Why hasn't cure for cancer been found yet in 2015?

6 Answers

  • 6 years ago
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    Because there's too many different types of cancers. Lung cancer, breast, testicles, tumors, leukemia, etc

  • sade
    Lv 7
    6 years ago

    Dude, it's 2015 and we haven't cured aids yet. Just saying.

  • Cancers all originate with ONE THING ...a cellular mutation.

    All cellular mutations do not lead to cancer though.

    The cellular mutation can be from different places...

    and that's the difference. .

    The government would like very much to stop calling cancer, "cancer."

    That's why they drum it in our heads "it many diseases"...

    It just looks so terribly bad that cancer is the fastest growing disease in the USA...

    Heck, who knows, maybe people might start demanding tough regulations on giant corporations.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Because there is no money in a cure. Big pharmaceutical companies make more money keeping people sick , and selling sick people drugs that may or may not help them.

  • 6 years ago

    Because religion is always holding science back.

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