ remedies for the sake of remedies, instead of for profit or personal gain, we’d have clean seas and clean air and water for all. Diseases would be history and none would be born crippled from genetic diseases.

    And if profit was set aside, we might even have settlements on Mars by now.

    But it’s NOT about finding cures or solutions, it’s about making the almighty dollar. Greed, my friends, is what runs this world and, until this is overcome, nothing will EVER be fixed.

    I know this is a fantastic observation but think, for just a second. If mankind were set loose to design and develop for its own sake, we’d be living a far different life today.

    I maintain “hope” for mankind even if mankind doesn’t have hope for itself. Someday, my friends. Someday!

  2. Shar says:

    Good post. I have thought that for some time. Look at the greed of big pharma.
    Look how fast a drug was made for eboli and drugs for aids. I read an article recently about BP reading chart changed to make normal readings high to sell more pills.
    It was tied with the drug company Merck.

  3. SafeSpace says:

    Re your first scenario: Porsche designed and planned to market a family sedan with a stainless steel body, back about 1960 if I recall correctly. They decided against it because the body would never rust, and thus new car sales would decline.

    Or, if you prefer: Watch the absolute classic 1951 British film, “The Man In The White Suit” starring Alec Guinness. This gem of a picture tells the tale of a fellow who invents a fabric that never gets dirty and never wears out. He finds himself on the run from both management and labor, and the outcome is a surprise. Methinks Jules Smith might particularly like this film, as it is classic Ealing Studios black & white production.

    • Hardnox says:

      More truth than fiction. In the 20’s, Alfred Wankel was enroute to London to file patents on his new engine. He never made it to the otherside of the English Channel. At the time, his new engine would have rendered piston engines obsolete.

      A similar event befell Alfred Diesel who invented the diesel engine about the same time…. or maybe it was the name Alfred that was fatal.

  4. SafeSpace says:

    IR: If scientists are mysteriously dying off, is the Clinton Foundation involved? Peculiar deaths of knowledgeable people …. smells like Arkancide.

  5. Uriel says:

    Timely topic IR! Actually there is a huge Pharmaceutical group here whose founder started the group because he had cancer. The tale goes that he swore for years he knew how to cure cancer. Then one day he died and the group went another way. Oddly ALL of his work also “disappeared” at his death. Strange things do happen. I can’t find out the truth it is all hushed but an interesting tale.

  6. Hardnox says:

    I.R., I don’t doubt this scenario one bit. We’re talking billions and billions here, worldwide.

  7. Wise Owl says:

    If those researchers who died from mysterious deaths were all working on the same project, it might be foul play. But, I don’t think a secret like that could be kept for long.

    Also, it was recently discovered that avoiding carbohydrates significantly slows most cancers to where chemotherapy quickly kills them entirely. And, cannabis is widely rumored to kill cancers, but only gliomas (a specific type of brain cancer) have been *proven* to be killed by cannabis. For anecdotal info, search for Rick Simpson.

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