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Do you think that cancer is good business for physicians and clinics?

I mean: Is research intentionally slowed down or even sidetracked to justify expensive treatment. In other words: Does the medical profession gets fatter through expensive, barely useful treatments?

Asked By: Tesseract <g)))g>< - 11/12/2006
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You are totally correct. It is a total medical deception, and all of America has been completely duped. The FDA, pharmaceuticals and oncology "business" and “industry” want to prop up cancer as their main "cash cow". In other words, they have utterly no intention of pursuing a true cure for cancer. Why should they... More
Answered By: Jon Seisa - 11/12/2006
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yes
Answered By: drgoodhi - 11/12/2006
 
check you bank book and yours and see who has the most in it. my opion?
Answered By: the_silverfoxx - 11/12/2006
 
I have always believed that the mainstream medical industry is not interested in finding a cure for cancer because it makes too much profit with its present barbarous methods... More
Answered By: David W - 11/12/2006
 
I don't think so... More
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Answered By: solanacea - 11/12/2006
 
Cancer seems to be good fat bloated business for everyone including the alternative and complementary health industry, holistic and naturapath practitioners. Anyone can get fat off the cancer business. It's fantastic business for those who advertise and promote cancer 'cures' too by selling books or offering... More
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Answered By: Panda - 11/12/2006
 
I agree 100% with jon siesa! Billions and billions of dollars have been spent on cancer research and still no cure and there never will be... More
Answered By: multipure417278 - 11/13/2006
 
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