A cure for cancer?
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Sheep

Salyersville, KY

#1 Feb 22, 2009
My guess is that there has been a known cure for cancer for many years now. However, the ruling elite will never allow it to be used. This not a conspiracy theory. It is an apparent fact if you just look at the situation of the world and the consequenses that would unfold if cancer were cured.
Hmm

Staffordsville, KY

#2 Feb 23, 2009
Well, concidering how many people DO die of cancer, if they did release a cure, the population would be WAY too high.. The consequenses would be horrible. My grandfrather died of cancer, but.. I still don't think they should ever release a cure to the disease. Although, I think that addiction will be the disease take over the world, not cancer. Addiction causes people to kill, they get diseases, & they over-dose, so I REALLY believe that addiction will be the root cause to the end of the world. Just my opinion, No offence to anyone with cancer.. That's just simply my view.:)[that was a little off the topic, I know.]
Lori

Salyersville, KY

#3 Feb 23, 2009
Hmm wrote:
Well, concidering how many people DO die of cancer, if they did release a cure, the population would be WAY too high.. The consequenses would be horrible. My grandfrather died of cancer, but.. I still don't think they should ever release a cure to the disease. Although, I think that addiction will be the disease take over the world, not cancer. Addiction causes people to kill, they get diseases, & they over-dose, so I REALLY believe that addiction will be the root cause to the end of the world. Just my opinion, No offence to anyone with cancer.. That's just simply my view.:)[that was a little off the topic, I know.]
I am just dumbstruck by the words I have just read....You wrote, "I still don't believe they should ever release a cure to the disease" and then, "No offense to anyone with cancer"....I DARE YOU to travel to Tennessee and tell parents whose children are in St. Jude's DYING RIGHT NOW FROM CANCER those exact same words....I can GUARANTEE you wouldn't have the guts....Of all the things I have seen on here, this has to be the stupidest statements ever...THAT'S just simply MY view!
Hmm

Staffordsville, KY

#4 Feb 23, 2009
Well, Lori.. I really do respect your'e view, but I still stick with mine, I know God has a bigger plan then we do..

“SSDD”

Since: Feb 09

The Wild Streets of Jackson

#5 Feb 23, 2009
No Profit in a Cure...
tell it like it is

Sitka, KY

#6 Feb 23, 2009
When I read this, I couldn't help but respond, what I read from Hmm, sent chills down my spine! How the hell could anyone say that they don't think a cure for cancer should ever be released? You said you lost a grandfather to cancer, well so did I, along with several other family members. To see the pain in my grandfather's eyes as the cancer ate way on his body, was so sad and painful, I would have given anything to have seen a cure be available for him. Not to mention all those little, innocent children who become stricken down with cancer and go to the St.Jude hospital, what their parents would give if there were cures for their children. What you said, made me so disgusted, angry, and sick to my stomach that I just can't hardly stand it! Do you think its part of God's plan, that tons of innocent people and children die of cancer everyday, maybe it is or maybe its not, but I feel like if cures could be invented, that God would want people to have them, after all God is not a punishing God. Granted you are entitled to your opinion, but it sounds so selfish and stupid how could you not want people to live, the world will always be heavily populated that's beyond our control, so let there be a cure for cancer and let people live!!
Astonished

Salyersville, KY

#7 Feb 23, 2009
I sit here knowing that responding to anything on this website is one of the worst mistakes I will ever make,but the idiots and children on here have finally gotten to me.I happen to be a medical profesional,and oncology is my field.Scientists are working 24/7 trying to find a cure.Unfortunately although great progress has been made no complete cures have been discovered.This is mainly because every time someone gets cancer,no matter what type,it is an indiviual case.Cancer works at the cellular level,so no cancer or drug works on two different people the same way.For this reason ,chances are that an absolute cure will never be found,but you can rest assured that it has nothing to do with money or greed.Now as I know from reading previous comments on every subject posted on this site,people will come back with their stupid assesment of what I had to say,but no matter what this is my first and last post.I sit here feeling like an idiot for taking part to begin with.
Interesting

Avon, IN

#8 Feb 23, 2009
Taking garbage out of an exam room does not qualify as "being a professional in the Oncology field."

If individual and differing why do they give a prognosis, or is it a guesstimate based upon what criteria? If no two respond the same, why follow the same protocol?

I am curious as to what great progress has been made in cancer diagnosis and treatment.

It sounds like hmm has subscribed to the survival of the fittest club. Be aware of Karma, hmm.
You are absolutely right

West Liberty, KY

#9 Feb 23, 2009
Hmm wrote:
Well, concidering how many people DO die of cancer, if they did release a cure, the population would be WAY too high.. The consequenses would be horrible. My grandfrather died of cancer, but.. I still don't think they should ever release a cure to the disease. Although, I think that addiction will be the disease take over the world, not cancer. Addiction causes people to kill, they get diseases, & they over-dose, so I REALLY believe that addiction will be the root cause to the end of the world. Just my opinion, No offence to anyone with cancer.. That's just simply my view.:)[that was a little off the topic, I know.]
You are obviously a stupid bi**tch, hope you don't end up with cancer someday, you'll be begging for a cure then, won't ya, dumb hoe?
Fly On The Wall

Salyersville, KY

#10 Feb 23, 2009
Yes, we're all entitled to our opinions, views, whatever. Well, here is mine. I don't want any pity or anything like that. I just want "Hmm" to know what it is like to lose someone that means more than anything to you to cancer...

My mother died from lung cancer at the age of 43. I was 19. My son was born 4 years later. I didn't have her there to go through my pregnancy with me, she wasn't there in the delivery room when I had him. She wasn't there to watch me walk down the aisle when I got married. She wasn't there when I was feeling down and wanted just her. She wasn't there when my husband and her nephew were sent overseas. She wont be here when they comes home.

How could you say that you would not want a cure for cancer?? That's just sad. We're you there when your grandfather was dying? Did you stay with him day in and day out? Did you have to spoon feed him? Did you watch him suffer in pain as he SLOWLY died? Did he ever tell you that he would rather be dead than to have to live with the disease? Were you holding his hand when he took his last breath? Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining about taking care of her when she was sick. What I done for her was nothing compared to what she done for me in my life.

Put yourself in someones shoes that has lost someone they TRUELY love to cancer then maybe you would change your mind. I truely feel sorry that your grandfather had a grandchild like you that would WANT him to suffer. How can you love someone and want them to go through that and not be cured? You are a sad person.

Thats just my view, opinion, whatever....
Lori

Salyersville, KY

#11 Feb 23, 2009
Love you Fly! And we all miss her so, so much! H. still talks about her painting her fingernails, even when she was so sick... Someday there WILL be a cure for most cancers, maybe not all, but most....We'll keep having Relay For Life walk-a-thons.... donating to the American Cancer Society.....donating to St Jude's....It WILL happen and her death will not have been in vane!

Lori

Since: Dec 08

Prestonsburg, KY

#12 Feb 23, 2009
Sheep wrote:
My guess is that there has been a known cure for cancer for many years now. However, the ruling elite will never allow it to be used. This not a conspiracy theory. It is an apparent fact if you just look at the situation of the world and the consequenses that would unfold if cancer were cured.
You seem like one of those really paranoid people. You were the same one who thought 9/11 was a conspiracy, right? Do you also run around with tin-foil on your head so the government won't hear your thoughts?
This post was just down right insensitive. Think of all the people who've lost loved ones to cancer. They aren't just a statistic..
The Punisher

Salyersville, KY

#13 Feb 23, 2009
KellB wrote:
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You seem like one of those really paranoid people. You were the same one who thought 9/11 was a conspiracy, right? Do you also run around with tin-foil on your head so the government won't hear your thoughts?
This post was just down right insensitive. Think of all the people who've lost loved ones to cancer. They aren't just a statistic..
OMFG Kel just when I thought it was safe to take the armadillo shell off my head here comes Sheep again. Dude how much weed have you smoked today? And Hmm you are one f*cked up, insensitive, coldhearted idiot and you may need to cut yourself to see if you can feel it.
WatchIt

Louisa, KY

#14 Feb 23, 2009
Just had to throw my opinion out there for Fly. I LOVE YOU FLY!!! You've definately endured more hardships than most, and I have a hell of a lot of respect for you for that! Maybe those who don't want a cure for cancer, will someday have it themselves, and they will then see what it's like to die a slow, miserable death that no one should have to experience. Then they just might change their minds.

As for 9-11..I do agree with Sheep on that issue, and no I don't wear tin-foil hats. Lol

Since: Dec 08

Prestonsburg, KY

#15 Feb 23, 2009
WatchIt wrote:
Just had to throw my opinion out there for Fly. I LOVE YOU FLY!!! You've definately endured more hardships than most, and I have a hell of a lot of respect for you for that! Maybe those who don't want a cure for cancer, will someday have it themselves, and they will then see what it's like to die a slow, miserable death that no one should have to experience. Then they just might change their minds.
As for 9-11..I do agree with Sheep on that issue, and no I don't wear tin-foil hats. Lol
Ohhh whatever WatchIt- I saw you last week with your tinfoil hat :p hehehe

(totally kidding, of course)

I am a very skeptical person, I don't buy into a lot of conspiracy theories. Do I think our government has secrets, of course.
The Punisher

Salyersville, KY

#16 Feb 23, 2009
WatchIt wrote:
Just had to throw my opinion out there for Fly. I LOVE YOU FLY!!! You've definately endured more hardships than most, and I have a hell of a lot of respect for you for that! Maybe those who don't want a cure for cancer, will someday have it themselves, and they will then see what it's like to die a slow, miserable death that no one should have to experience. Then they just might change their minds.
As for 9-11..I do agree with Sheep on that issue, and no I don't wear tin-foil hats. Lol
Hey lets all make tin foil party hats and go to Sheeps house and get ahh... paranoid. Hehe...
WatchIt

Louisa, KY

#17 Feb 23, 2009
KellB wrote:
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Ohhh whatever WatchIt- I saw you last week with your tinfoil hat :p hehehe
(totally kidding, of course)
I am a very skeptical person, I don't buy into a lot of conspiracy theories. Do I think our government has secrets, of course.
Hehe..you weren't supposed to tell anyone Kell!! They'll put me in a straight jacket for sure now!
Glad to see you frequent Topix again!!

The 9-11 issue is the only one I agree with. Way to many facts suggesting it was our own gov't.- but I also don't expect my opinions to sway anyone else's opinion, nor do I want them to.

Too bad the rest of the crew isn't on tonight..
armadillo head

Salyersville, KY

#18 Feb 23, 2009
The Punisher wrote:
<quoted text>Hey lets all make tin foil party hats and go to Sheeps house and get ahh... paranoid. Hehe...
yea lets do that but armadillo shells are better for scrambling brainwave scans lmoa
The Punisher

Salyersville, KY

#19 Feb 23, 2009
armadillo head wrote:
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yea lets do that but armadillo shells are better for scrambling brainwave scans lmoa
Yeah I always wore tin foil until I watched that Dukes of Hazard movie.
owl

Salyersville, KY

#20 Feb 23, 2009
There is no cure for cancer! The reason is that there is a stream of new cancer causing chemicals that is introduced into our food and drinks. Let alone our environment. We should be thankful to God that we have the measures of technology to help the people that are saved each and every day. I grant you, not everyone can be saved from this dreaded disease. I have lost loved ones from different types of cancer. My vote is that there will never be a cure.

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